Developing the InternationalProgram/Project Management        Community            PMI and the Global AEPS Initiative     ...
#1 The Growth in PM?                                                    World Gross Fixed Capital Formation               ...
A Projectized World                           • 20% of gross global product –                                US $12 trilli...
#2 DemographicsRetirement-Age Populations in Major Countries (%)         UN Population Division, World Population Prospect...
Skills Gap in Projectized Industries 2006: 24.4 million project-oriented  employees in projectized industries in 2006 20...
Growth of Training Programs Via Registered Education Providers Via Executive Development Centers Via Corporate Colleges...
Growth of Academic Programs1994 Primarily construction management degrees 2 Bachelor and 9 Master level PM degrees2008 G...
Questions to Explore Where is the priority for development of PMs, at  the collegiate or industry level? How can industr...
NASA PM Challenge 2010           Developing the International           Program/Project Management           Community    ...
PURPOSE OF ESA / ACTIVITIES  “To provide for and promote, for exclusively                                         Space s...
ESA FACTS AND FIGURES Over 30 years of experience 18 Member States 2080 staff, thereof 880 in Program Directorates, 790...
ESA Locations                                                                     EAC                                     ...
ESA Science Missions in the Solar SystemSoho                    LisaPF                     XMM Integral       Solar       ...
Europe’s increasing Role in Earth       Observation  1990                          2000                        2004       ...
Program/Project Management in ESA  Number of ESA staff: 2080, thereof 880 in Program Directorates, 790 in  Operations and ...
Program/Project Management in ESA                                                          Program Manager                ...
Program/Project Management in ESA  Project Management Courses Basic knowledge on project management for technical officers...
Program/Project Management in ESA Management Development Program Module 1: Understanding Self (2 days) the role of ESA peo...
Program/Project Management in ESA“Pool of potential”                     • Recruitment Marketing                          ...
For more information:               www.esa.intProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 ...
JAXA’s Program/Project Management    Organization and Activities         Presented to Project Management Challenge 2010 @H...
JAXA’s Organization                                                 President                   HQ functions              ...
ProgramsSpace Applications Program(Earth observation, Communication, Positioning etc.)           GOSAT         WINDSISS Pr...
The Chief Engineer Office                          - established in October 2005 -                                        ...
Ongoing Activities                  in the Chief Engineer OfficeI.   Research & Development         IV.   Knowledge Accumu...
Technology Research & Development Strategy                                            Long Term Vision                    ...
GOSAT Project Man-Power Analysis                             2003/11            2005/03        2005/12                    ...
St. Valentine’s Day Mail Delivery from Space Using KIZUNA  (WINDS) With Cutting-edge Technology "Cloud Computing"  1) Regi...
Academy of Program/Project & Engineering LeadershipAn agency-wide resource for technical workforce development            ...
Continuous Learning for the Technical Workforce                Individual                Team                 Organization...
4-Level Career Development FrameworkEXECUTIVE LEVEL                                                          LEARNING STRA...
Core Curriculum for the Technical WorkforceGuiding Principles:1.    Competency-based.2.    Focuses on building NASA-specif...
Direct Support to Engineering and Project TeamsAPPEL offers rapid deployment training at any point in the projectlife cycl...
Knowledge Sharing ActivitiesKnowledge sharing activities emphasize the vitalrole of stories in the effective exchange of k...
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  1. 1. Developing the InternationalProgram/Project Management Community PMI and the Global AEPS Initiative Dr. Edwin J. AndrewsPMI Director, Academic and Educational Programs & Services NASA PM Challenge 2010 10 February, 2010 Galveston, TX
  2. 2. #1 The Growth in PM? World Gross Fixed Capital Formation Source: Word Bank World Development Indicators Online Database 8.0 7.5Trillions of constant 2000 USD 7.0 6.5 6.0 5.5 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 1968 1972 1976 1980 1984 1988 1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 2
  3. 3. A Projectized World • 20% of gross global product – US $12 trillion per year* – spent on fixed capital projects worldwide • Trillions more in projects for IT, new product and service development, entertainment/IP, NGOs • Project, program, and portfolio management* Source: Managing Capital Projects for Competitive Advantage, McKinsey Quarterly, June 2008 3
  4. 4. #2 DemographicsRetirement-Age Populations in Major Countries (%) UN Population Division, World Population Prospects: 2004 40 35 30 EU 25 China India 20 Japan 15 USA Canada 10 5 0 1950 1970 1990 2010 2030 2050 4
  5. 5. Skills Gap in Projectized Industries 2006: 24.4 million project-oriented employees in projectized industries in 2006 2016: 32.6 million (31% of them new employees since 2006) Equates to 1.2 Million jobs annually 200 Billion of Global GDP at risk by 2016 5
  6. 6. Growth of Training Programs Via Registered Education Providers Via Executive Development Centers Via Corporate Colleges/Academies
  7. 7. Growth of Academic Programs1994 Primarily construction management degrees 2 Bachelor and 9 Master level PM degrees2008 Global Census (Business, Engineering, Architecture, Technical Institutes)• 3,348 institutions teaching 5,769 PM courses• 456 schools with 645 PM degrees• 206 schools with 276 certificate programmes BUT - 4,617 Schools with no PM 7
  8. 8. Questions to Explore Where is the priority for development of PMs, at the collegiate or industry level? How can industry and governments cope with the increasing gap in supply-demand of PMs? Where should organized project management place It’s resources to best mitigate the gap?
  9. 9. NASA PM Challenge 2010 Developing the International Program/Project Management Community 9/10 February 2010 Dr. Bettina BöhmProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 1 Used with Permission
  10. 10. PURPOSE OF ESA / ACTIVITIES “To provide for and promote, for exclusively  Space science peaceful purposes, cooperation among  Human spaceflight European states in space research and  Exploration technology and their space applications.”  Earth observation  Launchers [Article 2 of ESA Convention]  Navigation ESA is one of the few space agencies  Telecommunications in the world to combine responsibility  Technology in all areas of space activity.  OperationsProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 2
  11. 11. ESA FACTS AND FIGURES Over 30 years of experience 18 Member States 2080 staff, thereof 880 in Program Directorates, 790 inOperations and Technical Support and 410 in other SupportDirectorates 3 500 million Euros budget Over 60 satellites designed and tested Over 60 satellites operated in-flight and 8 missions rescued 16 scientific satellites in operation Five types of launcher developed More than 180 launches madeProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 3
  12. 12. ESA Locations EAC (Cologne) Salmijaervi ESTEC Astronaut training (Noordwijk) Satellite technology development and testing Harwell ESOC ESA HQ (Darmstadt) (Paris) Brussels Satellite operations and ground system technology development ESAC(Villanueva de la Cañada Oberpfaffenhofen Space Astronomy Centre Toulouse ESRIN (Frascati) Earth Observation Centre Program & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 4
  13. 13. ESA Science Missions in the Solar SystemSoho LisaPF XMM Integral Solar Smart-1 Gaia Orbiter Cluster BepiColombo HuygensUlysses Venus Express Mars Express Rosetta ExoMars Giotto Herschel, PlanckProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 5
  14. 14. Europe’s increasing Role in Earth Observation 1990 2000 2004 2010 METEOSAT METEOSAT Second Generation MeteoM-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 MSG-1, -2, -3 in cooperation with EUMETSAT METOP-1, -2, -3 Cryosat 2 (Polar Ice Monitoring) Science (Gravity and Ocean GOCE Circulation Explorer) to better understand Earth SMOS (Soil moisture) the Earth Explorers ADM/Aeolus (global wind profiles) EarthCARE (clouds, aerosols) SWARM (Earth’s magnetic field) ERS-1, -2 ENVISAT Applications ESA Sentinels satellites Services + to initiate long term GMES National missions (Pleiades, monitoring systems TerraSAR, Cosmo-Skymed,..) and servicesThird-Party Missions: European access to non-ESA missions Program & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 6 European ALOS, SPOT-4, Landsat, MODIS, SeaWifs, Scisat ... users
  15. 15. Program/Project Management in ESA Number of ESA staff: 2080, thereof 880 in Program Directorates, 790 in Operations and Technical Support and 410 in other Support Directorates Number of ESA Program Managers end 2009: 14 Number of ESA Project Managers end 2009: 43 VNs for Program/Project Managers in 2008/2009: 24 Thereof filled internally: 23 ESA program and project managers are usually recruited internally. They grow into their roles:Project team Payload manager Project Programmember Manager Manager System managerSupport staff Department Spacecraft operation manager Head PA/QA staff Program & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 7
  16. 16. Program/Project Management in ESA Program Manager SelectionIdentify the potential Trainingto become Lessons learnedproject/programmanager Project Manager SelectionClose the gap betweencurrent competencies Trainingand competencies Payload managerneeded System manager Spacecraft operation managerExchange lessons PA/QA stafflearned Selection Training Project team members Support staff Ensure sufficiently large “pool of potential” Program & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 8
  17. 17. Program/Project Management in ESA Project Management Courses Basic knowledge on project management for technical officers, study managers, (new) managers of small projects. Courses based on those certified by the Association for Project Management (UK) and customised for ESA. Project Management Principles: Level 1 (4 days) Tools and techniques Project Management Principles: Level 2 (4 days) Communication and people management in projectsProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 9
  18. 18. Program/Project Management in ESA Management Development Program Module 1: Understanding Self (2 days) the role of ESA people manager, objective and priority setting, MBTI, coaching, peer support networks Module 2: Understanding Others (2 days) 360 degree feedback, stakeholder analysis, Thomas Kilmann tool on assertiveness, coachingModule 3: Managing Performance (2 days)Beck performance analysis tool, situational leadership, setting smart objectives,understand reactions to stress, giving effective feedback, managing workload, managingexpectations Module 4: Managing Diversity (1 day) Understanding cultural values, cultural intelligence, mental programming, Schwartz Personal Value Survey, dealing with conflicts in diverse teams, communicationProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 10
  19. 19. Program/Project Management in ESA“Pool of potential” • Recruitment Marketing • Quality of applications • Young Graduate Program • Nationality constraints • on the job • training on negotiationTraining skills • role models / mentoring • how to train for acting in • Management Development a “political environment” Program / Leadership Program • opportunities to moveSelection • good knowledge of between programs / internal candidates projects? • Training for interview • sufficient evaluation of boards soft skills?Lessons learned •Lessons learned system • Extension of lessons in technical support learned system across the Directorate / Operations Agency Program & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 11
  20. 20. For more information: www.esa.intProgram & Project Manager Career at ESA | Bettina Böhm | ESA/HQ | 23/11/09 | Page 12
  21. 21. JAXA’s Program/Project Management Organization and Activities Presented to Project Management Challenge 2010 @Houston Feb.10,2010 Takashi HAMAZAKI -Chief Engineer -Director, Space Applications Program Systems Engineering Office, -Director, Program Management and Integration Dept., Space Applications Mission Directorate, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) hamazaki.takashi@jaxa.jp 1
  22. 22. JAXA’s Organization President HQ functions Vice-President HQ functions Chief Engineer Office Policy Coordination S&MA Admin. Management Space Space Human Space Lunar & Inst. of Space Aviation Aerospace Transportation Applications Systems and Planetary & Astro. Program Research Mission Utilization Exploration Science IGS Group Mission and Directorate Mission Group Directorate Group Development Directorate DirectorateSystems Engineering Office Projects Projects Projects
  23. 23. ProgramsSpace Applications Program(Earth observation, Communication, Positioning etc.) GOSAT WINDSISS Program(ISS, Manned Space Activity & Utilization etc.) JEM Space Science ASTRO-F(Astronomy, Solar/Planetary Research etc.)Space Flight & Operations(Transportation, Launch Facility, Tracking etc.)Aerospace Technology SOLAR-B SSTAviation Program SELENELunar & Planetary Exploration ProgramReliability Improvement ProgramInternational Cooperation (stress on Collaboration with Private and AcademicCooperation with Asian countries) SectorsGraduate Students Education / Training Spin-off
  24. 24. The Chief Engineer Office - established in October 2005 - PresidentHQs 本部 本部 Directrates Senior Chief Engineer チーフエンジニア Chief Engineers チーフエンジニア Director, SE Office プロジェクト Project Teams One プロジェクト Independent Review Teams person Systems (Systems Engineers) Engineers in One Project Teams Program SE Office person Systems Engineering Office Chief Engineer Office
  25. 25. Ongoing Activities in the Chief Engineer OfficeI. Research & Development IV. Knowledge Accumulation and Strategy Effective Use 1. Technology Roadmap 1. TRL 2. Effective Resource 2. Know-Who Database Investment to R&D 3. Process to Accumulate and Use the KnowledgeII. SE/PM Process 1. SE process guidelines V. Front Loading 2. PM process regulations 1. Next Generation MDC (Mission Design Center)III. Check & Balance for Projects 2. Early Study 1. Project Oversight Council 2. Independent Review VI. Engineer Training Teams 1. Human Resource 3. Risk & Cost Review by the Development Chief Engineer Office 2. SE/PM Training
  26. 26. Technology Research & Development Strategy Long Term Vision Mission Roadmap R & D management committee Program Technology Roadmap Investment Mission Space Space Trans- Of funds implementation Spacecraft Science Exploration portation Manned Common Project system Aeronautics Tech. IT Participation in Investment Research SE Development Of funds output ・Organizational @laboratory Cooperation ・Staff exchange Basic & AdvancedDiscipline Research Front loading for Participation inEngineering(DE) Development Development Germinal Research Basic & Germinal • SE skill is necessary in DE Research Funds outside Program Discipline oriented System oriented
  27. 27. GOSAT Project Man-Power Analysis 2003/11 2005/03 2005/12 2007/08 2008/12 2009/01 800 Conceptual Study Preliminary Basic Design Detailed Design Sus.Design Ops 700 Others Launch Ops Ops. 600 その他 Test 運用 人×件) 500 試験 Fab Rqmnt,Spec 製作 のべ参加者数( Design 400 設計 要求・仕様設定 プロジェ ト ク 管理 300 Management. 200Man*Event 100 0 年度-四半期 Fiscal Year-Quarter
  28. 28. St. Valentine’s Day Mail Delivery from Space Using KIZUNA (WINDS) With Cutting-edge Technology "Cloud Computing" 1) Register mail address(es) of your loved one to whom you would like to send a love message by 9:00 am Feb. 12, 2010 (Japan Standard Time). 2) The content of the message is fixed in order to prevent spam. You can select your illustration card from the choices on the website. http://www.satnavi.jaxa.jp/mail_event/index_en.htmlWideband InterNetworking engineering test andDemonstration Satellite "KIZUNA" (WINDS) 8
  29. 29. Academy of Program/Project & Engineering LeadershipAn agency-wide resource for technical workforce development Dr. Ed Hoffman, Director February 2010 p.1
  30. 30. Continuous Learning for the Technical Workforce Individual Team OrganizationApproach Training curriculum Direct support to Knowledge sharing Hands-on assignments project teamsActivities • Core curriculum • Online assessments • Forums for project for 4 career levels • Workshops managers, systems • In-depth offerings • Mentoring and engineers, and in subject areas coaching principal investigators • Project HOPE: • Expert practitioners • Publications partnership with • and technical • Case studies SMD to provide lifecycle support • Communities of practice hands-on • Team building and opportunities process support • SELDP p.2
  31. 31. 4-Level Career Development FrameworkEXECUTIVE LEVEL LEARNING STRATEGIESPROGRAM OR VERY LARGE PROJECT MANAGERCore: Executive Program Cohort selected byMentoring; Administrator’s Executive Forum NASA senior leadersLeadership by example in knowledge sharingMID-CAREER Knowledge sharing forumsLARGE PM OR SYSTEMS MANAGER Knowledge sharing forumsCore: Advanced Project Management & Systems EngineeringMentoringIn-depth courses; rotational assignments Developmental assignmentsParticipation in knowledge sharing activitiesMID-CAREER Performance enhancement Performance enhancementSMALL PROJECT MANAGER OR SUBSYSTEM LEAD for teams for teamsCore: Project Management & Systems EngineeringIn-depth courses; team lead assignments; Project HOPEAttendance at technical conferences or knowledge sharing activities Non-traditional and hands-on learning experiencesENTRYPROJECT TEAM MEMBER OR TECHNICAL ENGINEERCore: Foundations of Aerospace at NASAObtain mentor APPEL core curriculumJoin professional associations p.3
  32. 32. Core Curriculum for the Technical WorkforceGuiding Principles:1. Competency-based.2. Focuses on building NASA-specific expertise and capability in project management and systems engineering and makes extensive use of NASA case studies.3. Intended to supplement an individual’s academic and professional work experience. F oundations of Aeros pace at NAS A P roject Management & S ys . E ngineeringLearning objective: to give participants a Learning objective: to enhance proficiency insolid understanding of the NASA applying project management (PM) andorganization and its principles of technical systems engineering (SE) processes andexcellence. practices over the project life cycle. Advanced P M & Advanced S E E xecutive P rogramLearning objective: to give experienced Learning objective: to develop a cadre ofpractitioners a deep understanding of the highly qualified NASA leaders for executivechallenges of leading and managing leadership roles. Participants selected basedprograms and projects in a complex and on recommendations of Center Directors anddynamic environment. Associate Administrators.  PMI Registered Provider of Professional Development Units p.4
  33. 33. Direct Support to Engineering and Project TeamsAPPEL offers rapid deployment training at any point in the projectlife cycle through one-on-one assistance, coaching, mentoring,focused workshops, or large-group sessions in the followingareas: currently supporting over 100 NASA• Team and Leadership Development engineering and• Requirements Development project teams• Planning and Scheduling• Program Control Analysis• Systems Integration Support Tools and Methods: • Baseline team and individual assessments• Risk Management • Team workshops• Software Management • Expert practitioners for technical support • Coaching and mentoring• Technical Review Support • Follow-up team and individual assessments p.5
  34. 34. Knowledge Sharing ActivitiesKnowledge sharing activities emphasize the vitalrole of stories in the effective exchange of knowledge. Training events Multimedia Publications and forums p.6

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