APM Corporate Accreditation webinar 02.04.2014

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APM Corporate Accreditation webinar 02.04.2014

  1. 1. Mary-Jane Boughton Membership Development Manager APM Corporate Accreditation
  2. 2. Topics to be covered  What is Corporate accreditation?  Application process  Benefits of Corporate accreditation
  3. 3. Corporate Accreditation
  4. 4. The core components A framework or methodology which defines the processes and practices for an individual or a community A competence framework to map levels of knowledge and experience at appropriate levels Qualifications to provide developmental opportunities and recognition of competence at appropriate levels A continuing professional development scheme that broadens horizons and builds understanding through sharing of good practice Recognition that true professionals should be accountable for their actions and adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct
  5. 5. Application process  Registration of interest  Membership Development Manager assigned  Completion of application form  External assessment  Assessment decision  Annual review
  6. 6. Benefits  Helps to retain and attract the best project managers  Key stakeholders know – right people, right level of competency  APM logo  Case study  Assessor report
  7. 7. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 7 Network Rail’s P3M development journey Toby Robins – P3M discipline manager
  8. 8. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 8 Content ► Introduction ► Context ► P3M development programme – people ► APM assessment: • Breadth • Depth • Achievement • Commitment • Accountability ► Why accreditation is important to Network Rail ► Questions
  9. 9. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 9 Introduction ► Toby Robins MAPM ► Network Rail – Infrastructure Projects ► Discipline Manager – P3M ►Professional experience - change management
  10. 10. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 10 Context ► Network Rail deliver portfolios, programmes and projects ► Entering ‘control period 5’ – efficiency challenges ► Circa £4 billion CAPEX per year on infrastructure works ► Mature / embedded project delivery practices • High competence levels • GRIP (Governance for Rail Infrastructure Projects) lifecycle used by rail industry • World class systems ► Portfolios practices are less mature ► Matrix (discipline) management approach to developing people – 2009 ► Circa 2,500 P3M employees in Network Rail ► Devolution – 2012 ► P3M development programme (strategy agreed with Executive community) • People: APM accreditation (2013) • Process: P3M3 assessments (2014) • Systems: develop programme and portfolio
  11. 11. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 11 ► Pan Infrastructure Projects senior leadership group ► APM assessment (5 dimensions or professionalism): • Breadth • Depth • Achievement • Commitment • Accountability P3M development programme – people
  12. 12. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 12 Supporting breadth Sharepoint includes: ► APM’s Body of Knowledge (version 6) ► Other publications ► The PM Channel learning management system
  13. 13. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 13 Supporting depth ► Competence framework ► APM’s technical competences ► Internal competences (safety, environmental, collaborative working and quality) ► Annual assessment
  14. 14. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 14 Supporting achievement
  15. 15. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 15 Supporting commitment Community SharePoint Site PM Channel CPD Events Webinars
  16. 16. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 16 Supporting accountability ► Corporate membership of APM since 1994 ► Supportive policy for individual professional subscription
  17. 17. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 17 Why accreditation is important to Network Rail ► Network Rail is constantly evolving – provides assurance to our people that their professional development is consistent with good practice ► Efficiency challenges – enables us to assure key funders that we are developing our people to deliver the requirements ► We work with a number of suppliers – it helps us to demonstrate the level of professionalism we aspire to and expect
  18. 18. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 18 Next stage of the journey People: ► Increase level of individual memberships ► Individuals own their development – training & development framework ► Core level of Registered Project Professionals ► Capability modelling – targeted developments and science behind the demand ► Internal webinars Process ► Programme and portfolio lifecycles ► Business improvements from P3M3 (portfolio, programme and project management maturity modelling)
  19. 19. / Presentation Title: View > Header & Footer 8-Apr-14 19
  20. 20. Next steps  Recording of this presentation will be available on YouTube by Friday – a link and survey will be sent out.  Further information: mary-jane.boughton@apm.org.uk  Thank you for your time

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