Project management has been, is, and will stay in the future – the roles, tasks and tools and even methodologies will change and evolve, but project managers are one of the last professions to disappear because of the vast needed skill set needed to do the work professionally.
Project management can be applied in almost all industries and it is not just a set of technical tools but also a way of thinking.
sustainable project management is increasing in value and we believe that in the future, “mainstream” project management and sustainable project management will become one and the same.
The core qualities and competences of project managers and other key participants are: technical, leadership and behavioral, and contextual/strategic.
Without best practices and successful projects, there will be no economic prosperity of a nation. In other words, if you want the cells of your body to be stronger, you need to have nutrition and physical exercise. For a country, if you want the projects to be successful, you really need PM talents and favorite social environment.
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