Dhananjay Gokhale | Project Management Mentor
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Assessing PM Competencies – A Case!

Interactive Seminar: 90 min + Q&A (30 min)

Date : Saturday, 02nd April 2016 | Time : 05:30 pm to 07:30 pm
Venue : Damle Hall, Insearch Lane, Law college road, Erandwane, Pune - 411 004. | View road map

PM CompetencyIt is an act an insult if we grade an individual. An individual should never be graded into any grade of competency. Instead, one should grade competencies of an individual. So an individual exists at different grades of competencies. One who understands the subtle difference between this can only reap the benefit of competency assessment in term of individual and hence organizational growth.

You plan to hire a new project manager: how can you tell which candidate will perform best? You want to give some of your junior leaders, project management training: how can you tell which ones are most likely to succeed at project management? You are reviewing proposals from several vendors for a project that is critical to your company's future: how can you tell if their project manager is competent? One of your clients approaches you and request for a competent project manager to manage his complex project: do you have a pool of such people ready wherein you may state "select anyone of these, and s/he would certainly perform extremely well as a PM"?

A number of organizations try to define and document project manager competencies. Many factors like sound understanding of competencies, competency grades, facilitators' interviewing & inference skills, etc. play a very important role in such exercise. However, there is a much greater challenge of avoiding 'me too' mindset. The exercise must aim at bringing the best out of a project manager with honest efforts to help the pm successfully continuing the journey towards competency! The key is to go beyond mere processes and induce mapping exercise based on action oriented competency statements.

The seminar focuses on many important areas, with a back-up of case studies, like ...

Attendees can claim 2 PDUs

Fees:

Fees: INR 300 per entry pass. If you purchase 10 or more entry passes at one go then the you will pay @ INR 250/- per entry pass. Unused entry passes are endorsable and transferable to other person and other session in PML Satsang as well.

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Venue :

Damle Hall, Damle Building, Insearch Lane, Law college road, Erandwane, Pune, Maharashtra 411004. | View road map