18.03.2024 Author: IPMA Awards

Project Excellence Assessment training successfully conducted in Munich

This weekend, the IPMA Awards team finished the second Project Excellence Assessment Training this year in Munich, Germany. Running from the 14th to the 16th of March, the intensive 3-day training provided participants with a comprehensive understanding of the IPMA Project Excellence Assessment, equipping them with valuable insights and skills applicable to their projects, programmes, or organizations.

The training was opened by Vladimir Obradovic, IPMA Vice President Finance and Operations. Seasoned Project Excellence Assessors and trainers Olena Sharovara from Ukraine and Michael Boxheimer from Germany expertly facilitated the training sessions.

The training agenda was carefully curated to cover essential topics, offering participants a rich learning experience through interactive sessions, discussions, and presentations. 

Key highlights included:

  • An introduction to IPMA and an overview of the procedures involved in the IPMA Global Awards.
  • In-depth exploration of the rationale and objectives behind the IPMA Project Excellence Baseline.
  • Detailed examination of the criteria, structure, and scoring system of the Project Excellence Model.
  • Clarification of the roles and responsibilities of assessors, judges, and award applicants.
  • A thorough analysis of the project assessment process, encompassing individual assessments, consensus building, site evaluations, and the formulation of Feedback Reports for applicant organizations.

Upon completion of the training, participants acquired:

  • A profound comprehension of the Project Excellence model, encompassing its assessment criteria, feedback mechanisms, and practical application within organizational contexts.
  • The capability to effectively deploy these acquired skills to cultivate project excellence within their respective organizations.
  • Eligibility to participate in the esteemed IPMA Global Project Excellence Awards, either as a contender or an assessor.

Furthermore, participants aiming to join the Assessor Pool must not only successfully pass the end-of-training test but also earn favourable recommendations from the trainers, reflecting their active engagement and performance throughout the training.

If you are willing to learn more about the topics above, the upcoming edition of the Project Excellence Assessment training is scheduled for March 25-27, 2024, in Cape Town, South Africa. Interested individuals can find further details about the training in South Africa HERE.

For any inquiries or clarifications, please feel free to reach out to us at award@ipma.world.


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