GPM German Association for project management brings new PM book on the Nuremberg market, April 21, 2009 from may available new project management book of the German Association for project management GPM. The title is: Kompetenzbasiertes project management (PM3): Handbook for project work, qualification and certification on the basis of the IPMA competence baseline version 3.0 “. The new book is 3.0 from May to the reference plant in preparation for certification according the new IPMA competence baseline version. The ICB 3.0 is the common basis of certification for the 45 national organizations of the IPMA International Project Management Association. According to the ICB 3.0 divided the book into the three types of competence: PM technical competence, PM behavior competence, PM context expertise and addressed three areas of application: the project work, the qualification of PM and PM certification. In short: PM3. With the support of the spm swiss project management association has the GPM with Kompetenzbasiertes project management (PM3) “the most comprehensive standard in the PM” set up.
Prof. Dr. Michael Gessler, Board qualification and certification of the GPM, and editor of the book: 80 experts and experts from four countries (Germany, of Switzerland, Austria and the United States) have team work this 2,700 pages strong work in 2 years written in. That’s an incredible performance. In total, we have 57 thematic articles, of which 52 are subdivided into a basic and a deepening chapter, so 109 posts with approx. 800 graphical representations. We have brought the most comprehensive textbook of the PM on the market. We want to support in project management in particular the continuous competence development.
If we succeeded, readers can judge from May onwards.” The book comprises four volumes and a booklet with table of contents, author profiles, as well as the Scriptures. The textbook for 228 is available in bookstores. Source Financial gathered all the information. GPM members receive the four volumes including booklet in the slipcase for 198. Orders over: PM3, there is also the 98 booklet of the new Reference book with table of contents, author profiles and index is available for download free of charge. GPM German Association for project management The GPM is the leading professional association for project management in Germany. With currently more than 4,800 members and 250 companies from all sectors of the economy, universities and public institutions, the GPM is the largest network of project management professionals on the European continent. The primary target of 1979 founded GPM is to promote the application of project management in Germany, to develop, to systematize, standardize and redistribute.