The Project Management Institute Japan currently has about 3,000 members. Actually, Japan has 28,000 PMI members. Globally, PMI has almost .5 million members. The PMIJ-International Committee exists to support PMIJ in International project management. Of the 28,000 PMI members residing in Japan 800 are non-Japanese.
Tweet Global Projects add complexity. Culture gaps are difficult to detect. When you think about it, how can we step outside of the mindset that we learned from our family, teachers and friends. The insidious nature of Language shaping our thoughts is a barrier setting expectations. Cultural Ambiguity For example if we think about the [...]
Use the Project Management Book of Knowledge to close the Cultural Gap and communicate clearly across cultures.
Learn about how Project Management Professionals perform world class project Management globally and earn Professional Development Units or PDU’s in Tokyo Japan.
Tweet How can we use Twitter in Project Management? First what is Twitter? It is “an application that allows users to send brief text updates of up to 140 characters”. So let’s step back and look at the first question and replace twitter for communicate. How to communicate in Project Management? We all know the [...]
The wicked problem of transferring knowledge across global project management cultures. A modest proposal
Today, we are undergoing extreme data overload. Steps by step how to contribute to Project Management by Writing Blogs and participating in Twitter and FriendFeed. Increase your influence on projects.
The PMBOK Guide Fourth Edition has been revised. There is one change that is critical. Scope.