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Project-based learning for a changing world of work – Part 3

24 May 2018

Project-based education and training approaches  The terms “education” and “training” are interrelated but represent two different concepts. “Education” is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as follows: “the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at school or university.” [Oxford 2018a] Therefore, it refers to learning in classrooms for acquiring knowledge. Education helps for developing

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Interview with Reinhard Wagner: People Outweighs Methods and Tools

23 May 2018

Journalist: Yu Yanjuan(Spring), Source: PMR Journalist’s Words:  For more than three decades, he has been dancing with projects and walking in pace with management. Having participated in the development of project, programme and portfolio management standards, he always stands in the frontier of project management and follows the footsteps of change. His footprints spread across

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Project-based learning for a changing world of work – Part 2

22 May 2018

Written by Dr. Jesus Martinez-Almela and Reinhard Wagner Which competences are needed for the people engaged in projects? That typically depends on the context, content and complexity of the particular project. Competence required can be divided into those needed for managing projects and those that are specific to the individual project type, content or context.

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