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Mladen Vukomanovic

In his every day job, Mladen works as Associate Professor at the University of Zagreb. He teaches Project Management and Construction Management at graduate and post-graduate courses. Holding a Ph.D. in Performance Management Systems in Project Environments, during the last ten years he published and presented on the global scene. His is particularly interested in: Performance management, Benchmarking, TQM, Strategic Management and Project Management Processes. He is the co-author of 4 books. Besides working for the university he is actively involved in IPMA. He has been member of the IPMA Council of Delegates (COD); he took part in IPMA Organizational Competence Baseline (OCB) and currently takes part in IPMA ICB/ICR 4.0 programme. He is a member of the IPMA President’s Advisory Group (PAG). Locally, he is the member of the Executive board of Croatian Association for Project Management (IPMA member).

PROJECT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH WORKSHOP FOR PH.D. STUDENTS, POST-DOC FELLOWS AND YOUNG RESEARCHERS

8 March 2017 IN Featured News Opinions BY

Call for submissions: The Project Management Research Workshop 2017 is a unique opportunity for the young researchers to present and discuss their research work in the context of an international conference and receive useful feedback for their further research. During the workshop, Prof. Dr. Martina Huemann (associate editor of the International Journal of Project Management)

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The complementarity of competence-based and process-based standards

17 September 2015 IN Uncategorized BY

The IPMA Individual Competence Baseline Version 4, or just ICB4, was designed to become the global competence-based standard for individual competences in project, programme, and portfolio management (3PM) environments. Maybe the biggest advantage yet is hidden and lies in its complementarity with the world’s renewed process-based PM standards. However, what is the difference between competence-

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The complementarity of competence-based and process-based standards

16 July 2015 IN Featured Know how BY

The IPMA Individual Competence Baseline Version 4, or ICB4, is designed as the global competence-based standard for individual competences in project, programme, and portfolio management (3PM) environments. Perhaps the biggest advantage lies in its complimentarity with the world’s process-based PM standards. However, what is the difference between competence-based and process-based standards anyway, and why is

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