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10 May 2021 | 5:00 Amin Saidoun
Welcome to IPMA Hackdays 2021!

 As in 2020, the IPMA 9th research conference 2021 addressing “Project Leadership and Society” that will take place between June 10 and 11 (see also the program on our website: http://www.ipma-research-conference.world/programme/) is starting with IPMA Hackdays. IPMA Hackdays will start with an online tool Slack for which participants will be sent the link. This is a […]

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10 March 2021 | 11:00 Amin Saidoun
IBM and IPMA have signed a co-operation agreement to provide content in the field of project management for the Skills-build programme

The co-operation between large multi-national co-operations and non-profit organisations is a vast and interesting topic for both researchers and practitioners. The benefits such a co-operation can provide are numerous. As underlined by some authors*, non-profit organizations (NPOs) confront competitive pressures derived from complex economic and societal challenges.  In their article, the authors underline that NPOs […]

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03 November 2020 | 2:00 Amin Saidoun
3rd Pan-African Project Management Conference – 28th to 30th October 2020, in Yaoundé/Cameroon: How to organize projects successfully in Africa

Around 300 delegates attended the 3rd Pan-African project management conference that took place from 28th to 30th of October in Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon. It is one of the largest conferences on project management in Africa with 420 delegates from over 20 countries and it takes place every second year with IPMA attendance. The […]

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03 March 2020 | 9:00 Amin Saidoun
Promoting Algerian Project Management Association, member of IPMA IPMA at the Young Crew Day at the University of Algiers/Bab Ezzouar on 02 March 2020

The Young Crew Day in Algiers organized by Algerian Project Management Association, member of IPMA was the occasion to promote project management culture in Algiers, the capital of the largest African country. IPMA was invited to attend the event on 2 March 2020 which took place in the House of Sciences of the University Houari […]

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25 November 2019 | 9:00 Amin Saidoun
Project Management in Cameroon

Republic of Cameroon (French: République du Cameroun), is a country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Nigeria to the west and north; Chad to the northeast; the Central African Republic to the east; and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and the Republic of the Congo to the south. Cameroon’s coastline lies on the Bight of Biafra, […]

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13 November 2019 | 9:00 Amin Saidoun
A new important milestone for Moroccan Project Management Association

Morocco continues to be the most dynamic country in the Maghreb with close economic ties to Europe, the United States and Africa. Morocco’s population of 36 million people (of which 8 million live in Casablanca) is expected to grow up to 45 million in 2050. Among the present large infrastructure projects that can be quoted […]

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04 November 2019 | 8:00 Amin Saidoun
Addressing the legacy of generation “W” (wise), part 8

This blog article is part of a series of interviews of persons that have shaped the International Project Management Association during the past 50 years, by Amin Saidoun. Interview with Mr Gilles Caupin, Honorary Fellow of IPMA, co-founder of AFITEP, Association Française de Management de Projet and SMAP, Société de Management de Projets based in Paris. […]

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19 September 2019 | 8:00 Amin Saidoun
Addressing the legacy of generation “W” (wise), part 7

This blog article is part of a series of interviews of persons that have shaped the International Project Management Association during the past 50 years, by Amin Saidoun. Interview with Ms. Mary McKinlay, Honorary Fellow of IPMA and APM, former Vice-President of IPMA, Board member and Chair of Association for project Management in the UK. […]

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06 September 2019 | 9:00 Amin Saidoun
Addressing the legacy of generation “W” (wise), part 6

This blog article is part of a series of interviews of persons that have shaped the International Project Management Association during the past 50 years, by Amin Saidoun. Interview with Professor Quian Fupei, past Vice-President of IPMA, past President of Project Management Research Committee of China (PMRC) and Honorary Fellow of IPMA. Professor Quian Fupei, […]

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26 August 2019 | 9:00 Amin Saidoun
Addressing the legacy of generation “W” (wise), part 5

This blog article is part of a series of interviews of persons that have shaped the International Project Management Association during the past 50 years, by Amin Saidoun. Interview with Mr. Yuri Kogan, Professor of the Tecnologico de Costa Rica, visiting professor of the INCAE Business School, of the ICAP in Central America, of the UNITEC of […]

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