Competency models will be core to managing professional development and promotions for project managers
As project management gains greater acceptance as a discipline, the hiring, assignment, promotion and professional development of project and programme managers will be based on comprehensive competency models. In order for these models to be effective, they must be company-specific. Competency models illuminate the behaviors required for a project or programme manager to be successful and take on larger and more complex projects. Accordingly business unit heads and the enterprise project management office need to work shoulder-to-shoulder to identify and codify organisation-specific competencies, thereby building a framework for talent management success.
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