Video: Top 10 trends in project management: Learning on the job

The professional development of project and programme managers will increasingly focus on reality-based learning and on-the-job training, an approach certain organisations in Asia have taken for many years.

Learning through experience will be more the norm than the exception.

The professional development of project and programme managers will increasingly focus on reality-based learning and on-the-job training, an approach certain organisations in Asia have taken for many years. Learning providers will be required to send PMs back to the job from such sessions with the ability to immediately apply what they learned to their current projects. Even the many universities that offer project management degrees will face the challenge of making their courses and programmes relevant, practical and pragmatic based on participants' real projects. The lecture mode is dead and any training provider or university who ignores it does so at its peril.

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This was last published in June 2011

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