Project Management in Spain – monthly report


By Alfonso Bucero

International Correspondent & Editorial Advisor

Madrid, Spain

Academic PMI GAC Forum in Barcelona on March

The professional insertion is a key discussion area in the business communities, academic and governamental. Furthermore PMI GAC is currently reviewing and finalizing their accreditation standards, particularly regarding Project Management Training results.

This Forum, that will happen on march 23rd 2014 in Barcelona, is the ideal place where interested professional meet to discuss basic competences that a Project manager needs to be successful. Dr. George Danielle, Associated Dean for Training and Education of Manchester University, United Kindom, will deliver the main speech to frame the discussion for the rest of the day.

The day will count on academic presentations, the European industry and government leaders; in addition it will count on a representative from the “European Tunning Project” presenting on the way in which the academic community is dealing with that relevan subject. The evening sesion will count on an interactive workshop where the attendees will be able to discuss and share their ideas and experiences related to the professional insertion and the training results.

It starts the optimism in the Construction Industry projects

We had the opportunity to interview the President of AEDIP (Asociación de Dirección Integrada de Proyectos), Mr. Jordi Seguró, from the Construction industry. He answered the following questions:

What is the trend in Construction Project Management for 2014?


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About the Author 

flag-spainalfonso-buceroAlfonso Bucero 

Contributing Editor

International Correspondent – Spain

Alfonso Bucero, MSc, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI Fellow, is an International Correspondent and Contributing Editor for the PM World Journal in Madrid, Spain. Mr. Bucero is also founder and Managing Partner of BUCERO PM Consulting.  Alfonso was the founder, sponsor and president of the PMI Barcelona Chapter until April 2005, and belongs to PMI’s LIAG (Leadership Institute Advisory Group).  He was the past President of the PMI Madrid Spain Chapter, and now nominated as a PMI EMEA Region 8 Component Mentor. Alfonso has a Computer Science Engineering degree from Universidad Politécnica in Madrid and is studying for his Ph.D. in Project Management. He has 29 years of practical experience and is actively engaged in advancing the PM profession in Spain and throughout Europe. He received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award on October 9th, 2010 and the PMI Fellow Award on October 22nd 2011.  Mr. Bucero can be contacted at [email protected].

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