Project Management Update from Brussels


Linkedin Publication Series; T-Systems Community Conference; PMDays Bulgaria; PMI Belgium PMFair; Entrepreneurship in Brussels; Project Management Tackling Youth Unemployment

By Kamil Mroz

Managing Director
European Centre for Project Excellence SCS

Brussels, Belgium

Happy Holidays & All the Best in 2016!

As we are approaching the end of the year and the holiday season, it is worth reflecting on our personal, professional and project management goals that we have achieved – but please take a break from milestones, deliverables and try to spend some time with the ones you love – friends & family.

I hope that the Belgium PM Report has been useful for you and that in 2016 we continue a fruitful collaboration while bringing our profession to new heights. I would like to wish you all the best in 2016 and Happy Holidays!

Linkedin Publication Series – Change.Challenge.Opportunity

As you know, I try to share my opinion on Project Management through a Linkedin Series, in parallel to my monthly reports. This month’s article focuses on Change.Challenge.Opportunity in the field of Project Management, which were the theme of PMDays in Bulgaria and the importance of adapting to change in Project Management, while finding the opportunities in the challenges for both young and old project managers. Check out the following link: http://linkd.in/1IlFItI






T-Systems Community Conference (November 2015)

I had the privilege to be a speaker at the PM Community Conference for T-Systems, where I met a young & enthusiastic team of Project Managers. I spoke on the importance of inter-generational cooperation in Project Management and in addition, I organized a workshop using the Project Management Canvas and how to organize a project in the non-for-profit world!


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About the Author

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Brussels, Belgium


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Kamil Mroz
(PRINCE2 Practitioner, LSS Black Belt) is the Managing Director of the European Centre for Project Excellence SCS in Belgium.

Kamil graduated from the University of Ottawa with a double Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry, later completing a Masters of Arts in International Relations at the Brussels School of International Studies (University of Kent), where he also served as the President of the Graduates’ Student Union. In 2013, he received the IPMA Young Project Manager of the Year and in 2014 he was awarded the Young Alumni of the Year by the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Ottawa. In addition, he is frequently invited as a keynote speaker on leadership, entrepreneurship, community development, project management and youth empowerment. He enjoys contributing to articles and publications in sharing his experience in project management, and in 2014 was invited to write the forward to Peter Taylor’s (award winning author) book entitled “Real Project Management”.

Kamil was invited twice as ‘Leader of Tomorrow’ to the St. Gallens’ Symposium, received a Coin of Excellence from the Canadian Chief of Defence Staff and is currently the President of JCI ‘The Heart of Europe’, which aims to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. He is also known to have conceptualized and led two successful international projects as a volunteer Project Manager (Quo Vadis Leadership Conference and Your Future).

Kamil can be contacted at [email protected]