Cecilia Boggi joins PM World Correspondents Network in Argentina


6 February 2013 – PM World has announced that Cecilia Boggi, PMP has been appointed an International Correspondent for the organization in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Ms. Boggi has been an active leader in the project management profession in Argentina for the last ten years and was winner of the Chapter Leader of the Year Award in 2012 from the Project Management Institute (PMI®).  She will report about professional developments in Argentina for the PM World Journal (PMWJ).

Cecilia BoggiCecilia Boggi, PMP is founder and Executive Director of activePMO, giving consulting services and training in Project Management and Leadership skills in Argentina and Latin America. After graduating with a degree in Computer Science Engineering from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, she has managed software development projects and PMO implementation projects for more than 20 years both in the government and private sector.

Cecilia also has also graduated from an Executive Program in Business Management at Universidad del CEMA. She holds the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential since 2003, is certified as SDI Facilitator from Personal Strengths© and is alumni of the PMI Leadership Institute Master Class 2012.

Ms. Boggi is Past President of the PMI Buenos Aires Argentina Chapter, and is a founding member of the PMI Nuevo Cuyo Chapter and PMI Santa Cruz Bolivia Chapter. She was honored by PMI in 2012 with a Distinguished Contribution Award and Chapter Leader of the Year Aware.  She has been designated by PMI in the role of Mentor of Region 13, Latin America South, for the years 2014-2016.  Cecilia has participated in the development of PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition, leading the Chapter 9, Human Resource Management, content team and she is professor of Project Management in some Universities and Institutes in Argentina, Chile, Peru and Bolivia.  She can be contacted at [email protected]  and www.activepmo.com.ar

According to Wikipedia, Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina, and the second-largest metropolitan area in South America, after Greater São Paulo. It is located on the western shore of the estuary of the Río de la Plata, on the southeastern coast of the South American continent. The Greater Buenos Aires conurbation, which also includes several Buenos AiresProvince districts, constitutes the third-largest conurbation in Latin America, with a population of around thirteen million. [1]

Buenos AiresThe city of Buenos Aires is not a part of Buenos AiresProvince, nor is it the Province’s capital, but an autonomous district. In 1880, after decades of political infighting, Buenos Aires was federalised and removed from Buenos AiresProvince. The city limits were enlarged to include the towns of Belgrano and Flores (both are currently neighborhoods of the city). A 1994 constitutional amendment granted the city autonomy, hence its formal name: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires (Autonomous City of Buenos Aires).

Buenos Aires is rated one of the 20 largest cities in the world. Along with São Paulo and Mexico City, it has been ranked as the most important global city and competitive marketplace of Latin America. Buenos Aires has a high quality of life, ranked 61st in the world and its per capita income is among the three highest in the region. It is the most visited city in South America (ahead of Rio de Janeiro) as well as the second most visited city across Latin America (behind Mexico City), and most important, largest and most populous of South American capitals.  Buenos Aires is a top tourist destination, and is known for its European style architecture and rich cultural life, with the highest concentration of theatres in the world. [1]

ArgentinaArgentina, officially the ArgentineRepublic, is a country in South America, bordered by Chile to the west and south, Bolivia and Paraguay to the north and Brazil and Uruguay to the northeast. Argentina claims sovereignty over part of Antarctica, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.

The country is a federation of 23 provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires, its capital and largest city. It is the eighth-largest country in the world by land area and the largest among Spanish-speaking nations. Argentina is a founding member of the United Nations, Mercosur, the Union of South American Nations, the Organization of Ibero-American States, the World Bank Group and the World Trade Organization, and is one of the G-15 and G-20 major economies.

Argentina is Latin America’s third-largest economy, with a “very high” rating on the Human development index. Within Latin America, Argentina has the fifth highest nominal GDP per capita and the highest in purchasing power terms. Analysts have argued that the country has a “foundation for future growth due to its market size, levels of foreign direct investment, and percentage of high-tech exports as share of total manufactured goods”, and it is classed by investors as middle emerging economy. [2]

According to PM World President and PMWJ Managing Editor David Pells, “We are honored to have Cecilia Boggi join our international correspondents team in Buenos Aires.  She joins Ana Maria Rodriguez, contributing editor based in Rosario, to form an outstanding tandem in Argentina.  Together they can help us fine tune our contents and value for those in Latin America, which is important to our mission.”

The PM World Journal (PMWJ) is published by PM World in the United States, but created by a virtual team of contributors and editors around the world.  Each month, the PMWJ features dozens of new articles, papers, and stories about projects and project management in many countries and industries.  PM World is a virtual organization reflecting the 21st century reality of a connected world where individuals and organizations worldwide can collaborate for the creation, sharing and application of new knowledge.  To see the latest edition of the PMWJ, visit www.pmworldjournal.net.


[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buenos_Aires

[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argentina