Sharing PM Knowledge Forward – PMAC-AGPC shares PMWJ articles with association members in Canada


March Newsletter of Project Management Association of Canada promotes three PM World Journal articles 

11 March 2013 – Dallas, London, Sydney, Toronto – The Project Management Association of Canada / Association de gestion de projet du Canada (PMAC-AGPC) has included references and links to three PM World Journal (PMWJ) articles in its March newsletter.  Embracing PM World’s mission to promote the sharing of project/program management knowledge, pmac-agpcPMAC is sharing knowledge forward with its global membership.  The three papers, originally published in the March edition of PMWJ, include:

“Project Management Mathematical Models for the Customer”, by Professors Vladimir Voropajev and Yan Gelrud (Russia), to read, click here.

“Re-imagining the Iron Triangle: Embedding Sustainability into Project Constraints”, by Jonas Balshoej Ebbesen and Alex Hope, PhD (UK) – to read, click here.

Dragons, Camels and Kangaroos: A Series on Cultural Intelligence for Programme and Project Management – China – Cultural Dimensions in International Business”, by Bill Young, PhD (Australia/China) – to read, click here.

According to PMWJ managing editor David Pells,  “We are delighted and honored that PMAC has recognized the value of these articles and is referring their members to the journal.  I’m happy that our authors can gain more visibility as their articles and papers are shared more widely. It would be great if more organizations embrace this model of ‘sharing it forward.’”

The Project Management Association of Canada / Association de gestion de projet du Canada (PMAC-AGPC) is a non-profit, members-based project management professional association and the national member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA).  PMAC-AGPC strives to (a) serve the needs and demands of a dynamic profession that is experiencing significant growth in a bilingual country; (b) explore a broader model of project management – one that includes the development of judgment concerning technical, behavioural, and contextual project elements; (c) apply a broader definition of project success-the appreciation by the various interested parties of the project outcomes-to multiple and varied industries; and (d) support the international PM with the provision of a unique Canadian voice.   More information can be found at http://www.pmac-agpc.ca/about.

The PM World Journal is a global online publication produced by PM World Inc. 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 and papers, and news stories about projects and project management in different 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.