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How projects are managed is a microcosm of the larger organisation culture. Therefore, managing projects effectively is essential to improving organisation performance and supporting sustained organisational learning and change.

Projects play a critical role in the delivery of business strategies and organisation change. Even if organisations follow the principles of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) of the PMI (Project Management Institute), projects are not always delivered on time, within budget and with a level of quality commensurate with client expectations or the business strategy.

Project managers are being asked to manage projects as a business enterprise - to manage the organisation's assets - and ensure the best interests of the organisation and their customers. This requires them to take a more holistic view of projects, and take into account:

Many project managers are not fully equipped to achieve this type of focus.


The HRCgroup Project Leadership Core Competencies Review provides a structured assessment of current project management practice against best practice.




The Review identifies the gaps in client capabilities and competencies, and provides solutions to deploy best practice in their projects. The assessment typically focuses on the development of project core competencies in the following areas:


Learning events supporting the Project Leadership Core Competencies Review:


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