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OpenPM² is a project management methodology developed and supported by the European Commission. Its purpose is to enable project teams to manage their projects effectively and deliver solutions and benefits to their organisations and stakeholders.
OpenPM² is a light and easy to implement methodology suitable for any type of project.
OpenPM² incorporates elements from globally accepted best practices, standards and methodologies. Since it has been developed by the European Commission, OpenPM2 is ideal for projects related to the public sector, or EU programmes and grants.OpenPM2 provides:
Even if it will be helpful to have a previous experience in project management, this is not a mandatory prerequisite in order to attend the seminar. This practical seminar is targeted to:
After the end of the seminar the participants will:
Yiannis Vithynos NTUA, MSc. He has many years of experience in the management of complex telecommunication and IT projects in Greece and the Balkans. He is the founder of Critical Path Consulting & Training, a company dedicated to Project Management.
Yiannis is a Project Manager Professional (PMP)® and a PMI-ACP® from the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, he is a certified PRINCE2 Practitioner, certified as IPMA-D and is also the holder of Advanced Project Management Certification (APMC).
He was a member of the first elected Board of Directors of the Greek section of PMI and was a member of the organizing committee of the 1st Project Management Conference in Athens in November 2006. He is also a member of the IPMA (Greek IPMA Member Association) and project evaluator for IPMA Worldwide Excellence Award.
The training material includes the official European Commission publication "The PM2 Project Management Methodology Guide 3.0", as well as all the slides, templates and exercises used in the seminar.
The material is given in electronic format (pdf) to all participants, and also in printed format to the local participants.
The training includes both preparatory material to be studied before the start of the seminar, classroom teaching that can altrnatively be attended remotely through internet (live connection through webex), and exercises to be completed after the seminar has ended.