IPMA helped The PM Podcast celebrate its 200th episode of its popular series, released 29 November 2011. The four-part podcast features 20 PM speakers who offer their unique opinions about the number one challenge project management faces today.
Included in this podcast are IPMA President Roberto Mori, and asapm President and IPMA VP of Marketing Stacy Goff, and many others.
From the Press Release announcing this occasion:
“Our ‘bicentennial’ podcast both looks back at how far project management has come and reflects on the future,” says Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, President, OSP International LLC and host of The Project Management Podcast. “We are used to working with project management experts on the show, but this is our biggest interview podcast ever. I’m really pleased we have so many great contributions from industry leaders.”
The project management superstars sharing their expertise with listeners include Mark Perry, Peter Taylor, Margaret Meloni, Andy Kaufman, Elizabeth Harrin as well as the presidents of three leading project management associations: Mark Langley (PMI), Roberto Mori (IPMA) and Stacy Goff (asapm, IPMA-USA). Roberto’s comments are at 4:30 of Part 2, and Stacy’s are at 16:10 of Part 2.
Serial author Max Wideman is also contributing. “Project management as a discipline is interesting because it consists of a number of integrated functional areas,” Wideman says in his podcast segment. “Some of these functions are comparatively well established, whereas other areas are but young neophytes and are not so responsive to the same approach. Project management may be about ‘getting things done’, but it is also about the process or manner of getting things done.”