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This is a forum to speak to the unique problems associated with managing projects across boarders - foreigh and within the US. We will explore the issues of cultural differences such as between the US and foreign countries like India and China.

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Comment by Andrey Ugnich on April 16, 2012 at 5:13pm

Dear Colleagues,
We conduct a cross-cultural research of project management and PMOs, jointly with ESCP-Europe and the HSE-Russia.
Please, share your professional experience and opinion by completing this questionnaire (it may take around 15-20 minutes):

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/899118/PMO-survey
Thank you in advance for your help!

Comment by Guy Bertrand MESSINA on November 7, 2010 at 8:35am
Hi good people,
mY name is Messina, call me guy.
I am landing a project management role, a management or a marketing communication role anywhere in Africa.
I am available ASAP.

Kindly have a look of my profile and my activities through the under links :
http://www.viadeo.com/invitation/guy.bertrand.messina
http://www.viadeo.com/hu03/00226lrq8xxgo3qg/business-solutions
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/guy-bertrand-messina/8/2ab/14b
www.marketingpro.over-blog.com


My details :

Guy Bertrand MESSINA
35 ans, Marié et père d’un enfant
BP: 6752 DOUALA - CAMEROON
E-mail: marketingpro.sales@gmail.com
Ligne 1: 00 (237) 7798-1889
Ligne 2: 00 (237) 9482-6128
Permis de conduire (B)

Skype ID : creative.marketing
Messenger ID : ambatinda


kind regards from Cameroon
Comment by Mário Verissimo on March 4, 2010 at 6:23pm
Hi to All.
I am Mario and working in APCC, a non profit organisation in Portugal. Conecting to learn, share and collaborate on PM on this Ning.
Best regards
Comment by Michael Fahey on December 19, 2009 at 10:31pm
Hello Everyone! My name is Michael Fahey of IPS & the Stanford Advanced Project Management Program (SAPM).

We work with many multinational organization with global, cultural and leadership concerns within projects, programs and portfolios.

The SAPM Courses Providing professionals with advanced tools and techniques to strategically execute projects, programs, and portfolios.

The Stanford Advanced Project Management (SAPM) program is a unique blend of cutting-edge Stanford University research and proven techniques from leading-practice companies that provides crucial insights and practical tools for managing projects, portfolios, and complex systems.

Learn powerful approaches to:
* Remain competitive and manage change in a multi-dimensional environment
* Lead cross-functional teams in a global context
* Improve productivity and profitability

Whether you manage small projects or large-scale initiatives, the Stanford Advanced Project Management program will benefit you. There are a variety of ways you can attend SAPM courses. Below is a list of the courses we offer in the SAPM program:

* Converting Strategy into Action
* Financial Mastery for Projects
* Leadership for Strategic Execution
* Leading Effective Teams
* Leveraging the Customer Relationship
* Managing Without Authority
* Mastering the Integrated Program
* Mastering the Project Portfolio
* Strategic PMO - Projects to Enterprise

Please let me know if I can provide any additional information we delivery our courses and consulting services across the globe at your locations. Please take a look at our website - www.ipslearning.com

Have a wonderful 2009 Holiday Season!

Best regards,

Michael
Comment by Dr Anthony Yeong, PMP on November 2, 2009 at 9:43pm
Hi all! I am from Australia but managing global projects and dealing with people from Asia, America and Europe. Yes, there are significant cultural differences in managing projects across borders. In fact, different regions using different project management methodologies or approaches which add into the complication. PMBOK is de facto in America, PRINCE2 for UK and Europe, P2M in Japan, Australia has its own national PM competency etc. There are diversified expectations from the project stakeholders in different part of the worlds as well. Understand the project management approaches, cultural differences, expectations or even the languages will be useful in managing projects across borders.
Comment by Vinay Kumar PMP on September 22, 2009 at 1:33am
Hello Everyone

I m Vinay kumar (PMP) from Delhi India , i am looking forward to join this group for knowledge sharing , netwroking & career opportunities .
Comment by Eckhard Freund on February 11, 2009 at 2:06pm
Hi,

I'm Eckhard, Head of Projectmanagement for Telefónica Germany , working mainly in germany.. .. used to work with teams in UK and the US and at "follow the sun projects" at different international companies .. look forward to connect and share knowledge....
Comment by José)http://amway.es, Nº8477972 on January 30, 2009 at 9:14pm

Thanks
José
Comment by johncropper on January 20, 2009 at 4:25am
Hi Everyone,
I'm John Cropper and I work for Oxfam, an international development and humanitarian agency. I have managed a range of programmes and projects in a great many countries. I'm looking forward to connecting with you all.
Best wishes
John
Comment by Paul Smith on January 19, 2009 at 1:11pm
Hi Guys...
Are you having a moving experience, sorry - a weakjoke.
I move people, offices & factories, IT biased mainly.
If you need this skill set contact me - Cheers
 

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