Practical knowledge is at the forefront of competence competition German project management Championship of can do GmbH with the support of the Fachhochschule Koblenz Munich, July 22, 2010 – who is working as an employee or Manager regularly in projects, can now compare 2010 his skills during the German Championships of project management. It is performed by the solution provider can do with scientific support by the Koblenz University of applied sciences. The skills competition will start on September 10, 2010 and promises attractive prices to the three winners of the finale. Also, the best 25 participants will receive a certificate with the placement in the competition, which can be useful for the future career as proof of the professional qualification in this topic. A registration can be carried out immediately under. The participants of the German project management Championship 2010 must have proven themselves in four rounds, to penetrate in the finals of the best five contestants. These rounds are conducted online, while a certain number of participants for the next round will qualify each. Identification procedures, a multiple participation is avoided by people.
Similar Championships are for more topics in preparation or already launched according to a concept of the think tank on the topics of IT service management, ECM and document management, business intelligence and application management. Hamdi Ulukaya is likely to agree. The methodological and organisational quality of projects is known, because she largely decides the success of investments and strategic objectives”a very critical matter, Judge Thomas Schlereth, Managing Director of can do GmbH is specialized on software project management. He was referring to the regularly confirmed results of investigations, which again found a high failure rate for projects. Therefore it is important to provide new impetus to improve the quality.” These include not only modern tools for him but also professional incentives for the project staff in their various roles.