The Chair will coordinate the translation into Spanish of the PM2 Agile Guide. Once agreed with the CoEPM2 of the European Commission, work has begun on the translation into Spanish of the Agile extension of the European Commission's PM2 methodology.
The Jean Monnet PM2EU+ Chair holder will participate in a webinar on September 16, at 6 p.m., organized by AEIPRO, in which the activities of the Chair and the Research SIG of AEIPRO will be presented.
The Jean Monnet Chair PM2EU+ led the Round Table on dissemination of scientific results at the XXV International Congress on Project Management and Engineering and the V International Seminar on Project Management held at the Alcoy Campus from 7 to 9 July 2021 in blended learning format.
The EC’s Centre of Excellence in PM² (CoEPM²) has today released the first-ever publicly available PM²-Agile Guide
The Jean Monnet Chair PM2EU+ adheres to the Manifesto on Good Practices in Project Management promoted by PMI, IPMA, PM2 Alliance and AEIPRO.
The Chair is organising the first course on project management under the framework of the European Commission's PM2 Methodology. It will be held in June and is targeted at young researchers, researchers and staff of the UGR.
The PM2 Alliance has invited the Jean Monnet Chair to participate in a talk on Project Management training in Universities. It will be held on 22 April at 18:30 and can be followed online.
The PESCO Secretariat, and the PM2 Alliance, under the auspices of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), and in cooperation with the Jean Monnet Chair “PM2 by European Commission: Open, free and common project management framework for all European institutions, companies and citizens”, Professor Germán Martínez Montes, of the University of Granada (UGR), have the honour of co-organising a Pilot Course on Project Management in support of PESCO Projects, using the European Commission's Methodology, namely the PM2
The PM²-PgM programme management guide (the original in English) in the EU Library of the Publications Office. The artefacts (templates used by project managers to effectively manage their work on projects) will soon be available via the online PM² portal.
The PM2 methodology allows the use of a language and a way of managing projects common to all EU member states. The Ministry of Defence participates and leads projects in collaboration with other allies, for which having a common tool developed by the European Commission itself can be an advantage in terms of efficiency and operability.