PMD Pro Story and Background
This animation explores the PMD Pro phases and tools – putting all together in a comprehensive overview of the methodology.
John Cropper, Vice Chair of PM4NGOs Board, talks about the benefits of our PMD Pro scheme for Project Managers working in NGOs and humanitarian organizations.
Eric Berg, former Executive Director of LINGOs (actual Humentum) speaks about the origins of the PMD Pro certification scheme.
An interview with John Cropper, Vice Chair of PM4NGOs Board and Director, Project Services, at Humentum, talks about the PMD Pro certification, its benefits for those working in the NGO sector and how it can help them deliver successful projects.
This video touches upon how to take an exam, some important links, how to download the free guide and if training is required.
Participants describe the importance of improved project management in the NGO sector and how the GEPAL project is helping them to do that in Guatemala, Panama, Brazil and Paraguay.
PMD Pro Starter
Two minute animated videos that cover some of the PMD Pro phases and tools.
Project Phase Model
Project Implementation Plan
Work Breaking Down Structure
Change Control Diagram
After Action Review
Webinar: Everyone needs a Mentor
Webinar: Programs vs Big Projects – is there any difference?
Webinar: M&E: Phase or Integrated Principle
Webinar: Should we consider evaluation at a project level, or simply monitoring and control?
Webinar: PMD Pro Guide Rewrite 2018
Project Management for Development Professionals – Doing the Right Projects, in the Right Way
Project Management for Development Professionals – The PMD Pro Story
PMDPro – Embedding Project Management In An Organization
Other Methodologies Videos & Webinars
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