Breaking into Project Management

Breaking into Project Management

Breaking into Project Management
Breaking into Project Management
 
 
Becoming a professional in Project Management is an exciting yet challenging process. My journey has been defined by key career milestones and lessons learned, which I would like to share with you through a series of Linkedin publications on "Breaking into Project Management". I will try to answer the common questions that you may have, but also share with you key success tips and insights from my journey, which has been defined by the following experiences:

  • Becoming a certified PRINCE2 Practitioner 
  • Being a Keynote speaker at international conferences for PMI, IPMA-YC and JCI on the topic of “Breaking into Project Management” and "Volunteer Project Management"


  • Being part of the international IPMA Jury to select the next Young PM of the Year (2014) 
  • Acting as a PM Coach/Mentor for JCI THOE 
  • Contributing to PM interviews, blogs, podcasts and books (most recently to best-selling author Peter Taylor’s new book entitled "Real Project Management") 
  • Managing two successful international projects Quo Vadis and Your Future as a Volunteer Project Manager. 
  • Winning the IPMA Young project manager of the Year – Achievement Award in 2013



I hope that you will learn something useful from this series. And do not hesitate to contact me personally if you have any questions or would be interested in seeing a publication on a particular project management topic!

The Author : Kamil Mroz
 
Kamil Mroz
About :
I am an award-winning project leader with director-level & site-leadership experience, strong communication skills and a strategic long-term view enabling the connection between strategy and operational execution.

I am driven and energized by coaching, mentoring and developing talents, while overcoming transversal organizational challenges. My experience in people management has enabled me to discover my passion for the leadership of intercultural, diverse and technical teams composed of both direct reports and cross-functional matrix project teams. I have been awarded global distinctions from both the largest PM organizations, IPMA and PMI for advanced project management expertise, strong team work, communication & leadership.

I owe my servant leadership approach to the time I have dedicated to social and volunteer-causes where I focused on several high-impact philanthropic projects in Europe. I am also proud to have also been the first ever student to be awarded the Young Alumni of the Year by the Faculty of Engineering from the University of Ottawa and I also Chair of the ISPE BeNeLux Steerco on Project Management.

Previous Post Next Post

Comments