IPMA – International Project Management Association
I often take off my academic hat to help the International Project Management Association (IPMA) move forward, in particular reaching out to younger audiences. I’m passionate about fostering networking capabilities, learning more and more each day, and challenging those that say “it is impossible”. Through this network, I have been chairman on the Young Crew Management Board (of which I am still part as Head of Communications). I have also been Head of Innovation, supervised the Global Young Crew Workshop (the biggest project in the portfolio), pitched internally and ran Coaching for Development as project manager, and participated in the start-up and organization of the creACTivity workshops. You can find much more about all these IPMA topics at become.pm, or at the IPMA website (section for Young Crew).
I’m also a member of the cooperative company Dynavio, in Finland. Their expertise is recognized and ensured by highly educated and experienced members working in academia and industry. They cover a broad spectrum of activities associated with system and product development. They are an internationally focused company, with a strong research and development background. The areas of activity that they cover include model based systems engineering, requirements engineering, early stage product development, as well as coaching and system deployment activities in various engineering fields. You can read more about us on the official website.