What is the Project Management Day of Service all about?
Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS for short) began in Washington DC in 2014. Organized by a group who call themselves Project Management for Change (PM4C for short), their first event brought together 300 volunteers to provide pro-bono Project Management services to 100 local non-profits. Since then the event has been replicated in several US cities, and has expanded globally.
The premise of the event is simple - get Project Management professionals who are willing to donate their time and experience together with charities and other not-for-profit organizations who need help.
Whilst the PMDoS is a one-day event, the engagements last much longer and provide lasting benefits to the organizations who benefit from support. They provide lasting benefit to communities too, as the support offered by Project Management professionals can help get events and initiatives off the drawing board and into real life.
Wellingtone, UK PPM consultancy have partnered with PM4C to hold a Project Management Day of Service to the UK. On May 4th they will run an PMDoS event to bring experts together with 30 UK charities. You can find out more about how it will work in the infographic below.
How will the UK PMDoS work?
Who are Project Management for Change?
Project Management for Change is a non-profit organization whose mission is to raise the profile of the Project Management profession by creating a positive impact in our community. P4C recruits volunteer project managers to donate their time and attention to serve those who help others. For more information, visit PM4Change, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Who are Wellingtone?
Wellingtone are a PPM consultancy who partner with our clients to maximize their likelihood of project, program and portfolio success. They do a mixture of Project Consultancy, recruitment and PPM tool implementation. They run the annual Future PMO event in London and run a APM Accredited PMO Practitioner training course.
Where can I find out about Project Management Day of Service Events happening near me?
There are no PMDoS events in my area - how do I organize my own?
If there are no Project Management Day of Service events in your area, maybe your PMO or Project Management community can organize your own? In addition to Wellingtone, several Project Management Institute (PMI) chapters across the U.S. and around the world have organized local PMDoS events with coordination from Project Management for Change.
For information on how your organization of project managers and supporters of the profession of project management can organize a PMDoS event in your area, please click here to contact the Project Management for Change Global Team
Where can I get tickets?
If you would like to get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org