The Project Management Institute of Ghana is joining other Project Management Professionals around the world to celebrate the International Project Management (IPM) Day.

The IPM Day is observed each year on the first Thursday in November to commemorate the hard work, dedication, and often unappreciated efforts of the over 17 million project managers who ensure successful delivery of projects and services worldwide.

Now in its 17th year and themed “Powering the Project Economy: The role of the Professional Project Manager”, the day is being marked with activities all over the world including online conference with over 35 thousand expected participants who will come together to learn, share ideas and challenges, as well as promote project management best practices.

The Board of Directors of the Project Management Institute, Ghana Chapter commended all project managers, especially those in Ghana for helping organizations achieve strategic goals through the practice of project management. The Chapter also expressed gratitude to all institutions it has collaborated with in the delivery of successful projects.

The Board and entire Executive Body is optimistic about the future of the project management profession and expresses its readiness to assist both private and public institutions in delivering projects on budget and on time, without compromising on quality.

About Project Management Institute, Ghana Project Management Institute Ghana Chapter (PMI-GH) was founded in 2011 as a not-for-profit membership association chartered by the Project Management Institute, USA.

Its core purpose is to advance the practice, science and profession of project management in a conscious and proactive manner.

The Chapter currently has 620 members who benefit from a community of professional members who together keep learning, growing and developing skills needed to steer successful impactful projects.