Introducing aPRO: For the asapm Performance Rated Organization
aPRO for Project-performing Organizations
* What Makes aPRO Different?
aPRO for Recognized Assessors
* Recognized Assessors
aPRO is for Educators
Get the Published aPRO Standard
aPRO Background and History
The Published aPRO Standard
Update-- 9 December, 2013: The aPRO Standard for the asapm Performance Rated Organization is now available under Creative Commons licensing!
Dateline--5 April, 2010: The aPRO Standard for the asapm Performance Rated Organization is now available. We received a tremendous number of comments in response to our Exposure Draft, with some suggestions for improvement, and high praise for this initiative. The now-adopted standard is available.
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One of our greatest take-aways from the comments we received is the need to improve understanding of the distinctions and benefits of threshold Performance competence, a novel, effective and efficient method of assessment used in both aPRO and in our Advanced practitioner PM Certification levels.
Thank you for your participation, and we are confident you will be able to use the aPRO standard to assess, improve and certify your organization's pm performance! To support you, we offer two ways to begin your assessment:
- If you are interested in becoming a Recognized Assessor, or in self-assessing your organization, click here.
- If you want a list of currently Recognized Assessors, click here.
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asapm Performance Rated Organization: Standard for Assessing Organizational Project Management Performance. Colorado Springs: American Society for the Advancement of Project Management, 2013.