Competency Training for Managing International Cooperation Engineering Projects

Authors

  • Isabel Ortiz-Marcos,

    1. Department of Industrial Engineering, Business Administration and Statistics, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
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  • José Ramón Cobo Benita,

    1. Department of Industrial Engineering, Business Administration and Statistics, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
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  • Carlos Mataix Aldeanueva,

    1. Department of Industrial Engineering, Business Administration and Statistics, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
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  • Ángel Uruburu Colsa

    1. Department of Industrial Engineering, Business Administration and Statistics, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
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Abstract

Organizations are becoming more and more aware of how important it is to strengthen the competences of their project managers. This fact acquires greater relevance in the development and international cooperation sector because of the need to have qualified professionals who can take up the challenges and address the specific demands of an ever more demanding and constantly evolving sector. This article provides the results of research that more than 100 experts in project management and administration participated in to detect which competences are the most relevant in this context.

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