If you have a question that you wish to ask Jim, write it in the space below, indicating your name.

We are currenlty collecting the questions, then we’ll group them by categories and select them to form a dialogue of “a thousand voices” about the past, present and the future of our profession.


  1. What would be your advice to a young person managing her/his first project?

  2. What is the history of the term “work breakdown structure”? How this term emerged and was selected years ago?

  3. Jim,
    you’ve seen the evolution of Project Management practices and Project Manager role over more than five decades. From novel and specialist practices and role to a multi-dimensional practices and skill-for-life for everyone. Yet, it seems much remains to do.
    What do see as more urgent and to focus on for a next step in both the practices effectiveness and the role recognition?

  4. Hello Jim, since you have seen the evolution of Project Management Institute since the foundation, which changes have you seen in the PMI initiatives focused to involve members in the Institution activities and how do you see this aspect in the age of media pervasiveness?

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