Madrid, March 17th 2021
TALGO, a Spanish company with almost 80 years of history specialized in the design, manufacture, and rolling stock maintenance has announced its first IPMA Delta® certification. The Spanish Certification Body of IPMA (Certification Body in Project Management (ODCP) of AEIPRO-IPMA Spain, has delivered, of the hand of its President Jesús Martínez Almela, of the result of the certification to the Management Team, Project Portfolio and PMO after a long and intense process carried out for the past nine months.
The IPMA Delta® model integrates the state of the art and best practices covering a 360 ° perspective to evaluate Organizational Competence in Project Management according to the Basis for Organizational Competencies of IPMA (IPMA OCB) integrating the competencies of people, their different roles in projects (ICB), within a framework of excellence managing the project and its program (PEB) and the organizational alignment of culture, structure, and processes between the corporate governance and the management of the project portfolio.
TALGO, with a portfolio of projects at maximum levels of internationalization, with a presence in addition to Spain, in countries such as Germany, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Egypt, and Uzbekistan among others, has reinforced its commitment to excellence in management of Projects by the hand of IPMA®, starting this path with the certification process and the granting of the IPMA Delta® Certification (Class 3 Standardized) in Project Management Competences. The evaluation obtained will allow TALGO to identify the areas for improvement and draw up a plan to address them in an integrated manner.
Founded in 1965, as the first Association in Project Management in the World, IPMA® (International Project Management Association) is present today in more than 70 countries around the world and is recognized as one of the most relevant associations worldwide in the area of management of Projects, Programs and Portfolios of Competencies-based.
Source: TALGO/IPMA press release