November 2021 PM Update from Spain


AEDIP joins manifesto and

XVIII Annual Congress of Project Managers


By Alfonso Bucero

International Correspondent

Madrid, Spain

AEDIP adhered to the manifesto for the adoption of good practices of

Project Management in the Management of European Funds

The European plan “Next Generation EU”, designed to revive the European economy in the post-pandemic scenario, and transform the productive fabric of the union will leave around 4500 million euros for the rehabilitation of the building stock in our country. AEDIP joins the manifesto drafted by PMI Madrid, AEIPRO, IPMA and PM2 in the revindication of the principles and methodologies of Project Management and Management as the best way to manage European funds.

AEDIP, as an association of companies specialized in the provision of services based on the methodologies of Project Management and Management in the construction sector, endorses the demands of the manifesto and shares the need for the different levels of administration to adhere to the methodologies and tools of Project Management and Management.

AEDIP supports both organizations and professionals involved in Project Management to demonstrate both their training and experience in project management and is in favor of its regulation by law for projects, programs and portfolios in the public administration.

“The body of knowledge of Project Management has evolved over the past 60 years to manage projects, programs and portfolios as efficiently as possible. It is an inescapable responsibility for the administration to make use of the best tools available to manage the funds from the European taxpayer. We must not forget that these grants are intended to improve people’s lives, and that the better they are managed, the greater the positive impact they will produce,” says  José Gil  (AEDIP secretary).

On June 2, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. an event was held to publicize that manifesto.

XVIII Annual Congress of Project Managers

“Recovery and resilience, Projects for a new stage”


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How to cite this report:  Bucero, A. (2021). AEDIP joins manifesto and XVIII Annual Congress of Project Managers: November 2021 PM Update from Spain, report, PM World Journal, Vol. X, Issue XI, November. Available online at: https://pmworldlibrary.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/pmwj111-Nov2021-Bucero-Regional-Report-Spain-ENGLISH.pdf

About the Author

Alfonso Bucero

Madrid, Spain


Alfonso Bucero, MSc, CPS, ACE, PMP, PMI-RMP, PfMP, SFC, IPMO-E, PMI Fellow, is an International Correspondent and Contributing Editor for the PM World Journal in Madrid, Spain. Mr. Bucero is also founder and Managing Partner of BUCERO PM Consulting.  Alfonso was the founder, sponsor and president of the PMI Barcelona Chapter until April 2005, and belongs to PMI’s LIAG (Leadership Institute Advisory Group).  He was the past President of the PMI Madrid Spain Chapter, and then nominated as a PMI EMEA Region 8 Component Mentor. Now he is a member of the PMIEF Engagement Committee. Alfonso has a Computer Science Engineering degree from Universidad Politécnica in Madrid and is studying for his Ph.D. in Project Management. He has 32 years of practical experience and is actively engaged in advancing the PM profession in Spain and throughout Europe. He received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award on October 9th, 2010, the PMI Fellow Award on October 22nd 2011 and the PMI Eric Jenett Excellence Award on October 28th, 2017.

Mr. Bucero can be contacted at alfonso.bucero@abucero.com

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