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Oh, everybody will welcome to the five minutes PM podcast today it's the Monday Brazilian carnival, but for those who are listening to this podcast and in English, it's for most of you, it's a very working day, but for us is a Brazilian people. We are on maybe one of the most important holidays here in Brazil. And I decided to record this podcast to do not break the tradition of a weekly podcast. So since the beginning of 160 Podcast, it's a goal I never broke one single week, including Christmas carnival.
And this week, I want to share with you, some comments regarding the methodology standards framework, and the most important was one conversation that I have with a very close friend about project management. And he called me to pick up the Mr. PMI. And then this hurts me not, not because of BMI, but we need to think broader. We need to open our minds because we have PMI and the PMBOK and the standard for program management, the standard for our portfolio management, the construction extension's and many, many other standards and documents that we'll help in the real represent the BMI. Seville, it's one of the most important in one of the most strong, the strongest. The second is the brings to the model base. That is wonderful and really, really very good. And the third one is the competence-based line of IPMA I certified wide IPMA level beet in 2002. And it's so interesting to see that human behavior on that, on the competence baseline. And the fourth one is now the scrum agile. That The sorry, since last year and what we need to think like a project manager, which is the best. There is no answer to this question. There is no answer. The best is your ability to build your own model, base it on these frameworks. This is standards and these methodologists, most of the time when I do my work mix, the scram techniques for communications in the scram and everything, the priest, you with the business case and everything, the PMBOK with the 40 to process and the competence baseline aligning all the required competencies for a project manager. So we need to open arms. I'm very worried about people that it looks only one way. Okay? Which one do you prefer priests to or PMBOK? No, the right answers that I take the best pieces of the PMBOK. I take the best pieces of priests. I take the best pieces of the competence baseline. I think the best pieces of scrum scrims great are great. And I was last October. I did the course. So, and now I can talk to you as a certified scrum master about why I did that because we need to be open. We need to open our minds to new techniques and maybe tomorrow, someone else will write a book with something new. So we need to keep ourselves updated and understand that there is not only one way, I'm sorry to make this comparison, but there is not only one way to meet God. What do I mean by that? There is not only one way to reach pros that succeed. There is much more than that. And for sure, I don't want to be recognized as that speak to Mr. PMI. I really want to be recognized as Ricardo Mr. Project Management. This is really what matters. It's the use of the proper methodologists and techniques to reach project success. All are things are pointless. You don't need to worry about anything else, but Project success. This is our target. I hope you enjoy this podcast. See you next week for those in Brazil corresponding this week in Brazil, enjoy the Brazilian carnival and the careful this March and be safe. And for those outsides and giant, see Brazilian happiness in the carnival. See you next week. Bye-bye.