At PS Consulting the assumption of social responsibility is just as much a part of the corporate strategy as the achievement of economic goals or the environmentally conscious use of resources.
Against this background, we are involved in several long-term partnerships worldwide. We support selected institutions that help children and young people worldwide in difficult life situations.
And we support the further development and professionalization of project management at all levels.
20 million people are currently threatened by a food crisis. Small children in particular need help to survive. As a partner company, we support Médecins sans Frontières, which treat acutely malnourished boys and girls, for example. These teams provide the children with calorie-rich convenience food and were thus able to care for 260,000 malnourished children last year.
Wars, terrorist attacks, experiences of violence, flight and expulsion as well as catastrophes often trigger traumatic experiences that burden those affected – especially children and young people – throughout their lives. We support the Emergency Pedagogy Department of the Friends of Waldorf Education Association, which helps children to come to terms with their traumatic experiences.
PS Consulting is a gold sponsor of the PMI chapters in Frankfurt and South Germany since 2005 and has thus strengthened its commitment to the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.
We would like to emphasize our close connections with the professionalization and quality standards of the PMI®. Our complete range of seminars is based on “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)“, which guarantees you conformity with international standards.
The Project Management Institute (PMI)® was founded in 1969 and is a globally represented non-profit making organization (profession and industry association) with approx. 500,000 members and approx. 260 regional subdivisions (chapters) worldwide. The independent chapters of the Project Management Institute provide you with access to the largest global community of project management professionals, ANSI standards, training, certification and networking.
The PMI Frankfurt Chapter e.V. is a non-profit making organization and, since 1988, the second oldest regional subdivision of the Project Management Institute (PMI)® outside of north America. It is based in Frankfurt but has local groups in Hamburg and Dresden and members right across Germany. In accordance with its articles, its vision and its motto, the Frankfurt chapter wishes to appeal to all project managers in Germany, who are interested in exchanging experiences, making new contacts or gaining internationally recognized certification on the basis of the global standards and products of the PMI®.
The PMI Souther Germany Chapter was founded as the PMI Munich Chapter in 1998 and has members from large corporations, medium-sized companies as well as many sole traders and freelance workers. It primarily serves southern Germany and supports the development and spreading of international and standardized methods of project management. The chapter offers local PMI® members and other interested parties the opportunity to meet one another and make exchanges, and to learn more about project management, the PMI® and the certification process as a Project Management Professional (PMP)®.