From the Editor
Intelligence and Context, Knowledge, Competence, and Performance and Results
Project management has become a well-accepted way to manage organizations. In this article, the PMJ editor discusses the evolution of project management. It outlines how competencies are at the source of competitive advantage and how an individual should develop competencies. The author presents two views of competence development: the "have" or "quantitative" perspective and the "be" or "quality" perspective. The article then discusses "epistemology" and explains the usefulness of an integrative epistemological approach for project management.