Collaboration culture: the Future of Work


Here at Uruk PM, we view collaboration as one of our core culture values and the future of work within the project management solutions industry.

Transforming the PM Practice

The first type of collaboration focuses on transforming the project management practice

Under this collaboration model, Uruk PM is open to working with organizations and thought leaders on ways to transform the project management practice. We aim to make project management a strategically positioned function and skill set for all sectors and domains

Current Collaboration

“Projects and project work are material to ESG and sustainability reporting, and most companies have yet to incorporate this critical information in their reporting efforts. Partnering with Uruk PM and leveraging our combined strengths will quickly develop the market’s needs.”

Dr. Joel Carboni
GPM’s President

“Partnering with GPM allows us to naturally incorporate sustainability and ESG reporting into the Uruk Platform at the project and portfolio levels. Uruk already includes elements of sustainability; however, this partnership would enable us to build on the leading position that GPM has achieved over the years.”

Mounir Ajam

Uruk Business Network (UBN)

The second type of collaboration focuses on commercial form of collaboration
We know that the Uruk Platform and Uruk PM Services are of value to organizations around the world. However, as a startup, we need partners to have a global reach.

  • To maximize our reach, and at an early stage, we reach out to our fantastic network of shareholders and friends to promote Uruk PM in their local markets.
  • UBN is open to individuals and organizations to function as (1) sales representatives and account management or (2) full partners that can also offer the various associated services.

Current Partners

Matrix Project Management Consultancy Services is a
Project Management consulting firm

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objetives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.

Andrew Carnegie