APM East of England branch

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Ever met an international woman of mystery? Those who attended the workshop of crucial accountability in Norwich on 25th March 2014 have!
Over 75 people gather for the latest APM volunteers’ forum.
APM was present at event to inspire hundreds of schoolgirls.
On a damp, foggy January evening Paul Major ventured into darkest Norfolk to deliver a sparkling session on the future of Project Management. Full of vigour and challenge, Paul took us back into the past to demonstrate the pace of change and then challenged us to shape the next part of the session through break out groups looking at the realist view, the critical view and the dreamer (or visionary?) view the future of our profession.
Duncan Frazer, Change Director at Aviva delivered a very entertaining talk to the Norwich group on 10th December. Based on his “10 confessions” Duncan took us through his take on a framework for successful change.
Majority supports plans to build a new high capacity rail line in the capital.
This evening event enabled project managers and team members to explore the challenges and opportunities associated with working in 'far flung', geographically dispersed, or virtual teams.
The Norwich Group was treated to a thought provoking talk by John Zachar as he once again asked his famous question "Who's going to ruin my day?"
Over 75 people gather for the latest APM volunteers’ forum.
Peter Taylor gave a webinar recently that aimed to stimulate thoughts about where we should all be focusing our efforts in order to deal with the '21st Century' challenges that project managers face.