In a strange, new world we all live in, we need strong project management skills to help us overcome the issues with change that no one saw coming – especially when it comes to project delivery or event management.
Silos in the physical world are large containers where something useful is stored for convenience, then taken out and used.
You’re feeling despondent.
Megaprojects have huge environmental, social, economic and political implications for countries.
As a journalist covering the ever-evolving discipline of project management, I am always learning and looking for new angles.
Anyone who has worked in project management or procurement will know that there is considerable overlap between the two areas.
The recognition of project management as a profession has grown significantly over the past few years, spurred in large part by APM’s receipt of its royal charter in 2017.
Every project should start with a clearly defined schedule showing when certain tasks start and finish, and when milestone stages and the final deliverable are due to be completed.
Quality needs to be managed throughout the complete project life cycle.
Relationships are essential in delivering projects, but what do you do when you’re starting a new role in an unfamiliar organisation where you know no one? Where do you start, particularly when COVID-19 restricts who you can meet face-to-face? Networks take time to build, and in this period of online meetings, there is limited opportunity to build your connections informally by bumping into people, as might happen in the office or on-site.