As one wit once put it, if you steal ideas from only one person, it is called plagiarism.
To remain responsive to challenges faced within today’s uncertain and complex outsourcing ecosystem, government organisations must innovate and evolve their practices to accommodate change, both in terms of technological progress and the knowledge and tools applied to steer such advances.
2021 has been dubbed the ‘year of responsible project management’, but how can project management professionals actively influence project sustainability? With a doughnut (stay with me).
My career path had a focus on risk and quality management, two subjects I am very fond of; they are an integral part of projects, small or large, throughout the life cycle.
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.