Diversity and inclusion in project management refers to the deliberate and proactive measures taken to guarantee that there are individuals from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences within the team.
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The RAAC crisis is a case study in failure to plan for the long-term implications of project decisions.
This year’s Women in Project Management conference in London gave delegates the chance to step away from their everyday project work to focus on their careers — and put their project skills to work on themselves.
It must be the buzziest APM event of the year.
In the realm of project management, successful collaborations can produce remarkable outcomes.
As I stepped from the lift, the energy and anticipation was palpable — actually, that’s an understatement.
If you’re a project controller, your peers in management will be depending on you for valuable insights so they can deliver projects on time and to budget.
Throughout my career, I’ve volunteered with many organisations and projects.
The link between projects and business strategy, and the idea that project professionals can follow a route into the top of business by becoming a chief project officer, is becoming ever more evident.
The argument for building social value into projects is getting louder.