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APM is the Chartered body for the project profession. Here you can read the latest blogs or join an APM specific interest group or branch.

There is also the opportunity to join our popular LinkedIn group, follow our LinkedIn company page, watch our YouTube channel videos and connect with us on Twitter and Facebook.   

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The groups


APM branches offer opportunities to network and learn about latest developments in project management within your region. Choose a branch from the dropdown menu below:

Specific Interest Groups 

Specific Interest Groups (SIGs) discuss particular aspects of project management to further understanding and good practice. For more information about how they work, read 'A guide to the specific interest groups'.

Download a guide to SIGs, and view the APM Community Charter 

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The blog

The APM blog discusses topics of interest to the project management profession. We take a ‘one blog, many authors’ approach. 

Contributors come from a variety of sources including the APM Specific Interest Groups, APM branches, senior professionals and other guest bloggers.

We aim to share knowledge and facilitate discussion. Blogs are shared widely across APM's social media channels.

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Latest blogs

  • Major programmes: Creating a uniform rhythm
  • Date:12 December 2017
  • Creating a uniform rhythm and sense of urgency on major programmes is a significant challenge. Supply chains are now global. No longer can the programme team always be within close geographic proximity so the programme manager can watch over them.
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  • Project management and addressing climate change issues
  • Date:6 December 2017
  • Which aspects of project management are relevant to dealing with climate change? The answer is virtually all of them. This extract focuses on project managements' 'role in addressing climate change issues and a comment by APM chair, John McGlynn.
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