APM East of England branch

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70 enthusiastic volunteers attended the APM Volunteers' Forum in Glasgow last weekend.
The East of England branch, Norwich group had an amazing evening on Tuesday 17th March 2015
The date for APM & Wellingtone's much anticipated Project management careers and job fair finally arrived this week, with over 100 delegates and a number representatives from APM Corporate Member organisations in attendance.
Paul Bamforth, UK Country Manager, Projectplace, presented a webinar on 7th October addressing how organisations can use digital technologies to increase collaborative working. He focussed on Lean and Agile methodologies.
Over 75 people gather for the latest APM volunteers’ forum.
Paul Bamforth, UK Country Manager, Projectplace, presented a webinar on 10th September addressing how Kanban boards add value to the Gantt world.
Susanne Madsen presents a thought provoking webinar for APM on project leadership that helps you lead yourself and others more effectively in a project context
Imagine you arrive at work one day to find all entrances barred and emergency services on site? You’ve had no warning and you’re unsure what’s happened until someone guides you away and explains the situation. All seems under control despite the chaos – that’s because your organisation has emergency plans in place and knows how to use them!
On a wet evening in June, just over 30 change/project management practitioners gathered for a joint East of England branch and Enabling Change SIG event at GlaxSmithKline (GSK) research and development site in Stevenage.
As project managers or change agents, we all know that we need to identify and manage risk all the time. Often though, this is viewed as a difficult, unpleasant ‘once a project’ or ‘when I get to it’ task, possibly only undertaken when you know that the project management office or audit are going to ask to see your risk log.