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APM Project Journal
- New frontiers in programme management
- Date:11 December 2018
- The world today is rapidly changing, and it is the programmes of the future that will both help deliver and mitigate against these changes. However, globalisation, increasing social and political change and the rise of disruptive digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, internet of things and augmented reality means that the fundamental approach to programme management will be similarly changed.
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- How do behaviours impact project assurance?
- Date:19 November 2018
- How do behaviours impact on assurance processes and how do the ‘right’ behaviours support successful assurance mechanisms and ultimately project success? These and other questions we will try to answer as part of a future research project, led by the APM Assurance Specific Interest Group.
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Featured news: APM publishes Member Review for 2017/18
APM has published its Member Review for 2017/18 outlining its key activities and financial results of the year.
This year’s review, APM’s first as a chartered body, is packed full of information about how APM is progressing on its road to chartered and the implementation of the new corporate strategy – ‘inspiring positive change’.