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The road to Chartered series

What does it mean to be Chartered for individual APM members and the profession at large? This central question will be the subject of a series of thought-leadership papers released over the forthcoming months, aimed at exploring the opportunities and obligations facing the newly Chartered APM.

 “The papers aim to give members and other interested stakeholders a greater insight into what becoming Chartered means,” said David Thomson. “They will also help explain the transformation APM is experiencing as it evolves into a fully-fledged Chartered body.”

21st century professionalism     
The importance of being chartered                            
For the public good?
Volunteering in the Chartered profession

APM Skills Manifesto

Underpinning APM’s Manifesto is the need to strengthen the transition from education into work by providing a good skills grounding to build upon – both vocational and academic – whilst empowering the next generation to make informed career choices.

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The future of project management

Future of Project Management (FoPM) is a partnership and collaboration between Arup, APM and The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management at UCL, as well as crowd-sourced inputs from the global project management community, examining the global drivers shaping the long term future of project management and their implications. Read more...

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Richard Gedge
Claire Harrison
Francisco Javier Romero Rojo

Reasons to be cheerful

Project management matters. I don't need to persuade you of that. But what I may need to convince you of is the reason to be optimistic. Not only do we act as professional custodians of a vast amount of spending, but we also hold the reputations of vast organisations in our care. By Mike Clayton

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Trust me, I'm a project manager

Taking on your Chartered status will, APM hopes, give you much more power as a project manager. But, as with everything, there is a downside, and this one is huge. With great power comes great responsibility. At this moment, ‘Chartered project manager’ doesn’t really have fully formed brand values and attributes. What you do will shape the world’s perception of the brand. By Eddie Obeng

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