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Systems Thinking resources
Systems thinking is an approach to problem solving which takes into account the overall system as well as its individual parts. It is used as a methodology to improve delivery of complex change initiatives.
A framework for understanding the workings of the system can enable us to ensure that we get the maximum return on the bet we make with the resources available to us. It enables us to compare the impact of different combinations of initiatives in a much more objective manner.
The Systems Thinking resources page is a rich source of helpful material including books, papers, presentations, videos, webinars, and social media – all related to Systems Thinking.
Stakeholder engagement resources
Stakeholder engagement is the practice of interacting with, and influencing project stakeholders to the overall benefit of the project and its advocates. The successful completion of a project usually depends on how the stakeholders view it.
Their requirements, expectations, perceptions, personal agendas and concerns will influence the project, shape what success looks like, and impact the outcomes that can be achieved. Successful stakeholder engagement is therefore a vital requirement for professional project management.
APM publishes Industrial Strategy policy briefing
APM has published its policy briefing on the Industrial Strategy White Paper.
The briefing outlines what the government’s white paper means for the project profession - highlighting key points and policies from this highly anticipated report.
APM Monthly Monitor
APM’s External Affairs team has created a short Monthly Monitor covering developments in project management research, politics and parliament, policy and research reports – in addition to developments across think-tanks, research institutes, chartered bodies and learned societies more generally.
APM’s External Affairs team has created a Monthly Monitor including developments in project management research, politics and policy. The Monthly Monitor for April covers National Apprenticeship Week 2018, the creative industries sector deal, and the anniversary of the digital strategy – among other things.”
- How can government learn more from project delivery data?
- Date:10 May 2018
- I’ve spent the last 12 months on a quest to discover how government manages the experience acquired from project delivery...
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Body of Knowledge consultation
The APM Body of Knowledge benefits hugely from the input of the profession. The diversity of views and challenge helps improve what is produced. To provide access to everyone equally and to ensure we’ve captured a broad range of views fairly, we will be using an online consultation platform, CitizenSpace. This will be available from the 26 February for eight weeks.
You can view the proposed structure for the seventh edition here.
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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