Mott MacDonald, the engineering, management and development consultancy, is close to hitting a significant milestone of 100 Chartered Project Professional’s (ChPPs) within its workforce.
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Members of the Association for Project Management Board of Trustees visited the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) to receive a first-hand look at how innovative projects are contributing to a significant, positive impact on society.
More project professionals are working remotely now than during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the vast majority say they’re happy with current working arrangements, according to a new poll by APM.
Professional and personal advancement were in the spotlight at the APM Women in Project Management Conference 2023.
In response to the Government’s announcement about delays to net zero targets, including the delay on a ban on new petrol and diesel cars from 2030 to 2035, and a push back on the transition from gas boilers to heat pumps to 2035, Andrew Baldwin, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at Association for Project Management (APM), said: “Major projects related to achieving net zero targets need long-term stability and consistency from government to succeed.
Sustainability has been likened to the next industrial revolution and needs to be delivered harder and faster than digital transformation.
According to Scope, approximately 23% of working age adults have some form of disability.
Association for Project Management (APM) welcomed guests from across the Channel Islands to a launch event for the organisation’s new regional branch, which aims to promote, professionalise and grow the project profession in the local area.
Artificial Intelligence projects differ from conventional software projects in important ways.
Reports in the national media have suggested that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt are in talks about scrapping the second stage of the HS2 rail project between Birmingham and Manchester.