International Project Management Day (2 November) is a celebration of the social value and economic impact of projects, as well as the incredible work done by those who deliver them.
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This International Project Management Day, APM’s own Portfolio Team share their thoughts on why it’s great being a project professional and advice they’d give to those starting out in project management.
Some of the project profession’s most senior experts shared their views on challenges and opportunities around sustainability in projects, as part of a discussion led by leading academics at the APM Fellow’s Forum.
On Wednesday 29 October 2003 a group of eleven project professionals met in Oxford at the SAID Business School to discuss how the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) principles of corporate governance could and should apply to project governance.
Project professionals seeking to develop experience and knowledge were given the opportunity to deliver a simulated major football stadium project from concept to completion with the support of APM Fellows all in just one day.
APM’s Women in Project Management Specific Interest Group (WiPM SIG) has welcomed a new Chair, Irene Maposa.
Emma is an experienced Management Consultant with more than 20 years experience in designing, planning and delivering complex programmes for a diverse portfolio of clients across multiple sectors.
Association for Project Management (APM), the chartered membership organisation for the project profession, has called on the Government to do more to ensure long-term stability and appropriate skills provision for UK infrastructure projects, following the launch of a major report.
On Tuesday 17 October, APM held a webinar focussed on the recently published guide Project Management in Newsrooms, aimed at those working in a newsroom environment who have responsibility for managing projects of different sizes.
As part of its series of articles to mark Black History Month in the UK, APM spoke with Professor Chris Jackson, Director of Sustainable Geoscience at Jacobs, about the people who have inspired him in his career and the importance of mentoring for young project professionals of colour.