Access City AM's special project management report
Posted by APM on 7th Nov 2014
APM supported London business newspaper City A.M. for the second year running on their project management report that was published yesterday.
If you didn't manage to get hold of the special supplement, don't worry – you can read all of the content online.
APM provided editorial and branding support for the report, which reached 399,000 readers throughout London and the Home Counties.
Through his foreword for the report, APM president Tom Taylor takes a look at the contemporary UK project management landscape and how it is moving towards APM’s vision of creating a world in which all projects succeed.
The report goes on to explain how coaching can help to create high-performing project teams.
This emerging trend is the inspiration behind APM’s recently launched guide: Coaching in the Project Environment.
The free-to-download guide covers a number of coaching themes, which will ultimately benefit both individual and team performance.
The industry’s most prominent thought leaders took part in an expert panel, with APM chairman Steve Wake providing insight including: what has had the largest impact on the project management space in the last year.
The report, specifically designed to engage key business decision makers, covers a range of topics from how the country is preparing for the Rugby World Cup in 2015, to how the adoption of agile development practices extends across industry.
This follows on from APM featuring in three other special reports that were published in the national press this year. APM appeared in the second instalment of the Business Reporter’s project management report published in the Sunday Telegraph back in April.
Last month saw APM provide a thought-provoking article for Raconteur’s special report on project management that appeared in The Times. The feature detailed how employers in a variety of sectors can attract, retain and develop project management talent as they face growing competition for the best project professionals.
APM then appeared again in Raconteur’s Agile Business report that was published in The Times.
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Whilst agile leaders should expect a lot of teams, this should never be at the cost of the well-being of the individuals within them.