APM lays the foundation for an international network
Posted by APM on 15th Aug 2016
APM is delighted to be in discussions with the Associazione Nazionale Di Impiantistica Industriable with a view to exploring how together we can assist multinational companies operating across both countries.
Together, both organisations hope to enhance the development of project managers and project management activities which are taking place in both the UK and Italy.
APM has existed as Europe’s largest professional body for the project community for over 40 years and strives to set a world class bench mark for the profession to aspire to and as an industry move closer to reaching APM’s ambitious 2020 vision of a “world where all projects succeed”.
It is evident through results from APM’s latest Salary Survey and Market Trends survey that our project managers are continuing to reach out and work across the globe thanks to new benefits and opportunities on offer.
Over a quarter of respondents have or will be working overseas in the near future making partnerships such as these vital in creating a world where the standard and ways of working are closely aligned.
It also allows us to meet growing demands placed on our profession as organisations continue expand across a myriad of countries, demanding world class project professionals to follow with them and to sit at the helm of their often vast investments.
Partnerships like this are the first step in laying the foundation of a network to supporting project professionals in their quest to flourish across any nation they operate in.
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Agile refuses to analyse requirements beforehand – and thus declines to provide an initial certainty. This will probably always scare any stakeholder trying to understand whether or not they can show results to the board with the budget that they are granted.
You have a choice. You can either muddle on, stand firm and fix it – or look elsewhere.