Award winners’ golden rules for project success
Posted by Laura on 13th Dec 2016
Some of the UK’s best project professionals have revealed the secrets of their success in delivering award-winning performances.
In a short video from the Association for Project Management (APM), five winners of the 2016 APM Awards share their ‘golden rules’ to help and inspire others to achieve outstanding results.
They won because they managed complex projects and programmes of exceptional and professional quality. In the video, each puts forward different top tips, ranging from great project management skills to innovation.
The video features Darren Colderwood (Programme of the Year), Spencer Hobbs (Project Professional of the Year), Richard Moor (Project Management Company of the Year), Joshua Macey (Young Project Professional of the Year) and Neil Cochlin (Project of the Year).
To find out what they believe makes the difference, you can view the video below – it may help to set you on the path to an APM award-winning performance, too!
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