Celebrating local projects: further case studies added to the North West branch brochure
Posted by APM on 1st Jul 2015
During the last few months a small group of committee members from the North West branch have worked on adding content to the case studies brochure produced last year. Liaising with Corporate members operating in the region, the objective remains to illustrate the range and high quality of the Project Management skills, expertise and professionalism that are available in the North West.
Particular thanks go to Jeff Ashurst of the North West branch committee for his hard work in liaising with local organisations in order to get the content for the three new case studies, as well as to Rebecca McVean at Ibis House for her help with the design and format of this second release of the brochure.
This will be a continued effort and the branch will look to expand the selection of case studies available. If your organisation would like to contribute some content for a case study for the next release then please do contact Jeff Ashurst who will collate all the new content and liaise with Ibis House staff in due course.
The North West is one of the largest regions in the Association for Project Management structure and prides itself on executing novel and complex projects. This case study brochure, now showcasing an even wider range of projects, is the result of some hard work by members of the North West branch committee and, of course, our corporate membership. With over 50 APM corporate members in the North West, this brochure presents a really interesting cross section of project management expertise - please do share these examples with your collegues.
Chair, North West branch
All the case studies - from last year, as well as the new ones - can be found in pdf format at the bottom of this page
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How most projects are at the same time both wildly successful and spectacularly disappointing, and everything in between, depending on the point of view of different stakeholders.
So what do people actually do on projects, and in particular do they collaborate with each other? If they do collaborate how has this come about?, and if collaboration is lacking, how then do we as project managers and leaders, encourage more collaboration?