Conditions for Project Success
Posted by APM on 25th Jun 2015
APM research report
APM’s Conditions for Project Success is a piece of independent research that seeks to identify the core factors which lead to the successful delivery of projects, programmes and portfolios. The principal findings arising from the research were launched at the APM Conference in March 2015.
The full report, highlights report and literature review are free to download from the APM website.
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