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Don’t miss the latest Project journal
Posted by Kirsten on 20th Dec 2016
The 2016 winter edition of Project is now available.
Inside this issue:
Special report: Project goes inside Sellafield: the 100-year project and finds out how the site is building a legacy for future skills.
Training: For those looking to kick start their career. Dr Ian Clarkson explores the different routes in to becoming a project manager and the vital steps to needed to excel in the profession.
Insight: Karen Elson, consultant to Crossrail and the London Olympics, shares the results from an industry-wide survey on the importance of learning legacies.
Case study: Looking towards the USA, Matt Scott talks the to team behind an engineering project that breathed new life into an ecosystem blighted by a major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico almost 40 years ago.
Interview: Harriet Harman MP draws on more than 30 years’ experience as a campaigner for equal rights for women in an exclusive interview with Project editor Sarah Notton. She says: “The future needs equality, because that is modernity and meritocracy.”
Take a look at selected free-to-read articles from the latest issue of Project. Or join APM to receive your regular free copy.