Download Project Management report published in Sunday Telegraph
On Sunday 9 September Debbie Dore APM chief executive featured in the special Project Management supplement in the Sunday Telegraph – download your copy.
In her first interview since becoming chief executive Debbie talked about the changing needs of young people in the workplace and the increasing importance of chartered status.
In the opening paragraph Debbie says: “Project management is such an interesting career opportunity it crosses all sectors. You could be involved in delivering Glastonbury or the Olympics one year, Brexit the next.”
She goes on to say: “The project management profession is vital to the wider economy and – with Brexit looming – it will have a huge role to play to provide expertise in managing transition. It is a profession that provides skills that are needed now and in the future.”
Dayner Proudfoot, brand and insights manager at APM, explains why partnering on these reports are vital: “We are raising the profile and awareness of project management. It’s important that the next generation should be considering project management as their career path, and we’re helping to influence that.
“People may still have a fixed view of what project management is and the areas it operates in. But, we all know how crucial it is across multiple sectors. We find ourselves in an environment of massive global change and uncertainty, and world-class project management is at the forefront. Achieving chartered status is not only a badge of excellence in any chosen career path, it’s an assurance of a high standard of practice to the wider community and a commitment to continued development. Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) and our qualifications play an essential role as we all look to raise the bar of project professionalism.”
The Sunday Telegraph has a circulation of just under 460,000 in England, Scotland and Wales. The supplement is now available to download for free.