APM once again supported the Sunday Telegraph's special report on project management published yesterday. If you didn't manage to pick up a copy of the special edition of the Business Reporter, do not worry. You can view it online or download a PDF version.
The project management edition of Business Reporter, supported by the APM, investigated the essentials for successful project management; explored the value of adhering to strong project management methods and examined how these methods are practised across businesses.
It also reported on how learning lessons and the transfer of knowledge are key aspects of the UK’s success in major project management. This was the focus of a thought-provoking article where APM Board member Alan Macklin challenged the profession to “collaborate for the common good”.
Alongside this article is a video interview where Business Reporter explores success in project management and asks APM chairman Steve Wake how to achieve business aims without going over budget or compromising quality, which can also be viewed below.
In addition, APM president Tom Taylor gives his expert opinion on how to ensure a project succeeds.
APM's article on collaboration and video interview will also appear on the Telegraph website from May 2014.
This follows on from APM featuring in four other special reports that were published in the press. London business newspaper City A.M. published their first report on project management last October explaining how APM has created a new pathway into the profession. Raconteur published a report in The Times in July where former APM chairman Mike Nichols explained the idea behind the association’s ambitious vision. Before that, APM supported last year's Daily Telegraph special project management edition of The Business Reporter that came out in April 2013.
APM also supported Raconteur's report on The Agile Business published in The Times last November.
View online or download the Business Reporter’s special report on project management.