Download your copy of the Sunday Telegraph project management report
Posted by APM on 19th Apr 2016
The Sunday Telegraph has published their latest project management edition of Business Reporter.
This month the Association for Project Management features throughout the publication with insights from Honorary Fellow Alistair Godbold (page 3) reflecting on the importance of ensuring a strong start to your project.
“Taking time in the initiation phase is very important as projects that do not start well rarely recover. Before you do anything – whether it is pouring concrete or digging a hole – take your time and make sure you understand the project”
While APM chief executive Sarah Drake sits alongside leaders from PMI, Microsoft and Adept Knowledge Management Ltd to discuss what is the key to success in project management (page 15).
The report also delves into the effect our new APM Project Professional Qualification, which launches at the APM Conference on Thursday, will have on helping organisations improve project outcomes thanks to the fresh stream of newly qualified project professionals as a result of the qualification.
If you didn't manage to get hold of the 16-page special supplement, don't worry – you can read it online here.
The report will reach 1.4 million readers, which includes more Chairmen, CEOs, MDs and Directors than any other quality daily newspaper. This includes 66,000 readers who are c-class executives of companies with more than 250 employees.
As originally seen in ‘Business Reporter Magazine’ published by Lyonsdown on Sunday 17th April 2016 in the Sunday Telegraph.
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