North West branch case study brochure
Posted by APM on 1st Apr 2014
Over recent months several members of the North West Branch have worked on the collation of project case studies from Corporate members operating in the region. The objective is to illustrate the range and high quality of the Project Management skills, expertise and professionalism that are available in the North West.
In particular my thanks go to my predecessor, Mike Ward, for leading the collation exercise and to James Simons at Ibis House for the design and format of this first brochure.
The Branch intend to further develop and expand the selection of Case Studies, and issue these in the same format, so that the brochure can be kept up-to-date with future projects executed in the North West. If your company would like to contribute a Case Study for future release would you please contact our Branch Administrator, Beth Martin, who will consolidate further offers and pass the information on to the North West Committee.
The North West is one of the largest regions in the Association for Project Management structure and prides itself on executing novel and complex projects. This case study brochure is the result of some hard work by members of the North West Branch committee and , of course, our corporate membership. With over 50 APM corporate members in the North West, this brochure presents a really interesting cross section of project management expertises - please do share these examples with your collegues.
Phil Hardy, North West Branch Chairman
I am delighted that the North West branch has produced this case study brochure allowing the corporate members in the North West a platform for showing off their project management capability to others in the region.
Andrew Bragg, chief executive, APM
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