People: The key to project success

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Posted by APM on 17th May 2010

On Tuesday 16th of March 2010 the APM South Wales and West of England Branch in partnership with the APM People Specific Interest Group held an event entitled People: The key to project success in Bristol.

This highly interactive one day seminar examined how people are at the heart of project management and successful project delivery. A project can have perfectly defined processes, procedures, tools, techniques, but these on their own deliver nothing; the people on the project deliver the outputs that in turn deliver the all important benefits.

Presentations were made by;

Donnie MacNicol, Chairman of the APM People SIG,
Trevor Band, APM Board Member
Rob Sadler, Transport for London
Brenda Hales, Team Animation

These presentation can be downloaded below.

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