PM World Library offers free membership trial
Posted by APM on 27th Jun 2014
PM World has announced free trial memberships for the PM World Library (PMWL). The free trial will provide unlimited access to all library content for ten days, after which a decision about continued membership will be required. The trial membership will allow readers to, download and read the latest papers, articles and book reviews.
David Pells, PMWL managing director commented: We understand that individuals are reluctant to pay for anything or surrender personal information on the web without being 100% certain. I am that way myself; the trial membership is intended to partially alleviate those concerns and to allow those interested in project management to see what we are doing before signing on.
PM World recently added a new set of team memberships for the PM World Library (PMWL), with the first level aimed at project management teams of 5-10 people. The new team memberships offer unlimited access to all library contents for various numbers of simultaneous users.
Designed for one or more programme and project teams working anywhere in the world, using a single access code, these represent the first organisational memberships for the new library.The team membership options allow organisations to sponsor continuous learning in programme/project management for their project management leaders and project teams, at a low cost.
David added, We were planning to introduce corporate library memberships, based on the size and nature of organisations. But it occurred to us that options based on the size and number of project and program teams might make more sense. And why not encourage team learning as a way to enhance communications and team building.
The first team membership level for 5-10 simultaneous users is priced at 50 per year. Higher levels are available for larger groups, for example multiple teams within an organisation or large programme.
Visit the PM World library website for more information and to sign up for your free trial membership.
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Agile refuses to analyse requirements beforehand – and thus declines to provide an initial certainty. This will probably always scare any stakeholder trying to understand whether or not they can show results to the board with the budget that they are granted.
You have a choice. You can either muddle on, stand firm and fix it – or look elsewhere.