Project journal Summer issue is out!
Posted by Kirsten on 2nd Jun 2017
Inside this issue:
In this issue, we ask a number of other professional bodies to tell us their experiences as Chartered organisations, and how the status has benefited their professions. We also talk to APM chair John McGlynn about his own APM ‘journey’ and his vision for the newly Chartered APM (page 27).
Another theme is collaboration: from integrating IT systems on joint venture construction projects (page 30) to Jo Lucas’s opinion piece looking at how advances in technology will enable better collaboration in the future, but only if we adapt our behaviours accordingly (page 22).
You will also find:
Comment: Eddie Obeng on ground rules for co-owned projects.
Insight: IT collaboration - A learning curve as joint ventures begin to understand the value of collaborating on a project's IT systems.
Interview: We interview Neil Fowler - Adam Smith International’s head of Syria operations on delivering in the midst of conflict.
Technology: Blockchain - is this the next new thing? Kevin Reid delves into the world of blockchain and assesses the impact it could have for project managers working in financial services.
Career: The beginners guide to agile: Project goes back to basics on a common project management term.
The Project Special Report on the Salary and Market Trends Survey 2017: Fit for the future? A look at how project management is faring in 2017.
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We have had a look at different aspects of ethical behaviour in the latest Chartered paper on ethics, and hopefully can be part of the process for individuals, and the profession as a whole, to engage and understand better the increasing importance of ethics and integrity.
It’s always been well understood that successful project delivery depends on clear roles and responsibilities, teamwork and communication between the people involved...
Project, which relaunched as a quarterly journal in 2015, was named ‘Best Association Magazine or Newsletter – Over 18,500 circulation’ - at the ceremony at London’s Hurlingham Club on Friday 1 April.
Our sincere thanks to everybody who has taken part in the consultation on the proposed structure and content of the seventh edition of the APM Body of Knowledge. The consultation is still open, so don’t miss your chance to share your views.