Raising the bar of professionalism at Project Challenge

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Posted by APM on 2nd Oct 2012

Julie LeggeLower tolerance of failure and demands for greater transparency and accountability in project management are putting pressures on organisations to change the way that projects are managed.

APMs ambitious vision of creating a world in which all projects succeed signals a new commitment for organisations to develop professionalism in their project management communities and create more competent professionals with higher levels of accountability.

Drawing on experience working with major corporate organisations Julie Legge, head of membership at APM (pictured), will be speaking in the Learning and Professional Development zone at this years Project Challenge expo.

Julie will discuss how increased project professionalism can deliver organisational benefits during her seminar at 10am on Thursday 18th October at Olympia in London.

There is also an opportunity to speak directly with an APM representative on stand 136 about all products and services offered by the largest project management professional body in Europe, including membership, qualifications, events, publications and much more.

For more information and to register for free visit the Project Challenge website.

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