Social Media and PM 2.0: Is it all talk and no trousers?
Posted by APM on 1st Jun 2010
The APM Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire branch have just announced an exciting new event that will be held in Sheffield on the 29th of June 2010.
The event is being presented byKwai Yu, Founder of Leaders Cafe 2020.
Kwaiwill share his experience of using social media and the lessons he's learnt. Kwai immersed himself fully in social media over the last 14 months in order to set up Leaders Cafe as a global social enterprise. His success is all the more astonishing because he has spent very little finance in creating a global presence. It has all been done using social media. Please join us to find out the remarkable story of how he used social media to project manage the creation of Leaders Cafe
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Data sensitivity. All data is probably somewhat sensitive. We wouldn't be sharing it, administrating it, loading legacy versions of it into new business elements, etc. if it weren't important, right?
It is difficult to envisage how a modern project would be managed without at some point creating a chart of tasks to be done in delivering the project’s declared benefits. One of the most enduring types of chart is the Gantt chart.