Sunday Telegraph's strategy report to feature APM
Posted by APM on 7th Nov 2014
This weekend’s Sunday Telegraph will include a special edition of The Business Reporter that focuses on strategy execution.
APM will continue its presence in the national press with an article that explores how good project governance is a strategy for success.
The focus of this feature comes from the highly regarded APM publication Directing Change: A Guide to Governance of Project Management, now in its second edition.
Reaching 1.4 million people the report will discuss how bringing in projects on time and on budget is the essence of good strategy execution.
Firms that have a clear plan, including detailed evaluation of scope and finances, ongoing risk management and measurement of results, are consistently more successful than those that do not.
This edition of Business Reporter, distributed inside the newspaper on Sunday 9th November*, will analyse strategy execution from start to finish: from developing a vision to communicating with staff, implementing projects and measuring progress.
It will look at how to drive high performance at every level of an organisation and consider the latest thinking, assess technologies and gather success stories.
This follows on from APM featuring in four other special reports that were published in the national press this year. APM appeared in the second instalment of the Business Reporter’s project management report published in the Sunday Telegraph back in April.
September saw APM provide a thought-provoking article for Raconteur’s special report on project management that appeared in The Times. The feature detailed how employers in a variety of sectors can attract, retain and develop project management talent as they face growing competition for the best project professionals.
APM then appeared again in Raconteur’s Agile Business report that was published in The Times.
London business newspaper City A.M. published a project management report for the second year running that was again supported by APM.
*Publication date and editorial subject to change.
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