Two new faces join the APM Board
Posted by Kirsten on 25th Nov 2016
The APM board of trustees had two new faces when it re-convened following the association’s AGM on the 21st November. Stephen Jones and Milla Mazilu were elected onto the board along with Susie Boyce who was re-elected following the completion of her first three year term.
The election saw a record 21 candidates standing for the three places and 17.22% of eligible members voting. Alex Loni, Associate Director of Electoral Reform Services, who administered the vote on behalf of the association, commended the election saying “The participation rate compared to similar membership organisations continues to be very healthy indeed".
The two new candidates replace Rod Baker and Christine Burt.
Stephen Jones is Deputy Head of Project Management Capability at Sellafield. An APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) and Chartered Electrical Engineer, he is currently Chairman of the APM Planning, Monitoring and Control Specific Interest Group.
Milla Mazilu started her career on the Channel Tunnel Rail Link and has worked across a number of rail programmes specialising in planning, scheduling and integration.
She was the programme controls, planning and scheduling lead on Network Rail's National Electrification Programme and has led the programme controls planning and scheduling team for their National Operating Strategy and subsequent Digital Railway Programme.
The Annual General Meeting was held at KPMG’s offices in Canary Wharf, London. The board elected John McGlynn as its chairman with Alan Macklin and Steve Wake as deputies.
Paul Chapman, Roy Millard and Simon Taylor were also re-appointed for a further year.
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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.