The release this week of the latest APM SIG guide, A Guide to Assurance of Agile Delivery, offers experienced reviewers the necessary support and guidance to undertake assurance of their first agile project.
Voting for the 2017 APM board elections is now open
Posted by Kirsten on 10th Oct 2017
The APM board elections open today. Voting APM members (MAPM and FAPM) are strongly encouraged to take part at this exciting and important time in our development as a new Chartered body. This is your chance to influence the future direction of both the profession and the Association by choosing who sits on the APM Board.
This year the board expressly highlighted that it was keen to see candidates with a diverse mix of skills and backgrounds. It sought applications from those who can demonstrate the competencies and high ethical standards needed to be a board member at the highest level with a focus on strategic decision making. The board again emphasised the need for the highest calibre candidates of good character. Members are encouraged to take this into account when casting their votes.
All the candidate statements and answers to a series of pre-set questions are available online: www.ersvotes.com/apm2017
Members will receive an email notification and a postal voting pack from Electoral Reform Services. Voting is simple and can be done by post, online and SMS.
We look forward to receiving your vote by Friday 10 November 2017.
The timeline for the elections is as follows:
Nominations closed – 21 September 2017
Election opens - 10 October 2017
Election closes - 10 November 2017
AGM - results announced - 21 November 2017
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APM, the Chartered body for the project profession, has a democratic process for electing its board. This is fundamental for APM – our board is comprised of members and elected by members. Can you help us lead the association?
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