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APM seeks to unveil the ambitions of the project profession in 2017

To coincide with APM’s biggest ever conference, entitled ‘Making the Mould’, APM has launched its #futurepmgoal competition in a bid to find out exactly what project professionals are striving to achieve throughout 2017.  Do you plan to mentor a young colleague, update your project management skills by taking a course, become an RPP, work in a new emerging sector or build on your CPD record?

Hosted across APM’s social media channels, the competition will give members and project professionals a chance to win an Apple Watch by sharing their aspirations, ambitions and the key challenges they aim to overcome this year.

By collating your responses, APM hopes to gain a broader understanding of not just the ambitions of project professionals, but also understand how the profession is evolving and diversifying through new sectors, skills and technology to face ever more complex projects. We’d like to create a detailed insight into the changing face of the industry. So tell us more about your plans!

There will also be the chance to enter the competition at the award-winning APM Project Management Conference, to be held on 27 April 2017, at the world-famous Barbican Centre, London - a venue which, much like our profession, emanates forward thinking and visionary technology concepts to deliver benefits for the masses. The conference will explore the new boundaries of project management the new practices and new sectors the profession must now operates in, reflecting on how they will transform the way we work in order to remain confident and competent as a profession.

To enter the competition simply share your foremost PM goal for 2017 to win an Apple Watch! Tweet using hashtag #futurepmgoal

Or to take advantage of the early bird rate for the APM Conference and save up to £190 by booking your tickets today.


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Claire Harrison @ClaireZooey Jan 17

PM goal 2017 - challenge myself by joining working groups, and working with community projects and non-profits

My continue to take coaching to PMs. When you're doing a tough job in tough times you deserve all the support you can get.


Full terms and conditions can be found herehttps://www.apm.org.uk/competition/

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  1. Martin Bailey
    Martin Bailey 27 January 2017, 03:44 PM

    Project Management Goal for 2017? I have an amazingly long list of basics. To summarize: 1) Continue to Evangelize for Project Management a. What is Project Management b. Why c. What are the gains d. How can I help 2) Introduction to Methodologies a. Working up to agile concepts 3) Continue to grow the PMO a. From 10/2015 to mid 2/2027 it is just me 4) Increased staff use of the PPM tool a. Why b. How 5) Further solidify information for the CIO Team a. Dashboards in the PPM tool b. Reporting c. Ad-hoc information Note: I started as the First PM at my location 10/2015. I am currently advising and mentoring on over 100 projects, with heavy involvement with 15.