Your chance to influence APM's strategy
Posted by APM on 8th Aug 2016
The Association for Project Management (APM) is refreshing its strategy, and needs your help.
We are asking for the views of members and those who follow us online.
Our Strategy 2020 seeks a world in which all projects succeed.
Several years have elapsed and the world is changing rapidly.
So we need to make sure our focuses in the next few years on what matters most to our members and the wider project community.
Part of that is about recognising the importance of the project environment – the circumstances within which projects are delivered – as well as the tools, skills and qualifications which project professionals need.
Deputy Chairman Alistair Godbold is leading work on refreshing the strategy. He said:
“I’ve been encouraged by the positive reception our early ideas have received from volunteers, corporate members and other professional bodies.”
“But it’s essential that our thinking for the strategy is also informed by our 22,000 individual members and the many thousands of registered online users.
“To make this happen, we are sending out a survey, asking what our members and followership want to see and get from the APM in future: the challenges they foresee, the opportunities they want explored, and the benefits they expect from APM.
“We can’t do everything and we can’t do it on our own. So this survey will also help APM prioritise what matters most, and what will deliver most value.”
“We are seeking to finalise our strategy by the AGM in November, so it can be used for business planning for the APM in 2017-18.
“It’s a real chance to have a direct say in APM’s future.”
Please visit the link below to have your say:
If you have any further questions please direct these to Daniel Nicholls, APM Research Manager (email@example.com), in the first instance who is co-ordinating the survey.