The APM Body of Knowledge online is a growing digital resource from APM featuring project management definitions, diagrams and a glossary of APM terms.
Users can search 69 topic areas on all aspects of projects, programmes and portfolios.
Our filtered search will find all references to specific project management topics, covering related material, case studies, feature articles, blogs and news stories. Search for a topic and discover a world of project management information, with definitions and specialist opinions sourced from our archives.
What is project management?
Take a look at APM's most-watched video on the fundamentals of project management - or visit the 'What is project management?' area, especially useful for those new to the profession.
Where can I buy your books and guides?
APM publishes a growing range of books and guides, from general to specific interest topics, as well as study guides, available for purchase.
Members can download many APM publications for free in the members' area. Ebooks are also available to purchase.
How can I learn more about project management?
APM's library is a dedicated project management resource to help you on your journey to becoming a professional project manager. Inside you'll find guides, articles, white papers and research reports.
The content is free to download or free to register.
The toolkit has been developed by the APM Assurance Specific Interest Group (SIG), a group of professionals with diverse backgrounds in the field of project and programme management and assurance, to help project professionals deliver assurance in a more consistent way.
A gap was perceived which drove a desire to establish more consistency around the language being used, definitions of assurance terms, a framework capable of wide application, and outputs from assurance work. The toolkit including this guidance is the product of the sum of experience, skills and knowledge of the group who produced it applied to address this challenge.
Measures for Assuring Projects consists of a summary sheet for rating project assurance and examples of evidence that support a good assurance measure score.
Lead authors: Tim Podesta and Geoff Newton.
Authoring team: John Caton, Andrew Elliot, Kevin Forster, Roger Hankey, Julian Harris, Das Mootanah, Colin Pascoe, Graham Shreeve, Philip Thomas and David Youll.
Editors: Peter Deary and Roy Millard.
APM’s annual Salary and Market Trends Survey is the largest survey of its kind in the UK. This year’s survey saw almost 5,000 project professionals, the highest number to date.
The aim of the survey
The survey allows APM to gain a better understanding of the profession, where there are skills gaps, how people are accessing the profession and the key characteristics of the project management role. The results also give an insight into the earning potential of project managers, where the highest salaries are paid and what roles are best paid in different industries.
Insights into the project management profession
This year showed high levels of confidence in the project management sector with over 60 per cent of respondents expecting a pay rise in the next 12 months, while 80 per cent claimed to be either satisfied or very satisfied in their current role.