Case study - Stephen Prowse, Artelia Projects UK Ltd.
Project professional of the year: 2015
Once one of the world’s best kept secrets, Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes is now one of the most significant heritage sites of the 20th century, so far attracting some 190,000 visitors keen to see where the Enigma code and other enemy signals were cracked, shortening World War II and saving countless lives. It all began in 1992 when the Bletchley Park Trust was set up to preserve and refurbish the buildings where the codebreakers had worked but which had fallen into such a bad state, they were almost beyond saving. With a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and other sources, funding was secured in 2011 for the £8 million restoration project.
Should you dive headlong into learning cutting-edge tech and data skills? Or is it best to focus on the core fundamentals in a recovery-focused economy? Conrad Heine investigates.
So, how best sum up the last four years? Without doubt it has been an honour and a privilege to chair the board. Being elected by your peers is a special moment and one that comes with significant responsibility.
We've all been there and endured it; the list of personal qualifications which the speaker takes 10 minutes to wade through, the corporate PowerPoint slides riddled with bullet points, the droning voice which never changes in intensity, pace or tone! This webinar was presented by Andrew Pain on 22 September 2020.
UK began to address the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a group of experienced project managers began to gather and collate stories, research, reflections and insight drawn from the P3M community under the heading Lessons from Lockdown. This webinar content presented on Tuesday 8 September 2020 provides a summary of their findings and posed the question “where do we go from here?”