The Emerging Trends range aims to highlight the latest trends in project management.
Coaching in the Project Environment is the second title from APM’s Emerging Trends range. It covers the growing phenomenon of coaching project individuals and project teams to achieve better results.
Written by APM People Specific Interest Group (SIG) members Robert Blakemore, Miles Huckle, Susanne Madsen, Anthony Onabanjo and Carole Osterweil, topics include types of coaching, mentoring vs coaching and how to select the right coach.
To learn more about coaching in the project environment.
Gamification encompasses many elements that could be utilised successfully within a project management environment to create fun, motivate staff and increase productivity within project teams.
The principles of gamification are based around the ability to help create and sustain relationships between the user (employee) and a product (the project).
The results of a year-long study into the impact of gamification on project management are available for free to download.
The 130-page report from APM’s Thames Valley Branch Study Tour Team reviews best practice and consults with industry experts to look at how gamification can be used to motivate project teams.
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This series of webinars will introduce people to the, often poorly understood, system of work (the Earned Value Management System) that underpins good Earned Value Analysis (EVA) and enduring decisions. Here in this first webinar presented on Tuesday 29 September 2020, started with why a “good” Earned Value Management System (EVMS) and associated baseline is required to support valid Earned Value Analysis (EVA).
In the spotlight: the growing specialism of legal project management. Legal project management is a discipline attracting growing interest among corporate law firms, leading to greater professionalism among ‘accidental’ project managers, Association for Project Management (APM) can reveal.