APM’s Monthly Monitors are a convenient way to quickly gain an insight into what is happening across the project profession.
The Monitors include developments in politics and policy, professional and research reports and insights, as well as project management research and APM publications.
Latest issue: Monthly Monitor July 2018
Summary: National Infrastructure Assessment, Heathrow airport expansion, Latest apprenticeship statistics, Apprenticeship levy update, Reports and publications, APM forthcoming.
Summary: Grenfell Tower tragedy, Industrial strategy, Digital railway strategy, Head of the civil service and the importance of project management, Reports and publications and APM forthcoming
Summary: Artificial intelligence sector deal, T levels and human capital, Digital tech transforming the financial and related professional services industry, Reports and publications and APM forthcoming
Summary: National Apprenticeship Week 2018, creative industries sector deal, anniversary of the digital strategy, reports and publications and APM forthcoming.
Summary: Apprenticeship starts update, the Institute for Apprenticeships, Government response to the Taylor review, reports and publications and APM forthcoming.
Summary: Sector deals, Brexit, cabinet reshuffle, Sir John Armitt, reports and publications and APM forthcoming
Summary: The autumn budget 2017, the industrial strategy white paper, apprenticeships update, reports and publications and APM forthcoming.
Summary: Labour and Conservative party conferences, reports and publications and APM forthcoming.
Summary: Independent Review and Public Enquiry: Grenfell Tower and Brexit updates.
Summary: General election 2017 and The Queen’s Speech, Westminster, Reports and publications - Professional bodies/Think tanks/Other, Reports and publications – from PM, APM Research and Policy Outputs, APM forthcoming
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