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APM publishes case studies of award winners and accredited organisations showing project management in practice. These are available to download, as well as the guides and whitepapers, below.
Study guides, books and ebooks are available to buy.
Conditions for Project Success
This independent research report sought to identify the core factors which lead to the successful delivery of projects, programmes and portfolios.
Salary and Market Trends Survey 2016
APM’s Salary and Market Trends Survey 2016 is the largest of its kind in the UK with insights from almost 5,000 project professionals across multiple sectors.
Salary and Market Trends Survey 2015
APM’s Salary and Market Trends Survey 2015 highlighted the ongoing success of the project management profession, with 70% of participants noting growth in their organisation.
Coaching in the Project Environment
Written by APM People Specific Interest Group (SIG) members and covering the growing phenomenon of coaching project individuals and project teams to achieve better results.
Introduction to Gamification
Gamification encompasses many elements that could be utilised within a project management environment to create fun, motivate staff and increase productivity within project teams.
Social Return on Investment (SROI): Benefits realisation
This SROI report describes a framework for evaluating services and projects where it isn’t immediately obvious how to quantify the financial return.
Practical Adoption of Agile Methodologies
The objective of this study was to understand the extent to which agile tools techniques and roles are practically put in place in corporate project management methodologies.
Innovation in Projects
The report features four finalists shortlisted for APM’s 2014 Project of the Year, all judged to have excelled in three key areas: project management, results, and innovation and lessons learned.
Learn about the people behind the projects, the projects they deliver and the organisations raising the bar of project professionalism.