Project is the official journal of the Association for Project Management (APM). Project journal represents the ‘Voice of the project community’. It is committed to developing and promoting professionalism in project, programme and portfolio management.
Project is distributed free to all APM individual members who will automatically receive the journal as a membership benefit. Download your Project journal pdf below:
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Latest issue: Summer 2019
The latest issue of Project – summer 19 – features a special report on Brexit: the inside story on project Calais.
In an exclusive Project report, the mayor of Calais and the boss of the port discuss how they have been preparing for the unknown ramifications of Brexit. It is a lesson in how to lead change through uncertainty and chaos for any project.
Also in this issue, project professionals share tips and advice in ‘Project Me’ on the best way to organise your time and workload, while outside of work, in ‘Beyond the job’, we learn how professional skills are being used for challenging personal projects – like swimming the English Channel.
Other highlights include how to work more flexibly, the benefits of a hybrid approach to managing projects and an insight into the world of immersive technology – more specifically, how project managers are reaping the benefits of new tech, using it as an innovative way to visualise projects in progress.
Inside this issue of Project – features a new look to the cover and articles inside.
The makeover is designed to help readers navigate the journal more easily – with clearly-defined sections and more space to enrich the reading experience.
Starting with News Analysis, including stories on HS2 and Elon Musk, it moves to a roundup of what’s going on in the PM Community before featuring cover star Emma Dutton, who managed projects in extreme conditions while operating in Afghanistan during the recent conflict with the Taliban.
Other features include a special report on new sectors, and a Peer-to-Peer section for professionals to share advice and learn from others.
Finally, there is the Offline section, designed to provide some light relief by taking an irreverent look at PM in popular culture.