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Latest issue: Winter 2018
Inside this issue we celebrate the first tranche of Chartered Project Professionals (ChPPs).
In her interview, on page 20, APM chief executive Debbie Dore describes the ChPP landmark as “a coming of age” for APM and the wider profession.
She now fully expects it to go from strength-to-strength with more than 1,000 project managers awarded ChPP status over the next six months.
We also celebrate APM’s annual awards. Projects recognised with awards include the iconic Northern Spire road bridge, a scheme to prepare GCHQ for the impact of new legislation, and a social project providing care bags to children entering the foster care system.
See our coverage of all the awards – and reaction from the winners – on page 28.
This edition of Project celebrates anniversaries and unusual routes into the profession. As our panel discussion featuring seven female project leaders (page 20) makes clear, there are plenty who arrive in the profession via unusual routes and go on to make it.
As Deutsche Bank's Monica Sasso says: "I'm an engineer who works in banking." We also look at non-standard career paths into project management in more depth in our feature on accidental project managers.
The evolution of the APM Women in Project Management Specific Interest Group - now in its 25th year - would perhaps not have been foreseen by its founders, but it seems to be emblematic of the growth and development of the project management profession over that time.