The Project Management Institute’s appeal to prevent the UK’s Association for Project Management from receiving a Royal Charter has been rejected, reports Pat Weaver, which means project management is to become a formal profession.
One of the best ways to ease into productivity is to make a to-do list because they force us to identify concrete, actionable goals and help us remember important information. Laura Newcomer takes us back to basics on task achievement.
What is the role of narrative and storytelling in reflective practice? How can these skills and tools be used to improve knowledge management across projects? Michael Morrison’s paper discuss the art of storytelling, leadership and more.
The way words shape people’s thinking can be very powerful. This power can be used for both good and bad and is an important element in effective communication, writes Dr Lynda Bourne. How can we use lessons from Nineteen Eighty-Four in our projects?
An information governance group is one mechanism to ensure a common language or standard definition of business words is used across the organisation. Cameron Johnson provides a case for how this group can be used in business intelligence projects.