The case for diversity in project management
Not so long ago, the biggest cohort of project managers was engineers close to retirement. Today, project management draws practitioners from all walks of life and diversity has proved beneficial for the discipline.
5 essential items for a project manager’s CV
When it comes to furthering your project management career, a well written professional CV is essential. Former recruiter Shilpa Nayyer shares five key things that employers and recruiters look for in project manager CVs.
The next generation of project managers
The next generation of project managers will not always tread a well-worn path from disciplines such as construction/engineering and IT/software as industries such as finance, health and design become thirsty for project managers. Deborah Singerman on why a diverse range of skills and experience is perfect for a project management career.
Understanding project management for professionals
Project management associations worldwide are at the forefront of the push to have project management recognised as a profession, but what does professional project management look like? asks Dr Lynda Bourne.
Project management under professional dispute
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.
Successful projects start with the right capability
“As the pace of change increases and there is a greater need for everything to be connected and available 24/7 wherever you are on any device, many organisations are struggling to maintain their performance due to manual or outdated processes and systems.” James Bawtree is the CEO of PMLogic, a company that specialises in strategy […]