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 Jean-Pierre Ullmo

Changepoint Launches Gartner ‘Cool Vendor’, barometerIT, In Europe

Changepoint Launches Gartner ‘Cool Vendor’, barometerIT, In Europe

Leading SaaS solution for integrated portfolio planning and analysis to form major tenet of Changepoint’s new Business Execution Management Platform

Changepoint, a leading provider of business execution management solutions, is launching barometerIT, an innovative SaaS-based solution for enterprise portfolio management (EPM), in Europe. barometerIT enables organizations to accelerate business and IT transformation initiatives and better align strategy with execution in real time as updates and changes occur. The barometerIT solution is an integral part of […]

 Adrian Dooley

New comparative glossary from Praxis

New comparative glossary from Praxis

Praxis, the free on-line framework for managing projects, programmes and portfolios, has now launched its comparative glossary of P3 Management terms. The first edition compares and explains terminology from PRINCE2TM, the PMBoK® guide, ISO21500, the APM Body of Knowledge and Praxis. It also includes hundreds of common project management terms. Future editions will include other […]

 Lindsay Scott

Full programme announced at Project Challenge 6th-7th October 2015

Full programme announced at Project Challenge 6th-7th October 2015

The full programme of presentations and seminars has been released from Project Challenge today. Project Challenge is premier expo show for the project management in the UK and takes place at Kensington Olympia in London on the 6th and 7th October, 2015. Registration for the event is free and features over 40 presentations from industry […]

 David Cotgreave

Balancing The IT Project Management Skills You Need With The Talent & The Resources You Have – Is PMaaS The Silver Bullet?

Balancing The IT Project Management Skills You Need With The Talent & The Resources You Have – Is PMaaS The Silver Bullet?

“To achieve success in all the projects that my Project Management Office is handling I need either an extra twenty staff or an extra twenty hours in the week.” Sound vaguely familiar? Not enough hands on deck, not enough time…? Perhaps you find that your Project Management capabilities are lacking? It could be that it’s […]

 Adrian Taggart

Does One Size Really Fit All or Do Supplier Organizations Deserve a Bespoke Suit?

Does One Size Really Fit All or Do Supplier Organizations Deserve a Bespoke Suit?

It is gratifying to note just how far project management has developed as a management discipline in its own right over recent years. I believe that much of this is driven by the clarity and focus demanded by the modern definitions of projects that have evolved. ‘A temporary endeavour undertaken to create a unique product […]

 Lindsay Scott

Autumn Project Challenge – First Sessions Announced

Autumn Project Challenge – First Sessions Announced

Project Challenge returns to London on the 6th and 7th October 2015 at London Olympia. The first seminars for the show have just been announced. Registration is free and is now open, please register to attend: Managing Agile, Waterfalll and Hybrid projects within the Portfolio with Jon Lewis, Director, Ninth Wave Ninth Wave has extensive […]

 Jean-Pierre Ullmo

Limber up: Are Project Managers getting Agile?

Limber up: Are Project Managers getting Agile?

Jean-Pierre Ullmo, VP EMEA Sales at Changepoint It can be tough to keep up with buzzwords in the project management world: in recent years we have seen ‘scrum teams’ using ‘game theory’ tactics to play ‘zero sum games’. A phrase that has risen to prominence recently is Agile. Familiar to those working in IT, the […]

 Paul Naybour

Roehampton master’s qualification given official accreditation by APM

Roehampton master’s qualification given official accreditation by APM

The Association of Project Management has just given its formal backing to the University of Roehampton’s MSc in Project Management, after confirming the qualification is now officially accredited. The association is the largest professional body in its field in the UK, and the accreditation provides a sought after official sign of quality and relevance to […]

 Luke S

Project management tips in the finance sector

Project management tips in the finance sector

The financial sector is complex, fast-moving, and the stakes are high. For anyone operating in this world, a good project manager is vital. When overseeing operations that could potentially involve billions of pounds worth of stocks and shares, business equity or other assets, a team leader has to have a clear, cool head and the […]

 Paul Naybour

Property development: becoming your own project manager, or hiring in outside help?

Property development: becoming your own project manager, or hiring in outside help?

Managing the development of a property can be a complicated process. If you have prior experience, it is understandable that you may want to be more involved than someone with very little or no experience. Regardless of experience, it can be a lot of work. Here are some things to keep in mind when making […]

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