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Programme Management

‘I pity the fool’ that doesn’t value their B.A.

OK, the Mr T reference may be wasted on anyone under 30 but in IT Project Management your 'B.A.' is as much a key...

IR35 – how to avoid Public Sector IT talent shortages

When the Government announced changes to IR35 and off-payroll working rules for public sector workers like IT contractors, a wave of confusion rippled through...

Kissing lots of frogs is no way to find your PrinceII – why specialist IT recruitment has the edge

In many respects, the way a specialist IT recruitment firm will go about the business of securing the right talent will not differ greatly...

How the experience of failed project managers could be the key to developing a great one?

What makes a great IT Project Manager? You'll have read many posts on the subject. I have too. This week, , ‘Never, ever fear failure. Seven...

Heading up a private equity business

Private equity, or venture capital, is an investment made on the strength of rigorous analysis with clear intention and purpose. Private equity investment firms...

New technologies revolutionise Kanban

Experts agree that as the world becomes fully connected, a non-stop, always-on communicative environment is changing the way we live and work, making project...

Projects and programmes – is the difference all in the mind?

I was recently reading an essay by the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins. In it, he observes peoples’ inclination to assign information into discrete ‘pigeon-holes’...

Dynamic Project Planning For Increased Productivity and Flexibility

Every project starts with a well defined plan and schedule. But the reality offers a lot of uncertainty so the project may very well...

How to Suffer Successfully

How to Suffer Successfully, is the title of chapter four in Alain de Botton’s first book of philosophy, How Proust Can Change Your Life....

Stakeholder Management Maturity

Ethical management and corporate governance are about balancing the competing needs of all of the organisations stakeholders, balancing long and short term goals and...

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Project Management Lessons learnt from Covid Holiday Disruption

The very definition of Holiday (Noun - an extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one spent away from home or in travelling), is an entirely flexible parameter to work within, so how do we adapt? And what Project Management lessons are to be learnt from this summer?

Project management for the ‘new normal’

We live in strange times. Who would have thought last year that 2020 would be the year of Covid-19, the year of...

Long-Term Strategies To Help Manage Your Team Remotely

The world has changed profoundly since COVID-19. No one saw a global pandemic coming but now isn’t the time to panic. Instead,...

10 Steps for Planning and Implementing a Successful Branding Project

Your brand is perhaps your most valuable asset. It defines your organisation’s reputation and visibility in the market. The strength of your...

4 Ways AI is Transforming How We Manage Projects

Project management is more than a simple planning of phases. It is an extremely dynamic function. Companies hire project managers to provide...
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