The Association for Project Management (APM)’s new Body of Knowledge published on 2 May 2019 is an exciting development. On one hand, it’s much more readable than previous Body of Knowledge’s. On the other, it’s no longer designed to dip into – it’s a “read start-to-finish” kind of document. Purchase from: https://www.apm.org.uk/book-shop/apm-body-of-knowledge-7th-edition/ (permission APM) Is […]
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An Age of Benefits and Value Management?
Project Management is an ancient profession – we can certainly trace it over 1,000 years, although project managers would have been called “Administrators”, or “Architects”. Project Management as a discipline goes back at least 100 years, as does the Iron Triangle. I argue on the APM (Association for Project Management) website https://www.apm.org.uk/blog/an-age-of-benefits-and-value-management/ that Project Management […]
Procurement for Benefits and Value
When you are contracting to buy, what are you hoping to buy? The specific thing you asked for? Or would you like a bit of innovation? And how can you help your prospective suppliers to innovate in ways that add value? Ideally, you need a way to tell your prospective suppliers what the solution Must […]