Managing projects on a global scale requires high levels of expertise in five core areas. Nick Martindale lists the project management skills every leader should know
Project Management 2014
In a world where technology, connectivity and workforce mobility are the norm, businesses of all sizes are faced with ensuring consistent success in project delivery. Yet current project management approaches result in the proposed schedule and budget being missed in a third of cases. This report explores how capitalising on mobile and cloud technologies, risk management best practice and key developments in recruitment will ensure businesses derive maximum value from project investment in 2014.
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Knowing when a project is going wrong, seeing the early warning signs of failure, is a valuable skill when mitigating risk and losses, as Amy Hatton reports
There are dozens of fabulous software packages for project management, but which one is right for you? Charles Orton-Jones offers a guide
There is a revolution underway in project management. It isn’t about changing what is done, but how it is done, says Stephen Cavanagh, who is a vice president of the Management Consultancies Association