Knowing when to pull the plug on a failing project is never easy, yet signs of impending disaster are often present at the outset when best practice can increase the chances of success
Project Management 2015
For years the project management profession has been beset by niggling problems. Not fully accepted as a separate profession, it has been starved of talented recruits with the right mix of skills. But, in a rapidly changing landscape, it is clear that project leaders focused on lean processes and agile business practices will succeed. This report examines key trends in project delivery and leadership, spotting the signs of a failing project, Britain’s most successful megaprojects and top tools for project managers
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As the value of project management is increasingly recognised in both the private and public sectors, what are the emerging global trends crucial to project delivery?
Project managers are inundated with software systems, apps and add-ons to make their lives easier
Being nimble and quick in business is crucial as the pace of change accelerates relentlessly and agile project management takes the lead