Projects taking on guns for hire

Waiting for an interview

Project-based assignments, employing temporary specialist staff, are becoming increasingly widespread and offer opportunities as well as challenges, writes Dan Matthews

New recruits for new projects

As the demands on project professionals grow and employers have to work harder to recruit and retain talent, more companies are seeing the benefits of Association for Project Management corporate accreditation

Team spirit breeds star players

Getting the best from staff requires skilful management, backed by training and support, as Chris Johnston discovers

Whole-life management

Amey champions whole-life asset management around the world

Ukrainian IT powerhouse

Ukraine is set to hit the headlines for reasons other than Crimean turmoil, says Ciklum’s Torben Majgaard

Building a first-class procurement function

Few companies know how to develop a premier procurement department, essential to maximise efficiency, buy the best products and profit from new ideas in the marketplace, writes Leo King

Which is more important: process or talent?

Can you afford to choose between people and process for sustainable business growth in the 21st century? Two business leaders present the case for each

Innovating in ever-faster world

The pace of change is quickening as successive technological breakthroughs accelerate innovation, writes Charles Orton-Jones