Female project managers discuss the routes they took into the profession and the contributions they make to their organisations
Professor Peter Morris calls for the project management community to mobilise against climate change
Help shape the future of APM and the profession, nominations for the 2015 APM Board Election are now open!
Major Projects Authority release third annual report, download here:
Author Mike Clayton in the blog
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