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Talking About Project Management to the Ugandan Young Leaders

This is a really nice video from our archive when we were working closely with a charity to deliver project management in Uganda. On a visit to Uganda last week, Rob Newman (the Tag Rugby Trust Treasurer) had a heart warming chat with the Uganda young leaders about project management. As part of our fundraising, […]

12 things you should know about PMQ (APMP)

APM – Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is the flagship qualification of the Association for Project Management. Tens of thousands of project managers have chosen to obtain the internationally recognised International Project Management Association Level D certification. If we can help with your professional development – let us know and we will let you know how […]

A Practical Guide to Project Planning: Ten Key things

Ten things that will you find in the Practical Guide to project planning – a step by step guide that you won’t find in otherplanning books: It is written with you in mind! We are not expecting you to be a guru, building the Olympic Park or managing High Speed 2, everyday projects are hard enough […]

Establishing Project Objectives

We wrote the planning book because we saw so many organisations struggling with the quality of their planning. Schedule problems normally happen because of a lack of preparation in the early stages of the project rather than issues with the schedule itself. We hope that these extracts will help to give you some ideas on how […]

Ever wondered why your projects mysteriously go wrong, when it was all looking so good?

When you did your project management training, how much did you do on planning ? Well here is an indication,  APM PMQ has around half a day on planning, and PRINCE2 doesn’t really cover it at all. That is why we wrote the book, to fill the gaps and help you to be more successful […]

Fresh Look: Investment Logic Mapping

Investment Logic Mapping (ILM) was all the rage a few years ago but it has been lost in time. It originated in Australia and provided an approach to developing the justification for a business investment. ILM is a brilliant way to understand the problem, think about the outcomes and clarify where the costs and benefits […]

Establishing Project Priorities

We wrote the planning book because we saw so many organisations struggling with the quality of their planning. Schedule problems normally happen because of a lack of preparation in the early stages of the project rather than issues with the schedule itself. We hope that these extracts will help to give you some ideas on how […]

Planning – Back to Basics

Aspire Europe Ltd has been at the heart of developing  best practice for the last 15 years as lead authors of MSP(R), P3M3(R) and a range of other books. Recent work on maturity assessments using P3M3® has shown that many organisations have a fundamental weakness when it comes to planning their changes. Based on the […]