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7 Deadly Sins – Business Case

Continuing our series of blogs entitled Seven Deadly Sins that lead to regular and highly predictable failure on range of topics. Today we are focusing on Business Case Management, an organisational ritual that doesn’t seem to stem the tide of failure despite the enormous amounts of time spent preparing them. Failing to maintain the business […]

Our New Kid on the Block – APM Project Management Qualification

When we sat down to design our APM PMQ eLearning course a year ago, we decided not to follow the standard approach of converting our existing face-to-face course, but to create something really special. Rod Sowden, Aspire Europe MD said “Back in the day, when I did the PMQ equivalent, it was one of my […]

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 […]

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 […]

Programme Management, Mountaineering and Leadership Denial

One of the interesting lessons that has intrigued us over the last year has been the role of leadership in relation to programmes. How many of you have worked on a programme where a major risk has materialised, but the programme board have been in denial? We don’t normally think of programme management and mountaineering […]

Setting Project Tolerances

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 […]