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Paul Naybour

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Paul is a project management consultant and account manager with particular expertise in the analysis, process development, and implementation of change program management, risk management, earned value management, and bespoke project management training development and delivery. Paul is the Business Development Director of the company Parallel Project Training

APM Takes Significant Step Towards Chartered Status

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The Association for Project Management has just announced a significant step toward the award of chartered status. The Privy Council considered the application at its meeting on 12 October 2016 and has now issued an Order of Grant. This has triggered a process which will see the association awarded a Charter, …

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Project Management Hints and Tips


The life of a project manager isn’t as easy as teammates would believe. A lot is needed to succeed as a project manager. Professional qualifications are a must but personal qualities can also make or break a project manager’s career. Here are some helpful tips for project managers to succeed …

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A sustainable economic recovery needs project management


Project managers have a critical role in the delivery of sustainable growth, that is to say, productivity led growth, rather than growth based on consumer consumption and increased borrowing. Organisations (in both the public and private sector) need confidence before they will commit to new infrastructure, manufacturing facilities and IT …

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RAG Status Reporting with LightningReports


Sometimes it is very strange things happen in patterns. A few weeks ago was talking to one of my clients about status reporting and the use of traffic lights. Initial conversation was about how difficult it is to decide when to make a project RED. She was saying the project managers …

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GrowthAccelerator Leadership & Management Grants


Eligible companies that are accepted onto GrowthAccelerator (now part of the Business Growth Service) are able to access £2,000 of match-funded training grants towards the leadership and management training of eligible senior managers within the business. This “Leadership & Management” grant is available to small and medium businesses with an …

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