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GPM’s PRiSM™ Practitioner Course Earns IPMA Accreditation

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Fort Wayne, US – GPM®, the world’s leading provider of sustainability based project management methodologies, professional development, and certification announced today that their PRiSM (Projects integrating Sustainable Methods) Practitioner Course has been accredited by the International Project Management Association (IPMA®) as a Registered Training Course. About the Course PRiSM™ Practitioner imparts …

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The APMP and change management


Getting APMP qualified via accredited project management courses is a wise investment for any project manager who is serious about their profession. Amongst other things, APMP will teach you that project management is all about change management, whether you realise it or not. From the word go, every project is …

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Successful projects with the help of APMP


Project management is becoming an increasingly competitive sphere, and for those who want to take their career seriously and achieve their long term goals, getting qualified in project management is a ‘must do’ task. The APMP qualification is a holistic project management qualification, which has been engineered to give you …

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Avoiding project failure with APMP


The APMP qualification is fast becoming one of the top qualifications for project managers, and the reason for this is that it teaches and cements in project professionals the skills and knowledge they need to ensure projects do not fail. Here are some of the most common reasons that projects …

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Successful negotiations and APMP


So you don’t think you have anything to do with negotiations? You think that’s a sales role, or something for a business development manager? Of course, you’re the project manager, so your job is to make things happen, not get involved with negotiating… right? Wrong. If you think about it, …

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Shard project director speaking at APM Conference

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Project director of the Shard, Western Europe’s tallest building, will be speaking at the APM Project Management Conference on 13th June in London. Turner and Townsend’s Robert Deatker oversaw the delivery of London’s most unique building as part of the £1.5bn London Bridge Quarter Development. Robert led the project team …

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Risk Management with APMP


The APMP qualification includes a great emphasis on risk management within a project, and shows project managers how they can effectively prepare for risks within the project environment. The benefits of being able to deal with risks in an effective and proactive way are immense, and companies could save a …

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The benefits of the APMP qualification


Project management training is a key component of any successful business. All businesses run projects, in one form or another, and having individuals with the skills and qualifications to run these projects successfully will be of great benefit to the organisation as a whole. By ensuring everyone is ‘singing from …

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Why take the APMP exam

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In the UK it is a very competitive business environment, and a person with management experience is usually highly sought after. Today there are a lot of project managers trying to compete for the best positions. The question is what can a person do to stand out from the rest …

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Is APMP the next step for your project management development.

APM hit the bulls eye

The very question of advancing your career degree or certification is no longer optional. In this world of highly competitive job market competition the option of making your resume stand out above others is a no brainier. The true facts is, that in today’s job market it will take every …

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