Project Management

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Project Management one-liners that resonate outside the UK

I’ve been running Project Management workshops this week for a client whose headquarters is in France. They brought together people from France, Italy, Germany and the Benelux. It’s always interesting and challenging working out how colloquialisms I use in UK PM training work with non-UK audiences. Here are a few that seemed to translate and … Continue reading

Collaborative Planning with a Visual Look-ahead Plan

I’ve been facilitating some project management workshops with a client whose office is currently undergoing a major refurbishment programme. We talk about the different time horizons that need to be considered when planning a project. Thanks to the client’s Project Manager, I had the opportunity to visit the project office being run by BW, the … Continue reading

What makes public sector research and analytical project different (& difficult)?

I run a 2-day workshop on Programme and Project Management skills for public sector social researchers, economists and analysts. One of the day 1 discussions is around why their projects are uniquely challenging and how those challenges can be addressed. Here’s a recent workshop’s list of reasons: They are often sub-projects of others or contribute … Continue reading

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