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Program Framework: A look back at 2015

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This marks our final blog for 2015, and we’re happy to say it’s been a fantastic year. We’ve been lucky to attend so many brilliant events over the last twelve months, and we’re thrilled we’ve been able to meet so many people who value project management as much as we do.

So, by way of a celebration we thought we’d recite our Top Moments of 2015 (in no particular order, of course!) Continue reading >>

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Project Control Expo at the Emirates Stadium – 13th October

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The largest international Project Controls event

It seems October is the perfect month for Project Management enthusiasts. Shortly after our trip to Project Challenge (which we spoke about in our last post), we will be heading to Arsenal for the Project Control Expo. The conference is another great opportunity to discover the latest advancements in the world of Project Management, this time with a focus on exploring the domain of Project Controls.

You can view the event brochure for a full run-down of what’s taking place throughout the day. Continue reading >>

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Project Controls: What is it and why is it important?

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Project Management (PM) is a crucial role in any organisation that carries out large scale and complex projects. With often huge sums of money, extensive resources and complicated processes, the professionals who run these undertakings take on enormous pressures and responsibilities. Nonetheless, there are few things as rewarding as watching a major construction finalised, a merger or expansion achieved or a campaign completed successfully. Not many careers offer the satisfaction of seeing something you’ve steered from initial idea, to the planning stages, the actual carrying out of the project and finally, its completion. The sense that a concrete thing has been done – and that it’s thanks to your planning – is second to none. Continue reading >>