With several decades of experience, the practice has a number of project and business insights to share with a wider audience. Some are by way of commentary upon emerging trends, some are observational concerning business and project management practice, whilst others deal with technical matters.
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Real estate impacts in considering the “new world”. The paper looks at the impact on the office and residential sector in how we use real estate and asks us to consider what happens if a vaccine is not found soon …
“Planning for the Future” White Paper 2020
Last week the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government published its White Paper for consultation. We look at what it proposes and offer some observations…
Meeting the Government’s “Road to Zero Strategy” will result in 35 million electric vehicles on UK roads, but are EV’s are the right long-term solution?
Discusses a font designed by Stephen Banham at RMIT University to aid memory recall
Why do we need effective project governance and what should the governance regime include?
What is a “Body of Knowledge” and what significance does it have for practitioners and the profession?
Presenting an overview of risk. The paper asks the question: What is
Examines a range of definitions for “a project” from which a definition of “project management” is drawn
Why do projects fail? This paper looks at the extent of the problem and the reasons for it
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Contains topics of general business interest such as Risk Management and Business Continuity
Covers topics from a programme and project management perspective with reference, more specifically, to the Body of Knowledge
A “Pear-Shaped Project” is a project where the result was not necessarily what the sponsors hoped for or one impacted by external events. Such projects are not necessarily “failures”
Contains a series of posts looking at graphics, wayfinding and similar topics