The following statement from the UK Association of Project Managers about the Chartered Status, which they have been pursuing for many years. Statement: In August 2012, the then APM chairman Mike Nichols released a statement on behalf of the association restating its case for achieving Chartered status on behalf of the project management profession. The […]
Here is a link to a high octane vodcast (by our partners in Brisbane, CC Learning) outlining the key concepts in the PRINCE2 change theme. Enjoy the ride – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddnbjCJGz3w Why not take a look at our taster version of the PRINCE2 Foundation course?
Congratulations to our customers at Somerset County Council, achieving a 100% pass rate for their APMG Change Management practitioner qualifications. And well done to Robert Cole, our trainer, for helping them achieve a full house
Stand: 109/111 9.30 till 1pm – we have Team Animation asking the question: “Are you leading a VUCA project?”. For those who know what VUCA is, those who may think they do and for those who are intrigued – VUCA is an acronym for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous. Some possibly think it is only programmes […]
Aspire Europe has been growing and expanding since our “last stand” in 2010, so a few things you might like to find out about: Programme and project frameworks Frameworks have become big in our world, we have created a unique product called the Align Framework, which integrates the best of all the bodies of knowledge […]
Aspire Europe have taken a stand at Project Challenge (111 and 109) and we are looking forward to catching up with you at the event. Rod Sowden will be delivering 2 sessions in the main arena introducing the new version of P3M3 on behalf of Axelos and will be available on our stand for questions. […]
Aspire Europe are pleased to announce that they are now APM Corporate Members. Rod Sowden, Aspire Europe Ltd Managing Director, said “This is overdue on our part, many of our team are individual members but we think it is important for our organisation to be seen as supporting the development of our profession. We have […]