Know the rules to break the rules.
Stephen Carver is rated as one of the top 3 lecturers at one of Europe’s top MBA Business Schools. He has a reputation of taking complex management concepts such as Project, Programme Change and Crisis Management and being able to distil them down, into highly informative and fast moving lectures – often using “storytelling” techniques. His attitude is “if you haven’t done it – you shouldn’t be teaching it!”
Unusually, for an academic, he has actually has spent most of his working life in real business and still runs his own, highly successful, project management company.
Moonpig case study
Amanda Colpoys is head agile coach at Moonpig and gives an overview of Moonpig's Agile journey.
Agile within HR
Peter Cheese, CEO of the CIPD, is recognised as a consultant, speaker and writer in the field of human capital and organisation.
Calvin Morriss on Jonny Wilkinson's character
Calvin Morriss is senior high performance consultant for World Rugby, the sport’s International Governing Body. Calvin has spent almost thirty years in elite sport.
The Project Management Coaching Workbook - Six Steps to Unleashing Your Potential
by Susanne Madsen
Programme Management ... A Single Point Of Truth
Patrick Kennerson is programme controls director of Mott MacDonald's programme and commercial management division
Case Study: Routines for success. Organising for innovation and collaboration
Simon Addyman discusses routines for success.
What is the role of politics in project management?
Isabel Dedring says typically those involved in projects and project management see politics as a necessary evil or an annoyance. But can politics be understood and managed, or even used to accelerate projects and deliver better outcomes?
Heathrow T5 Risk Management - David Hancock
The head of risk at T5 outlines the novel approach to risk management.