As we draw to the end of 2009 there is some relief the year is over. Despite a noticeable increase in the number and range of opportunities coming through in Q4, the recruitment market for programme and project management remains generally slow. Indeed the Report On Jobs, published by the REC and KPMG, showed a marginal increase in permanent and temporary staff appointments generally, but the demand for PPM professionals, particularly within construction and engineering, remains weak. Read the rest of this entry »
Apologies for the convoluted title of this article, the good news is that the concepts are a lot more digestible than the title!
In my previous article I outlined some of the benefits to be derived from using “out of the box” SharePoint workspaces with Project Server. In this article I will explore the potential of SharePoint workspaces to deliver even more value to mature project management processes. Read the rest of this entry »
This paper written by Robert Buttrick explores the challenges faced by organisations seeking to optimise their total portfolio of projects through the effective combination of project management, sponsorship and portfolio management. Read the rest of this entry »