IPA Project Profession and Standards
Above, (from left to right) Nick Borwell, Fiona Spencer, Tim Banfield, and Karina Singh. The Project Delivery Profession has been in existence for a decade now. It’s one of the youngest professions in government, and as you would expect it …
Our new guidance on the role of the senior responsible owner (SRO) describes the role of SRO and its relationship to other key leadership roles in major project delivery.
Matthew Gage, Deputy Director at Ministry of Justice, recent trip to Iceland to assist PMI with developing their next generation of certification for project delivery professionals across the globe: ‘something that will have a real impact on our growing profession’.
Our Project Delivery Conference was about helping us become fit for the future, and to ultimately improve delivering projects, now and in the future.
Missed our recent webinar on ‘Introducing the UK Government’s Project Delivery Standard’? Read the key points and find out how to watch the recording.
Whether you are an experienced project delivery professional or new to the profession – applying a Standard when leading and managing projects provides a consistent and common approach that empowers you to deliver.
When the Civil Service HR were in need of a highly skilled Project Delivery Professional, with first hand experience of running projects in the HR function, the Project Delivery Senior Brokering Service were there to help.
One year since the Project Delivery Capability Framework (PDCF) was launched, 6 months since the Government Online skills Tool (GOST) went live, and my 100th presentation of a framework that has had a considerable impact on the project delivery profession.
Charlotte Radford, Senior Brokering and Recruitment Manager, IPA tells us about current and future plans to strengthen the Governments Project Delivery Profession.