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.
Good project delivery is vital to turn policy into practice and deliver world-class public services that help improve the lives of citizens. We have made good progress over the last decade. Now is the time for us to shift up a gear, keep building momentum and make ours the greatest project system in the world.
Lessons learned from the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone and Safeguarding against Sexual Abuse might not be what you would expect to see on the agenda of a typical Project Delivery Conference, but this was not a typical conference.
With one week to go to enter the Association of Project Management’s Awards, now is the time to apply. Hear from Mark Geoghegan who won ‘APM Project Manager of the Year’ 2017 on what makes a great entry.
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.
Over 250 Project Delivery Professionals gathered to look outside our own experience, learn from each other, and most importantly make time to talk at the very first DWP Project Delivery Conference, Striving for Excellence.
Steve Vine, Head of Profession at the Ministry of Justice, 'Project delivery roles are amongst the most exciting and challenging in Government, and with the creation of the function we are developing a greater sense of identity and pride in the profession.'
If the projects are not successfully implemented, then the policy objectives are not delivered. How can we effectively cross the 'Valley of Death' between policy creation and policy delivery?