I’m Teri Okoro - Chair of APM’s Women in Project Management SIG, founder and director of a construction design and project/programme consultancy, member of the construction industry council diversity ...
Please introduce yourself and your relationship with The Glass Breakers Deanne: I’m Deanne Earle, a Project Consultant specializing in delivering business technology projects and Director of Unlike ...
Please introduce yourself and your relationship with The Glass Breakers networking group. I’m Lindsay Scott, Director of Arras People, a project management recruitment and careers specialist in the U...
Please introduce yourself, The Glass Breakers project and your inspiration behind setting it up. You must have felt that there was a particular need to create awareness about the challenges women face...
Read the interview with Naomi Caietti, founder of The Glass Breakers women’s network Read the interview with Lindsay Scott, Director of project management recruitment specialist Arras People Read th...
I had the idea of putting a project management book shelf together based upon the favourites of the online project management communities. The thing that I and my colleague Alison found interesting w...
It’s a year ago since I last wrote about the inexorable rise of PRINCE2. Back then, I wrote that 2012 has seen the greatest number of PRINCE2 exams ever taken – with more than 144,000 exams being sat....

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PRINCE2 Practitioner is the second level of the PRINCE2 qualification scheme, and one which is increasingly specified as a requirement in job advertisements. On passing the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam a...

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Recently I was invited to speak and represent PRINCE2 on the Sensible Project Management Google+ hangout, a weekly video discussion organised by the Sensible Project Manager himself; Mark Phillipy. Jo...
My colleague Alison is an active member of the project management online social communities, so networking with project managers is a daily part of her routine here at Knowledge Train. The Google+ com...