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We in PMI UK have much experience of helping organisations to understand and make use of the many benefits of working with PMI. We have deep practical experience of using PMI offers and products in major corporations to improve competence, enhance professionalism and create structures to sustain progress.
We can help you to explain to senior management the impact of good project management and what PMI offers; improve your organisation’s capabilities to execute projects successfully through the deployment of PMI membership, practice standards and certifications; or help you motivate and develop high performing project teams.
We can run a PMI event at your premises or provide a speaker for your company Project Management conference.
There are many other ways collaboration may bring you benefits, see some examples here or contact us. Pick the brains of experienced volunteers to learn what is available, access ideas for how it might be used and consider the approaches other organisations have taken. PMI UK also offers real-world advice on what works with support to make a compelling business case and implement changes.
Chris Kane, BBC: Driving towards a digital future
Chief executive of BBC Commercial Projects Chris Kane talks about the importance of professional project management in the redevelopment of the BBC’s property portfolio.
Paul Jones, Fujitsu: The work of the PMO
The PMO (project or programme management office) helps management with reporting and decision making as well as supporting project delivery teams, says Paul Jones, head of PMO, Fujitsu UK & Ireland.
Julian Foster, Heathrow Airport: Communication is Key
The programme director at Heathrow Airport’s says that communication is a key skill for project managers, who must ensure that messages are delivered to the right people at the right time.
Terry Cooke-Davies, HSI: Portfolio management delivers business goals
Terry Cooke-Davies, PhD, group chair, Human Systems International, explains how portfolio management helps your organisation to deliver business goals, rather than pet boardroom projects.
Oliver Kirby-Johnson, KPMG: Effective change management
Oliver Kirby-Johnson, partner, KPMG, discusses how a well-thought-out and practical approach to change can help organizations handle complexity and uncertainty.
Iain Fraser, Projects Plus: How to Deal with Complexity
Iain Fraser, PMP, PMI Fellow, examines the role of the project manager in dealing with projects occurring in a complex environment. Mr Fraser is CEO of Project Plus Ltd. and past chair, 2006 PMI Board of Directors.
Sue Higgins, UK Department of Communities and Local Government: Change for the better with project management skills
Sue Higgins, finance and corporate services director general at the Department of Communities and Local Government, discusses the importance of using project management skills to deliver change efficiently.
Richard Wilson, Welsh Senedd: Finding Project Leaders
Organisations need to be developing project leaders and not just project managers, recommends Richard Wilson, a project leader for construction of the Welsh Senedd.
Richard Wilson, Welsh Senedd: Dealing with Risk
In the first of a new series on the role of project managers, Richard Wilson, who oversaw the completion of the Welsh Senedd (National Assembly building), highlights areas of risk and potential project failure.