Yes. Project management is evolving, and some of this evolution is propelled by the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into its core mechanisms. We need to understand the changing role of project managers in this AI-embedded landscape because change is constant and project management stands as a pivotal force in navigating this flux.
Networking is the cornerstone for any budding project professional looking to carve their path in this dynamic field. It provides a platform for us to connect, learn, and stay abreast of the latest industry developments. Whether you’re exploring new career opportunities, looking for advice, or aiming to establish meaningful connections, networking has a pivotal role in career development and job searches.
Apprenticeships can be valuable when you’re still in your early career (perhaps you’ve just finished school or university) leveraging apprenticeships can be a game-changer in your professional journey because they’re an excellent way to gain hands-on experience and develop your skills.
It can always be a little awkward trying to figure out how to approach a money question with your boss. But in the dynamic landscape of project management, negotiating a higher salary that reflects your worth can be a pivotal moment.
In project management, technical expertise lays the groundwork, but soft skills act as the catalysts for transformative change. Being a great project professional goes beyond understanding the technical skills required to deliver projects with success.
In the dynamic landscape of modern business, project management has evolved significantly, emphasising the crucial role played by Project, Programme and Portfolio Management Offices (PMOs). The PMO brings deployment support, process improvement and resource flexibility to any project-based organisation.
Finding your ideal job in project management is easy, you can take a look on our website right now, but securing that job in project management? This requires more work. The best way to start is by writing an effective CV that helps you stand out. It’s crucial for your CV to showcase your skills, qualifications and experiences that indicate you are the perfect fit for the project management role of your dreams.
With the press stuffed full of stories about ChatGPT, it seems the new artificial intelligence tool can do just about anything short of washing your clothes. But can it help you land the perfect project manager job? Read on to find out.
A three-day weekend sounds like catnip for project managers, but they might just be setting themselves up for a more stressful week.
The idea of a four-day work week, which has been making the headlines recently, is a relatively new idea, you may think. But the concept was coined by English social reformer Robert Owen, who in 1817 advocated for shorter work days.
At Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S), our purpose is to equip and support the UK military with the edge to succeed in the modern battlespace – now and in the future. We spoke to Programme Manager Buhe about her role and its impact for the nation.
For many project professionals, whatever their industry, the pandemic has brought a flurry of activity in the quest to reinvent and reposition organisations. After a few months of intense work, more than a few are facing burnout.
What responsibilities will you have as a project manager? What does the role actually involve? We talked to four younger project managers about their early career lessons – and how they were developing as project leaders.
Sohail Khan is a project manager on the Lloyds Banking digital colleague journey (DCJ) programme – TS3 Learning. He took an APM apprenticeship after deciding a law degree wasn’t for him and getting a job at Lloyds in their e-customer service department.
Luca Lowe always wanted a fall-back option, a route other than university. He was set to go and study business management, but he also wanted something else. He was looking for an apprenticeship, something that would really wow him. It had to be amazing if he was going to turn his back on university.
At Babcock we are working to create a safe and secure world, together. As an international defence company, we support and enhance our customers defence capabilities and critical assets through a range of product and service solutions. The breadth of our portfolio is wide and varied, we have a wealth of complex projects and draw on skills of some of the top project professionals in the UK and we are hoping that one day you will be a part of our team.
Life is packed with uncertainty. As a project manager, it’s your job to prepare for every eventuality, so why not extend this to your own career? Already working in the industry? Keen to get ahead of the competition?
LinkedIn can be a powerful tool to use in your job search – we take a deeper look into what it has to offer.
First things first, if you do not already have a LinkedIn account, then sign up for one here.