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More than ever, expertise and experience in Project Management is a business critical skill and professionals certified in best practice that provide the skills to master the pace of change are fast becoming indispensable.

  • 97% of employers and 84% of individuals say that professional certifications lead to higher workplace efficiency, higher employee satisfaction, greater workplace transparency (source: AXELOS: The Power of Professional Certification)
  • 87 Million PM Professionals are needed by 2027 (PMI: Project Management Job Growth and Talent Gap 2017–2027)
  • Organizations that use proven PM practices waste 28 times less money (CIO magazine)

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Target audience:

Anyone who is or is interested in Project, Portfolio and Programme Management, Agile and/or Change Management/Business change.


About the speaker:

Dr Ian Clarkson, Project & Programme Management Practice Director, QA
Dr Ian Clarkson is a highly experienced consultant, author, trainer and speaker with over 20 years’ experience in project management, organisational change and learning. Ian has worked with some of the world's largest organisations in all sectors. He was an author of the APM BoK 6 and a referenced reviewer to the most recent update to the PRINCE2 and MSP publications. Ian was on the technical advisory board for the development of the APM Higher Apprenticeship in Project Management, and also for the update to the APM suite of certifications for BoK 6. Ian is a regular blogger, podcaster, and contributor to the APM as well as the Project Manager Today magazine. Ian is passionate about helping organisations improve PPM delivery, and encouraging the next generation of PPM professionals. When he’s not helping organisations transform Ian reads the latest articles and research on the topic. Maybe he should just get out more instead!