Downloads

You will find a wide range of articles free to download on this page alongside references to other sites which should prove useful.

Please do tell all your colleagues about this site and I would be delighted to receive any feedback on my contact form.

Project Agency – they provide great project management training courses that are tried and tested and practical

Project management training – an overview of what we can deliver – a list of programmes and events we can deliver for you. We can deliver to an individual to a group within the business

Project Management Training for Senior Managers – a document that describes the types of training we can provide for senior managers

“Soft skills” training for project staff – we run a  wide range of soft skills events. Some are listed in this document.

Identifying and Managing Risks – a practical process for identifying and managing risks complete with your own risk template.

From Ready-Fire-Aim to Ready-Aim-Fire – a White Paper that guides you into looking at your organisation when introducing project management

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Project Management Templates – free! – save time, save money and save stress! 14 free project management templates

The Perfect Project – over 10,000 people have attended this event. A two day tried and tested and practical event. – with a great testimonial on the front page!

Our Approach to Project Management – 3 stage model – a description of our approach to developing those involved in delivering projects

Developing your own project management system – a unique approach to developing your own project management system for your organisation.

Your 1st Project! – If you are delivering your first project, this article is for you

Always in Meetings – an article designed to improve your project meetings

63 Free Project Management Tips – tried and tested and practical tips to help you deliver on time, every time

Managing Project Changes – a process for ensuring you manage changes with links to two templates

Don’t forget the stakeholders – find out how the wicked witch can influence your projects – unless managed effectively

Having a project support office – the case for a project support office

Which course should I attend? – A simple process for helping you decide which course staff should attend, including senior managers!

Project governance-having a robust monitoring and control system – some suggestions for monitoring and controlling your projects

An annual report on projects – a challenging article by Mark Mardell that suggests companies should provide an annual report on their projects in the same way company accounts are provided

Success-public sector projects can work – a report by the British Computer Society showing that the public sector can successful IT projects

Role of senior managers’ in projects – we all have a role to play in projects, including senior managers. This article describes what senior managers ought to do.

17 MUST ask questions – a simple to read article by Adele Somers

Learning from projects – Jerry points the way ahead – 128 lessons for you to look through. We give you 9 and the optiuon of reading the rest. There are some great ones!

5 Key Tips for Delivering Your Projects – deliver effectively with these 5 key project tips

Rethinking project management – an excellent report by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Council

The 5 dumbest things a project manager can say – if you are a project manager, this may be quite a challenge to you!

Managing programme work in a matrix environment – this PowerPoint presentation by Ned Newton gives a good view of how to manage programmes

The strategic role of project management- Author Don Wessells argues the need for organisations to consider using project management as a strategic critical tool.

 

2007 People Deliver Projects Survey – this 2007 survey (summary report) carried out research among 160 project managers, programme managers and sponsors. A good read.

How to spot a failing project – Scott Johnson interviewed for CIO Magazine

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