Published6th November 2018
Learning from Others to Improve Performance
Welcome to this second page of the Association for Project Management Scrapbook on Professionalism which explores the theme of learning from others to improve performance.
Ongoing learning and development from peers is very important in the context of project management; an activity that involves individuals working together, often across organizational boundaries, to achieve something that is innovative.
Learning from others to improve performance
In that context of the social learning and improved capability and performance, let’s explore a selection of personal stories from corporate and academic members of the Association for Project Management whose professional capability has been recognised by APM.
Click on the images to read the stories
Coming next month: Giving Back to the Profession
Tapping into the huge resources of the Association for Project Management volunteer community and exploring different ways to share skills, expertise and make a difference.