“Doctors said they found no brain damage – not even any swelling,” Hammond told church congregants on Easter. “No spinal damage, no nerve damage ”¦ doctors are saying it is truly a miracle.”
Parliamentary committee criticises slow growth in minority representation, with ‘little evidence the gap is closing’
A devastating epidemic is leaving a trail of broken hearts and broken dreams in its wake. What is this tragic outbreak? It’s the epidemic of disappearing fathers, who are sorely needed.
Has Nigeria Become the World’s Junk –Yard of Abandoned and Failed Projects Worth Billions
The project management landscape is changing with an increased emphasis on productivity, reporting, and information technology. A number of studies have been completed that look into the success and failure rates of projects.
It’s a tough figure to swallow: 66% of enterprise software projects end in failure. Research highlights that only one in eight information technology projects can be considered truly successful (failure being described as those projects that do not meet the original time, cost and (quality) requirements criteria).
Small projects often embody more innovation than larger more costly or high profile ones.
Project Journal identifies a handful of megaprojects initiatives that are physical, very expensive, and public.
Project Journal had the privilege of interviewing AXELOS previous CEO Peter Hepworth. Peter provided us with an insight into his role and AXELOS as a whole in October 2015.
For the first time, millions of professionals across the globe qualified in ITIL ®, PRINCE2 ® and PRINCE2 AgileÃ¢”ž¢ will be able to track and record their professional development through a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme as part of the new AXELOS Professional Development Programme, which launches today.