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Training Research and Job Fair

I’ve spent the last week researching the plethora of companies offering training in the Association of Project Management’s Fundamentals Qualification Certificate as well as training in Prince2 Foundation and Practitioner. 222 more words

Project Management

Naturally manage your tasks & collaborate with your team

Quire – naturally manage your tasks & collaborate with your team, in simple UI

Work smarter – project management tools for better business practice

Project management tools can help individuals or teams to achieve more in less time. 669 more words

Confidence assured

Integrated assurance – what is it, why do it and do you need it? Association for Project Management, the largest professional body of its kind in Europe, says it should not be an optional extra but an essential part of good governance.

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Project Management

The Quanum Nova Quadcopter

I’m getting more into FPV, but it’s hard to find enough time for the planes. I have to go to a place where I can send them up, and make sure that there isn’t anything I can fly into etc, so I was thinking that a quad might be a better platform for the short afternoon flights. 1,141 more words

RC Planes And Helicopters

To Be or Not To Be {Agile}

The concept of Agile Project Management (APM) has been turning the heads of management teams across industries lately. This isn’t particularly surprising; who wouldn’t be interested in a business approach that promotes high speed, high quality, and high impact results? 1,078 more words

Business Planning

People and the feng shui of teams

People are flesh and blood. They are not pawns on a chessboard or, even worse, some sort of mechanical work machine!…

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Nanotechnology's Revolutionary Next Phase: A Conversation with Eric Drexler

Bruce Dorminey Contributor Forbes Technology

The term “nanotechnology” has been bandied about so much over the last few decades that even the researcher who popularized the term is the first to point out that it’s lost its original meaning. 1,444 more words