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APM qualifications: new videos

What benefits can the refreshed APM qualifications offer to you or your organisation? You can now hear the opinions of candidates and corporate representatives in their latest videos (after the jump): 28 more words


4 Reasons To Use APM Tools

The following are four reasons why you should utilize Application Performance Management (APM) tools:


APM products ensure that bottom line costs are controlled through monitoring and discovery. 246 more words

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APM - Chartered update

We have recently received the following update from APM:

Chartered update:

In February 2013, Association for Project Management (“APM”) was informed that, in his role as the Lead Privy Council Adviser in this matter, the Minister for the Cabinet Office had decided to recommend that a Royal Charter should be granted to APM. 182 more words


The Benefits Of Converged Network And Application Performance Management

A converged Application Performance Management (APM) and Network Performance Management (NPM) solution gives organizations actionable information to resolve the most challenging performance concerns in minutes — it doesn’t matter if the slowness originates in the network, infrastructure, application logic, servers, database or other areas that compromise performance. 1,359 more words

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The Women in Project Management 2014 National Conference

On Thursday 25th September 2014 The APM Women in Project Management 2014 National Conference will be taking place.

We have received the following news about this event: 278 more words


PMI Challenge to APM Application for Royal Charter: dismissed

We reported in a News Digest post back in April 2014, that PMI had challenged APM’s application to the UK Privy Council by way of a Judicial Review, as per this… 107 more words


Having no plan beats a bad plan

We walk a careful line between control and interference. Let things run loose, without direction and schedule, cost and scope all suffer. Exert too much control and it stifles people, strangles creativity, and hurts schedule, cost and scope. 15 more words