The evolving definition of project ‘success’
In this episode, hosted by Project journal online editor Mike Hine, our topic is project success, and how the definition of success is evolving to fit the challenges of the 2020s and beyond. At a time when the country is looking to build back better post-pandemic, projects will play a major role in determining the UK’s economic future. They are truly vital to the UK’s success on many fronts. But with so much riding on these projects, we need to ensure they succeed.
Historically, projects have notoriously struggled to hit their targets. So perhaps it’s time to revisit the very notion of project success. What constitutes a successful project? What are some of the most fundamental factors that underpin success? And has the project profession moved beyond the age-old metrics of time, cost and quality?
Thanks to our panel of experts:
- Katie McConochie, founder of training consultancy Learn Change
- Mhairi Creanor, education and skills project manager at Zero Waste Scotland
- Aga Gajownik, founder of Scrum Educational Experience and Innovation & Integration
All of the contributors to this podcast are presenting at APM’s Power of Projects Conference, which runs from 7-11 June, with a focus on redefining project ‘success’ for a post-pandemic world.
Sign up or listen later on-demand at https://www.apm.org.uk/event/power-of-projects-2021/
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