Technical debt is more than a technical issue – its effect on major projects can be catastrophic as demonstrated by the major blow outs in cost and time on the £17.4billion London Crossrail project! Two papers looking at this insidious problem are now available to download:
The last major deliverable from Project Governance & Controls Symposium held in Canberra last month is complete! A core objective of PGCS is to make useful information available to the project management profession – our library is open to you and anyone you know who has an interest in project governance, management and controls. To support this aim, all of the available presentations (a few are not available for sharing) from the 2019 PGCS have now been uploaded to the PGCS on-line library. The quickest way to find a paper from this year’s symposium is at: https://www.pgcs.org.au/library/2019/.
While on the page, you can explore presentations and resources from the last 7 years a well. If you want more information on a specific subject, all available papers grouped into categories are available at: https://www.pgcs.org.au/library/library/
Our dedicated PMP website was closed in July 2019 based on advice from PMI issues in 2018 that the examination would change on 15th December 2019. We are not in a position to re-open this facility but all of our office systems are still supporting a range of candidates working to complete their course. Contact us to discuss your PMP training needs.