Association for Project Management

The Association for Project Management aim to develop and promote knowledge areas of project and programme management. They publish a number of fact sheets that can be applied to different project scenarios.

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Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
APM Member code of conduct 1999 Red
Body of knowledge. 4th edition (Awaiting copyright clearance for the 5th edition) 2000 Red
Contract strategy for successful project management - a guide for project managers on best practice for the procurement of goods and services 1998 Red
PRAM - Project risk analysis and management guide 1997 Red
Standard terms for the appointment of a project manager 1998 Red
Standard terms for the appointment of a project manager - Model C schedule of services 1998 Red
Standard terms for the appointment of a project manager - Model I schedule of services 1998 Red
Standard terms for the appointment of a project manager - Model M schedule of services 1998 Red
Standard terms for the appointment of a project manager - Model S schedule of services 1998 Red

 

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