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The theme for the APM Project Management Conference 2016 will explore how the project profession can transform into one recognised as being world class. It will consider how to create a world-class mindset and how that can transform you, your organisation and our profession.

In a competitive, globalised and connected world, the challenge to set new standards of achievement grows exponentially. How do we go beyond good practice, beyond best practice and all the way to world class when delivering change?

You can register for the next APM Conference and read more by going to https://www.apm.org.uk/Conference

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