APMG debate

Posted on 02 Oct 2020

The APMG sponsored debate on one of the core tenets of the Praxis Framework was attended by over 250 people from around the world. We debated the proposition that "This house believes that defining all forms of project delivery using artificial constraints such as project, programme, agile and waterfall is counterproductive." You can see the debate on YouTube now ... Read more.


Bill Duncan joins the Praxis Blog community

Posted on 11 May 2020

It is a pleasure to announce that renowned commentator on Project Management, Bill Duncan, has joined the Praxis Framework community by contributing his ideas and experience. The first few have been posted in our articles and blogs section https://www.praxisframework.org/en/resource-pages/... and we look forward to including many more. As with all articles and blogs, these will also be classified and cross-referenced on the resource pages to supplement the core topics of the ... Read more.


Virtual courses

Posted on 24 Apr 2020

As Bob Dylan said, the times they are a changing. Praxis Framework embraced the move to the digital world from its inception by putting an unrivalled range of project, programme and portfolio resources on-line. And now you can attend courses and take certifications without leaving the comfort of your own home. Just choose your preferred time zone.PM.Ideas, South Africa in May: https://pm-ideas.net/courses.php?course=217Training Byte Size, United Kingdom in July: https://www.trainingbytesize.com/product/praxis-framework-foundation-course/Raj Khanna Associates, India in May: ... Read more.


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