What do I look for when recruiting PMO resources? by Mark Readman (PMO Director/ Head of Governance at GSK)

Mark Readman, PMO Director / Head of Governance, Reporting & Portfolio Management at GSK has recently published his book 'The IT PMO Career - A Roadmap Through to Management', to // // a.mxe)&&f){a.ec++;a.ter.push(f);b=b||{};var...

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Developers in demand - Contact Jenrick IT for job opportunities immediately available

Jenrick IT, specialist IT recruiter, has reported an increased demand for IT developers as innovation continues to drive the UK economy forward. Key demand skills are; .Net, C#, Java, C++ and php. Matt Hancock, Recruitment Consultant at Jenrick IT commented:  “Right now, there is a particular...

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Why projects fail (Part 2): business readiness - by Cliff Moyce (Independent Management Consultant)

My article last year on ‘Why Projects Fail’ referred to projects that were ill conceived, poorly defined, lacking in customer need, had vague or unreliable sponsorship, and needed stronger governance.  In this article I touch on one of the other reasons why projects fail - namely business...

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Chopping up Code - by Matt Hancock at Jenrick IT

My name is Matt Hancock and I have worked as a recruitment consultant for Jenrick IT, an IT recruitment agency, for many years. I was inspired to write this Blog as I was chatting to a senior developer I know about a candidate applying for a junior C# development role who is self-taught in both...

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The Muda Diet - waste 2 of 7: Inventory waste, or; ‘why you should eat your ice cream and why you shouldn't keep it in your deep freeze’ – by Gary Sage (Transformation Director)

In this article we are going to briefly explore the second waste of lean – today, we will treat In-Process Inventory and Partially Done Work as a waste category, and we will discuss some ways to identify and deal with it. Remember the first principle of lean is to: “eliminate any activity in...

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The Muda Diet - Waste 1 of 7: Transportation waste and why driving an ambulance in a bus lane can constitute a criminal offence - by Gary Sage (Transformation Director)

In this article we are going to briefly explore the first waste of lean – below we will treat Transport waste as category, and we will discuss some ways to identify and deal with it. Remember the first principle of lean is to: “eliminate any activity in your process that does not add value to...

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NEARLY a fifth of workers plan to move to a new job in 2014

A brief read of CITYA.M.'s website this morning gave us all a quick snapshot of the fact that NEARLY a fifth of workers plan to move to a new job in 2014. Here is the article on the website: NEARLY a fifth of workers plan to move to a new job this year as the UK labour market continues to...

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