Project manager, author, mentor
Elizabeth Harrin is a Fellow of the Association for Project Management in the UK. She holds degrees from the University of York and Roehampton University, and several project management certifications including APM PMQ. She first took her PRINCE2 Practitioner exam in 2004 and has worked extensively in project delivery for over 20 years.
Elizabeth is also the founder of the Project Management Rebels community, a mentoring group for professionals. She's written several books for project managers including Managing Multiple Projects.
0 (0) Projects are the future, a good portfolio office can influence and shape strategy and project management is the only way to holistically deliver improvements. If you have sat through any project management conference presentations or talked to someone evangelizing about the role of the PMO then you will have heard this stuff before….
0 (0) I thought I’d share with you the official write-up of the fab gala dinner at last week’s conference. They timed the speeches between the courses, so it meant people didn’t leave their dinners to get too cold while they went up to present or collect awards – only at a project management event…
0 (0) This is the video diary from Day 2 at the PMI Global Congress EMEA, 12 May 2015. How useful was this post? Click on a star to rate it! Submit Rating
0 (0) Here’s my video diary of the PMI Power Talks this week (about 4 minutes, safe for work). Hosted by the PMI UK Chapter in London, the Power Talks brought together 4 fantastic speakers for an afternoon of discussion and debate focused on strategy execution. How useful was this post? Click on a star…
0 (0) This episode of my video diary from Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, covers Day 2 of PMI’s Global Congress North America. Thanks to Kashif, Evelyn and Joe for taking part in this video. The animal quiz formed part of the keynote presentation by Stefan Swanepoel. You can find out which animal you are at whatanimalami.com….
0 (0) Back at the beginning of August I was tagged for this meme by Mike Ramm, over at Stop and Think! I have no idea where it started, but the rules for the 8 Random Facts About Me meme are: Each player starts with 8 random facts/habits about themselves which others do not know…