project management

Q&A: Adalbjorn Thorolfsson on IT project management in Iceland

The Icelandic Project Management Association was founded in 1984 by engineers and, as such, was initially focused on engineering projects. As project management evolved and became used in more sectors, such as information technology, healthcare, finance and the public sector, the composition of the members of the association and the board changed accordingly. Adalbjorn Thorolfsson…

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How poor IT project management failed Birmingham Oracle implementation

While experts have questioned why Birmingham City Council (BCC) chose to modify and adapt a new Oracle system rather than alter its own business processes – a decision that led to a £100m bill for taxpayers – a series of documents seen by Computer Weekly reveal project management failures over a number of years contributed…

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Closing the datacentre skills gap by tapping up career changers

The UK datacentre industry is in the midst of a prolonged and well-publicised skills crisis, as there are simply not enough people entering the sector despite more students studying science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects. Might it be time to look again at how best to attract candidates from other walks of life, such…

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Top marks for graduates of CIISec vocational cyber course

Amid the annual tradition of A-level results day, the first students to sit a new Extended Project Qualification for young people aged 14 and up looking to start a career in cyber security have also been receiving their grades, with promising results. The first intake to the course comprised a total of 132 students –…

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CIO interview: Sean Green, University of East Anglia

Sean Green’s career has gone a full circle from IT through marketing, back to IT at his local university, where he is now heading up IT. Before taking up what he describes as a “pretty rounded CIO role”, at the University of East Anglia (UEA), Green had been on a journey through different sectors and…

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