Governing Projects Successfully

Morgan Orioha

No doubts, when projects are governed successfully, the project manager and rest of the project stakeholders deliver successfully. Excellent governance ensures projects are delivered to time, cost, quality, and budget. Project governance creates effective escalation routes and defines delegated limits of authority for issues and change requests. ITIL framework’s incident, […]

#Nominee Carol Lawley

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Nominee Carol Lawley Nominated by Justin Swainson I would like to Nominate my good friend Carol Lawley she goes out her way to do stuff in the local community, She is the one on the left in a yellow vest. She is always doing litter picks and always picking litter up when […]

#Nominee Shirley Pringle

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Nominee Shirley Pringle Nominated by Aimee Pringle ???????????????????????????????????? I would like to take my mum Shirley Pringle She is a research nurse working on COVID 19 studies she is putting herself at risk to find a treatment or vaccine for this awful virus and I am so proud of her […]

Software Development Industry in Developing and Emerging Economies: Understanding the Market Opportunities and its Challenges

Morgan Orioha

Labour intensity in developing economies, makes agile working and automation viable alternatives. This creates huge market opportunities for software development businesses. To successfully tap into the market potential in this sector, certain barriers need to be done away with. The private sector cannot do it alone, there is need for […]

#Nominee Des Milling

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Nominee Des Milling Nominated by Amber Edwards Des is a key worker, working as a manager at a supermarket. He has worked throughout the whole of lock-down going above and beyond without a complaint. He works early mornings and late nights and still also manages to be the most amazing […]

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