By Sarah-Jane Firth, Junior Consultant Having picked up my first camera when I was around 10 years old, it was no shock to my family and friends that it would be something I inevitably pursued later in education and as a career. After graduating from Leeds Arts University and earning a high 2:1 in my […]
My First Year as a Graduate Consultant by Natalie Talbot, PhD Graduate Consultant In 2016, just one year into my four-year PhD programme, I had the inconvenient realisation that I didn’t want to do science as a career in any shape or form, but the prospect of finding an alternative seemed impossible. So, I took […]
Author Amit Kalantri tells us that “nothing consoles and comforts like certainty does.” This applies to business as much as it does in our personal lives. Knowing gives you the confidence to push forward. Not knowing means you can spend forever second-guessing your actions, relying on hope and instinct more than facts and data. What […]
We are proud to announce that we have passed our stage 2 ISO 27001 audit.
by Gary Gerrard, communications and marketing manager In October 2019 I took my first nervous steps into a new role as a communications consultant for i3Works, and began my first client-side placement for them, which was to support a project delivering the MODCloud hosting solution.
We have been selected by Transport for London (TfL) as one of the specialist consultancies they will use for project and programme management services for the next few years.
by James Marwood, head of Public Sector Transformation I’ve had a few periods of home working over my career that have driven me to develop some pretty robust skills for spending an extended period within the same four walls.
Back in October 2019, our graduates and Project Controls Academy (PCA) students entered the APMs Project Management Challenge to deliver their first-ever project.
We are in the early stages of the journey to ensure that we meet ISO 27001 standards for information security and data protection.
We won’t be the first to say it, and we probably won’t be the last, but haven’t these last few weeks been strange? And that’s a huge understatement.