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Creating a programme or project 'war room'

Tregaskis Brown | Oct 10, 2019

Creating a programme or project 'war room'

A programme (or project) 'war room' can be a highly effective tool, depending on how it is set up and used...

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PMINZ Public Sector Project of the Year

Tregaskis Brown | Oct 4, 2019

On the 25th of Sept 2019 the Project Management community came together in Wellington to celebrate those at the top of their game. It was a real thrill for our Chief Executive, Karen Clarke to present this award at the PMI Conference Gala Awards Dinner.

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Welcome to Kaushiki Roy

Kath Domett | Sep 25, 2019

We are pleased to welcome Kaushiki Roy to our hard-working consulting team at Tregaskis Brown.  

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Project Management Quiz

Karen Clarke | Sep 12, 2019

How well can you manage a project? Test your knowledge (and get some great tips) by completing our quiz.

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PMINZ Public Sector Project of the year - FINALISTS

Tregaskis Brown | Aug 30, 2019

PMINZ Public Sector Project of the year finalists
Congratulations to this year’s PMINZ Public Sector Project of the Year finalists;

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Who needs process?

Karen Clarke | Aug 19, 2019

Surprisingly many large and well known organisations have reactive planning processes, or processes that are not flexible to allow for change. Read our paper on good project management tools and techniques.

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Attending the LGNZ Conference 2019

Kath Domett | Aug 8, 2019

Last month, Partner Sue Powell and Consultant Ben Hansen attended the LGNZ Conference which was held in Wellington over two days. There was a record number of delegates this year, with approximately 600 in attendance. While Sue was in the conference sessions, Ben covered the stand in the Exhibit Hall which we shared with Tonkin + Taylor.

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The Accidental Project Manager is no accident!

Karen Clarke | Aug 2, 2019

The accidental project manager has been a part of project management folklore for many years. The results of a survey conducted in Western Australia in 2010 indicated that most project managers in the public sector were selected on the basis of their technical expertise than for their management skills.

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