Association of Project Management
The Association of Project Management is an independent professional body for those involved in the development and promotion of the professional disciplines of project and programme management for the public benefit.

They organises conferences, meetings and special interest groups throughout the year for
26 March 2009
A morning workshop for the APM to explore the impact of Web 2.0 on project management. Diverse responses, reactions and enthusiasm for the use social networking and broadcast tools in the workplace.
their 17,500 individual and 500 corporate members.
3 July 2008
The Association of Project Management People Special Interest Group met at the Kings Fund, central London. The record has mind maps of the three principal speakers, maps of the main room discussions and some of those that took place in breakout sessions. The site is public and you are welcome to look around. Click the map to take a look.
30 & 31 October 2007
This is the home page and web site index for the APM Project Management Conference 2007 held at the Brewery in London. There were 250 delegates for each of the 2 days. The event was divided in to plenary sessions held in the room below and 3 parallel discussions which took place 5 times during the event. Cabre was instructed to cover all the discussions and presentations taking place in the main room. In addition we set up a video interview booth in the speakers lounge and interviewed 15 speakers and delegates talking head style. Our roving reporter audio interviewed about the same number in the delegate cafe and trade stand area.

For now this event is private to the delegates, so you can only see this overview of the event.