Project Managers and young professionals in the UK and aboard have something to celebrate with the new online platform Project Journal.
Online PR News – 08-March-2016 – Bedford – England, United Kingdom, March 08, 2016 -- Project Journal is an online magazine that publishes articles designed to inform, educate, inspire, and unite project managers in their respective fields including, but not limited to, architecture, building, environment, science, sustainability, and technology. So, yes, Project Journal covers everything and they do it with class.
Several factors exist that set Project Journal apart from the competition. Whether it’s a case study, an article, or a leadership piece, privately funded Project Journal takes an unbiased, innovative, and expert approach to publishing content. Similar publications have been around so long that they produce uninspired, sponsor-funded, and dated materials. Project Journal hears what project managers want. Project Journal listens to the experts; the general public! Project Journal listens to its readers by offering a simple publishing process… This unique online magazine publishes the submissions the readers contribute as opposed to content that the powers to be are paid to promote. The community write it, Project Journal cite's it.
According to Dean Jones, the founder of Project Journal and Associate at AECOM, he has created "a space for a growing community of project professionals searching for the latest project news, products and events." "The reason we’re so intrigued about this new site is that it seems to serve a dual purpose;" Project Journal doesn’t exist solely to educate, Project Journal is here to learn. Unlike similar media, Project Journal has no political, financial, or corporate affiliation. "This eliminates the narrow-minded perspective that most of us experience when perusing online content hoping to gain an edge in the field we’re passionate about." Project Journal doesn’t create clones; Project Journal drives individuals.
"Project managers are faced with the challenge of delivering projects covering a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, environmental, energy, water and government and more," said Jones. "With access to the Project Journal, managers can quickly get up to speed on trending topics and start conversations with other project professionals."
Project Managers, who are arguably the most over utilized and underappreciated staff members in a wide variety of industries, now have a digital haven to turn to for support, knowledge, and inspiration.
About Dean Jones:
Dean is an Associate in AECOM’s Programme Leadership Practice and is an accomplished, forward-thinking Programme and Project Management Professional with a history of success in spearheading large-scale initiatives within various arenas, including construction, healthcare, IT, social housing, regeneration and education. Dean joined AECOM from Care UK, the UK’s largest independent provider of health and social care, where he was a Programme Manager and delivered a £250m investment growth programme over 2012/15 which increased Care Uk’s number of homes circa 33%. Dean was also Programme Manager for a £60m Suffolk programme to build ten new care homes and ten day clubs, bringing much needed additional nursing and specialist dementia care to the Suffolk community. The new homes and day clubs will eventually replace Suffolk County Council’s existing homes and well being centres which date mainly from the 1960s and 1970s. Dean also has experience working in Local Councils as their Project Manager for regeneration and community projects.
About Project Journal:
A leader in project innovation, industry opinion and expert analysis in the project management space, Project Journal is a digital publication dedicated to all aspects of project management, including disciplines architecture, engineering, surveying, planning, procurement, operations, finance, marketing, estate management, commercial, development, and more.
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