This webinar seeks to clarify what we mean when we say project and demonstrate how a practical approach can be beneficial. And introduces the nine essential parts of any project not just for work but in other aspects of your life as well.
Blackwater and Creativity in County Cork: Winner of the Chambers Ireland Supporting Active Communities Award
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At the Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards 2019, Tipperary County Council won the Commemorations and Centenaries Award for their sensitive planning of a successful centenary event for the history of Soloheadbeg, where the first shots of the War of Independence took place in 1919.
As previously highlighted in LGIU Briefings, the local government system in Northern Ireland has undergone a considerable overhaul in both its structures and its statutory responsibilities in recent years. This briefing investigates efforts in preparing and establishing community plans by local councils.
The unprecedented circumstances of Covid-19 have necessitated agile adjustment, and they will also create many more projects related to the ‘new normal’. This briefing seeks to clarify what we mean by project management and to demonstrate a practical approach to it.