Project Inheritance Tracks

Successful project and programme managers often rely on some basic rules of thumb to guide them through their work. The MPKH Project Inheritance Tracks, which draws inspiration from the BBC Radio Two feature (Music Inheritance Tracks), invites you to share some of these basic heuristics.

Over the web or face-to-face, I ask you to share two pieces of advice;

firstly, the advice you received earlier in your career that you particularly took to heart and secondly, the advice that you would like to pass onto the next generation of project and programme managers.

The result will be a short, very personal but often very insightful piece of video.

Louise Worsley consultant and project manager was our inaugural project inheritance tracks interviewee and she introduced the feature with a short piece about the value of a mentor and the importance for new project managers to build and maintain a personal knowledge network.

Contact Jonathan Norman, our Knowledge Hub Manager, if you’d like to share your project inheritance tracks.

Inheritance Tracks

Sarah Schutte

Sarah Schütte shares her Project Inheritance Tracks

Kelvin McGrath

Kelvin McGrath shares his Project Inheritance Tracks

Barry Spruce

Barry Spruce shares his Project Inheritance Tracks

 

Fiona Spencer

Fiona Spencer shares her Project Inheritance Tracks

Sorrel Gilbert

Sorrel Gilbert shares her Project Inheritance Tracks

Haukur Ingi Jonasson

Haukur Ingi Jonasson shares his Project Inheritance Tracks

Lesley Gordon

Lesley Gordon shares her Project Inheritance Tracks

Alan Jamieson

Alan Jamieson shares his Project Inheritance Tracks

Elizabeth Harrin

Elizabeth Harrin shares her Project Inheritance Tracks

Chris Walters

Chris Walters shares his Project Inheritance Tracks

Louise Worsley

Louise Worsley shares her project inheritance tracks

 

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