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Andrew Bragg

AndrewBragg Bragg

Former Chief Executive
Association for Project Management

After joining APM in 2004, Andrew took a leading role in the extensive organisational change programme which has prepared APM to seek chartered status on behalf of the profession. During that period, APM membership has increased from 11,000 to over 20,000; the APM Body of Knowledge has undergone two major revisions; the re-designed website now attracts 425,000 unique annual visitors; APM Registered Project Professional standard has been launched; income has grown from £2.5m to over £6.8m; and APM’s engagement and influence within public and private sectors have both increased significantly, with APM championing the cause of ever-increasing professionalism.

Andrew was recently elected Vice-President, Finance & Administration of the International Project Management Association (IPMA). He has presented widely on the topic of professionalism. His particular interest in the pan-sector nature of project management reflects the range of sectors such as print, packaging, multimedia, stationery, lighting manufacture and publishing in which he has worked – for the last 20 years as chief executive and prior to that, as marketing specialist. As well as contributing to
Re-inventing Influence, judged by the Management Consultancies’ Association as best management book of the year in 1996, he co-authored Developing New Business Ideas, published by Pearson in April 2005. He holds an MBA from Cranfield University as well as Diplomas from the Chartered Institute of Marketing and the Paris Chamber of Commerce. His first degree was in Modern Languages at Trinity College, Cambridge, to which he won an entrance exhibition. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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