1. Meet the Practitioners

Interviews were conducted with three practising project managers to understand their approach to various aspects of managing projects. Their answers provide insight into their interpretation of the Project Management Body of Knowledge as they utilise its processes in their daily work. Backgrounds on each of the interviewees are provided in their Introductions.

In the videos on this page they are responding to the question:

“Can you please tell us about yourself, what your job is now and how it involves project management?”

Noel Butler

Nicole Snively

Jayme Gualtieri

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