RSM’s head of projects and programmes Andy Murray and consulting director Nigel Bennett have been named within the top 30 most influential people in project management by ILX, an internationally recognised provider of accredited professional learning.
The ‘top 30 list’ was created to identify, recognise and celebrate leading practitioners who are influencing and shaping the project management sector.
As lead author for PRINCE2® 2009; part of the mentoring team for PRINCE2 2017 update; co-author for the current version of P3M3®; and contributor to a number of guides for the Association for Project Management (APM), including the APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition, Andy was selected for his ongoing contribution to project management training and development.
In addition, Nigel was singled out for his contribution to the 2009 and 2017 editions of PRINCE2 and the current version of P3M3, AXELOS Limited’s maturity model.
Robert Ross, RSM’s Chief Operating Officer and head of consulting, said: ‘Andy and Nigel have made a significant contribution, not only to RSM but to the wider project management field. This accolade is well-deserved recognition for their ongoing commitment to help businesses improve their project, programme and portfolio capacity.’