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Storytelling in major projects: The art of communicating archaeology

 

Storytelling in major projects: The art of communicating archaeology

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Starting 20 October 2022 12:30 through to 20 October 2022 13:15

 

This is a joint The Nuclear Institute: Project Management SIG and APM’s three part Nuclear webinar series


 

Storytelling in major projects: The art of communicating archaeology
2nd webinar in this three part Nuclear series

Storytelling enables nuclear, transport and other large infrastructure projects to communicate their challenges, progress, and experience. What does this look like in practice?

Everyone loves a great story and in our profession, we are fortunate to have so many to tell. The challenge is often pitching that story to the audience. It’s not always a keen local society or a group of school students; sometimes it’s a hard-pressed developer or a client with competing demands. I want to share some of the ways that HS2 and its amazing supply chain has sought to communicate the nature, excitement, and challenges of our works. I will highlight examples of current best practice, ways to reach a wide audience and how to help celebrate the benefit that archaeological practice brings in so many ways.

 

For more information and to book please visit the APM webinar booking page.

 

Nuclear three part webinar series:

Thursday 15 September, Part 1: Unlearning - a vital step in the process of innovation and change
Thursday 24 November, Part 3: Nuclear energy conversation: “Hidden learnings” in decision-making

 

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