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Project Manager : April May 2011
13 www.aipm.com.au Project Manager CHaPters • trevor alex VIC Chapter President Mark Newton WA Chapter President ContaCt MaRTine peasley WA Chapter Coordinator 08 9447 5663 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events notiCeboard 25 May WA breAkFAST SeMINAr 15 sep NO lIMITS CONFereNCe 15 sep PrOjeCT MANAgeMeNT AChIeVeMeNT AWArdS (STATe FINAl) don’t miss WA has taken on the challenge of providing two one-day conferences to AIPM members in 2011. Invitations are now open to submit papers for consideration at the WA – No limits Conference. keynote speaker dr ric Charlesworth will provide insights gained during his high-profile career. ContaCt oliMpia WaTkins VIC Chapter Coordinator 03 9369 2160 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events notiCeboard 12 May PrOjeCT MANAgeMeNT OFFICe (PMO) SIg 18 May PrOjeCT MANAgeMeNT OFFICe (PMO) FOrUM 25 May PM PrOFeSSIONAl deVelOPMeNT grOUP (PMdg) SIg 25 aug PrOjeCT MANAgeMeNT AChIeVeMeNT AWArdS (STATe FINAl) don’t miss PM Professional development group SIg is open to anyone interested in project management. With a mix of students and p roject management team members through to senior project managers, this event facilitates a high level of knowledge-sharing within the group. The WA Chapter hit the ground running this year. At the February Breakfast Seminar, three of our Project Management Achievement Award winners spoke about their projects and the benefits of winning. Interestingly, the two who went on to win awards at a national level hadn’t considered entering and were encouraged by others to do so. Send in your PMAA submissions so WA can have a strong presence at the national Awards event. March saw the WA Chapter at the Major Projects Conference in Perth. It was also the location of our Breakfast Seminar featuring Ross Holt Chief Executive of Landcorp. As this goes to press we will have just completed the ‘Art of Getting Things Done’ conference as a part of the Mining Australia Exhibition. We assembled an excellent crew of speakers, from senior project managers to academics, who discussed upcoming national competency standards. If you didn’t get there, you can listen to the speakers while you review the presentations on the Resources page of the AIPM website. In early March the Victorian Chapter launched a Project Portfolio Management (PPM) working group. The purpose of this group is to allow open discussion from members who work in a PPM capacity. Towards the end of 2011, views and outcomes from the discussions will be presented to our members. March also marked International Women’s Day. The VIC Chapter held a joint breakfast with National Association of Women in Construction and Engineers Australia. This successful event was a sell-out and I would like to thank our partners for their support. Looking ahead, the annual VIC Chapter Forum is on again. This year’s forum is titled The Rubik’s Cube. It is difficult for many to align all the colours in a Rubik’s cube, it requires thought and strategy. Similarly, it is very difficult for projects to align at various levels without the right approach. The forum will have a focus on continuing program and project links to business and organisational initiatives and strategy. Early bird registrations are open. ❰ Western Australia ❱ ❰ Victoria ❱
June July 2011