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Project Manager : Project Manager Aug Sep 2011
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 3 IN DEPTH 08 Not too taxing The Office of State Revenue (OSR) on PMO accreditation 10 Leaders step up Nominate and vote in the AIPM Board elections THOUGHT LEADERS 16 The IKEA approach David Hillson, the Risk Doctor, on risk management PROBLEM SOLVERS 24 Quality management Getting a product with quality issues to market SPECIAL INTEREST 26 Closing the gender gap Women in Project Management HISTORY 28 The 1980s Project management's push towards professionalisation CAREER CENTRE 36 How I made my break Four young professionals on how they started their career 38 The scheme weaver Tactics of effective project managers during organisational change IN MEMORIAM 41 AIPM remembers two leading lights of the industry PERHAPS THE MAIN BLUNDER OF MANY WAS NOT MANAGING CHANGE REGULARS > 06 NEWS > 12 CHAPTER NEWS > 22 CPD POINTS TABLE > 31 MEMBER BENEFITS > 32 THE OFFICE > 40 ADVERTORIAL > 42 THE LAST WORD AUGUST/SEPTEMBER VOL 30 NO 5 CONTENTS 26 FEATURES 18 COVER STORY AGENTS OF CHANGE More organisations recognise the value of a change management strategy and are calling in specialists – change managers – to guide them through organisational change. Project Manager is the magazine of Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), the peak body for projectmanagement in Australia. Formed in 1976, the AIPM aims to foster professional application of project management skills and techniques as the preferred process for delivering business outcomes.
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