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Project Manager : Project Manager Aug Sep 2011
12 Project Manager CHAPTERS CONTACT ROBYN TULADHAR NSW Chapter Coordinator 0431 065 212 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events NOTICEBOARD 18 AUGUST PROMISING PROJECT PROFESSIONALS SIG 1 SEPTEMBER NSW FORUM ‘WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?’ 1 SEPTEMBER PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS DON’T MISS The theme for this year’s half-day forum is ‘What Could Possibly Go Wrong?’. Hear from speakers including Professor Lynn Crawford, Life Fellow of AIPM; Jurgen Oschadleus, Director of Act Knowledge; and Aiofe Tallon, DDLS, who will follow- up her energetic talk in February on risk management. CONTACT ROGER BIRCH ACT Chapter Coordinator 02 6285 2191 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events NOTICEBOARD 26 AUGUST PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS (STATE FINAL) 28 SEPTEMBER FORUM WITH MELANIE KONTZE FROM CAPGEMINI 22 NOVEMBER PMO SIG WITH GABRIELLE MORRISON (APMG) ON MANAGEMENT OF VALUE DON’T MISS The Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) recognise outstanding achievement in program and project management. A winning project will demonstrate, by documentary evidence, innovation and/or excellence. Be there when the ACT project and category winners are announced. The AIPM Strategic Plan 2011-2015 stresses that AIPM is a member organisation and is in place to provide value for members. “ The Institute’s role is to improve the knowledge, skills and competence of project managers and related project personnel, all of whom play a key role in the achievement of business objectives, not just project objectives,” states the Plan document. AIPM does this through the National Support Office, Chapter Council and var ious National Councils and Committees. Take advantage of the opportunities “to improve your knowledge, skills and competence” by telling us what else we can do for you. In NSW, we are providing opportunities to grow and learn. But we can’t do it alone. It may be a cliche, but you really do get out of AIPM what you put into it. So here ’s your chance to get involved and make a difference. We have openings for two Chapter Councillors to assist in managing the affairs of the Chapter – like events and special interest groups. Email NSW_President@aipm.com.au if you are interested. We are expecting an exciting and busy fourth quarter for 2011. In August, our ACT Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) program will be run and won, with the winners progressing to compete at national level. We wish all our entrants well and hope to emulate the success of previous years. The Chapter Council has been busy organising an exciting line- up of guest speakers from both industry and government for our upcoming Forums and SIGs. In October, we will also be busy with AIPM’s National Conference, the IPMA World Congress, Annual General Meeting and National PMAA Dinner. I hope you can be part of it. As Christmas sneaks up, we will commence our planning for 2012. Now is a good time to provide your feedback and ideas for Chapter events progra m and to get involved. Our membership is growing with recent new corporate members. This trend is particularly relevant to our ACT Industry Council as well as PMOs and organisational capability improvement programs. Finally, I want to thank the ACT Chapter Councillors (past and present) for all their hard work and commitment throughout the year. ❰ New South Wales ❱ ❰ Australian Capital Territory ❱ Boyd McCarron ACT Chapter President Paul Campbell NSW Chapter President
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