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Project Manager : Project Manager Aug Sep 2011
14 Project Manager • CHAPTERS CONTACT KERRY HILLIARD TAS Chapter Coordinator 0402 705 608 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events NOTICEBOARD 18 AUGUST TAS GOVT PROJECT MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES 26 AUGUST PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 22 SEPTEMBER CHANGE MANAGEMENT DON’T MISS The Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) recognise outstanding achievements in program and project management. A winning project will demonstrate, by documentary evidence, innovation and/or excellence. Be there when the Tas Chapter announces its overall project winner and category winners. CONTACT SA CHAPTER COORDINATOR 08 8332 9411 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events NOTICEBOARD 18 AUGUST SEMINAR AND NETWORKING 2 SEPTEMBER PROJECT MANAGEMENT SHOWCASE 2 SEPTEMBER PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS DON’T MISS This year’s Project Management Showcase is a one-day conference that presents the great work being done by our project managers. One of the keynote speakers will describe the unique challenge of the Tour Down Under cycling project. The Showcase is followed by the Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) gala dinner. We had a very busy month in June, with events in Hobart and Burnie. The lunchtime seminar in Hobart included a presentation from Bass Gamlin (SKM) on the technical challenges of London’s White City Development project and the project management learning requirements over and above regular training. The evening event in Burnie involved a small number of enthusiastic project management professionals upon whom Mark Newton (WA Chapter President) invoked ‘the Force’. Early July has also been exciting, with the AIPM Board meeting held in Hobart for the first time. This presented two excellent networking opportunities. The first enabled members and non-members to attend a presentation by AIPM CEO Sheryle Moon. She shared her views on the gaps in the governing surveillance of project activities and ways that this gap can be addressed. The second was a cocktail event that allowed local Chapter members, sponsors and potential corporate members to meet the AIPM Board and exchange views on the challenges and opportunities in promoting the project management profession in Tasmania. There are more exciting events later this year, including the Project Management Achievement Awards. The SA Chapter received a fantastic response from its corporate members through their attendance and participation at various local AIPM events. Over the past couple of months there has been an excellent series of well-attended project management seminars organised by the SA Chapter, including Engaging the Community, Avoiding Claims for Delay, Perspectives on Early Career Project Management and the Art of Leadership. The Art of Leadership was a joint Women in Project Management (WIPM) and Women in Engineering (WiE) event which included a workshop, speeches and an award for the best Masters student of project management from the University of South Australia . New initiatives in SA include Promising Project Professionals special interest group (SIG). The SIG had its inaugural event, and planning is underway for a local mentoring program to be launched in 2012. The Chapter is seeking ideas for this exciting new mentoring program and welcomes member comments and ideas for its development. ❰ Tasmania ❱ ❰ South Australia ❱ Steve Milner SA Chapter President Maria Skillern TAS Chapter President
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