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Project Manager : Project Manager Aug Sep 2011
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 15 CHAPTERS • CONTACT MARTINE PEASLEY WA Chapter Coordinator 08 9447 5663 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events NOTICEBOARD 15 SEPTEMBER ‘NO LIMITS’ CONFERENCE 26 OCTOBER BREAKFAST AT MATILDA BAY 30 NOVEMBER BREAKFAST AT MATILDA BAY DON’T MISS The ‘No Limits’ conference will be held on 15 September, followed by the Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) state final. Dr Ric Charlesworth is the keynote speaker at the conference. The other presenters are all veterans in the project management field who will share their experience. CONTACT OLIMPIA WATKINS VIC Chapter Coordinator 03 9369 2160 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events NOTICEBOARD 14 SEPTEMBER CHANGE MANAGEMENT 21 SEPTEMBER PM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GROUP (PMDG) SIG 29 SEPTEMBER PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE (PMO) SIG DON’T MISS PM Professional Development Group special interest group is open to anyone interested in Project Management. With a mix of students and project management team members through to senior p roject managers, this event facilitates a high level of knowledge sharing within the group. The key upcoming activity for WA is the ‘No Limits’ conference in September as part of the Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) program. It has been pleasing to see the number of PMAA entries grow each year, and holding the conference and award cocktail party celebrates the strengthening reputation of this program. Winners will go to Brisbane for the national competition. Got your tickets yet for the World Congress? 1000 delegates, world class venue and world leaders to inform us and help hone our skills? Got to be there! In the last period we have worked to extend the presence of AIPM in WA and, with the support of a couple of members in the Bunbury area, there is now a Bunbury Forum in operation. Thank you to Nancy and Linda for their efforts in getting this moving. Planning for the next Bunbury meeting is already underway. The next area we are looking into is the north-west of WA where all the really big projects are going on. We will try to overcome challenges of travel, isolation and sparse populations. For members in these regions, or other parts of the country, the Perth Breakfast session is recorded and available on the AIPM website. For most organisations the 2010-11 financial year has ended. For those projects awaiting budget approval, I hope they have been signed off and you can now deliver your project and/or engage the skill sets you need to support delivery of your projects. In June, AIPM National President Bill Young and I were invited to attend the first Project Management Association of Nepal (PMAN) conference in K athmandu. Although small, the conference was well-attended by delegates from around the world. PMAN is a small association that is well- connected to international project management associations. From a personal perspective, it was very rewarding to see their passion and drive to increase awareness of project management and develop project management capability within the country. Back at the VIC Chapter, our focus over the next couple of months will be on our Annual Forum and the Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA). We have a number of outstanding presentations at this year’s Forum. To ensure you don’t miss out, please register as soon as possible. ❰ Western Australia ❱ ❰ Victoria ❱ Trevor Alex VIC Chapter President Mark Newton WA Chapter President
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