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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 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 Hydro Tasmania is the Queensland finalist for the PMAA Project of the Year award. The Red Hills Creek Diversion project has secured their place as the state winner. The Tasmanian Chapter extends its congratulations. don’t miss The TAS Chapter will be celebrating International Project Management Day in November, providing an opportunity to recognise the time, energy, creativity and innovation of project managers and project teams worldwide. ContaCt michelle peaRson SA Chapter Coordinator 08 8332 9411 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events notiCeboard The SA Chapter would like to extend its congratulations to PMAA Project of the Year finalists Brinckerhoff and Iluka Resources. don’t miss The SA Chapter is pleased to invite you to a meeting of the Emerging Project Professionals Special Interest Group on 9 November. Emerging project professionals are students and individuals who are new to the profession and have a desire to learn from those with more experience. This is a very exciting time of year thanks to the annual Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA). Tasmania held its awards night on 26 August 2011 at the Tattersall’s Park Function Centre, Glenorchy. Congratulations to our Project of the Year winner, Hydro Tasmania, and our state category winners, Hydro Tasmania and Retirement Benefits Fund. Our focus for events since the previous report has been the Tasmanian Government’s project management community of practice. In early August, the Department of Premier and Cabinet released an updated version of the Tasmanian Government Project Management Guidelines. The Guidelines provide a structured approach for the management of projects within the Tasmanian State Service. AIPM facilitated an event to explain the changes in the new version (7), which is available at www.egovernment.tas. gov.au/project_management. In September, a workshop was conducted to refresh attendees’ thinking on change management. The facilitators from LeftField Project Solutions provided an overall approach that was integrated with John Smyrk’s ITO project management framework. On 2 September, the SA Chapter hosted the Project Management Showcase conference and the PMAA Gala Dinner. It was a huge team effort and we were rewarded with fantastic participation and great feedback. 120 attended the Showcase and 150 attended the achievement awards, nearly one-quarter of SA members. At the conference we heard from project management practitioners, managers and directors on soft skills, environmental management skills, risk, and program management. Topics included the Tour Down Under, Adelaide Desalination Project and the new Royal Adelaide Hospital. At the Achievement Awards we learned about the best and recognised excellence in project management. This year, one submission stood out over the rest as it demonstrated innovation and excellence within its Integrated Owners Team, which was responsible for the entire project development. The SA Project of the Year was awarded to Parsons Brinckerhoff and Iluka Resources for its Jacinth-Ambrosia Mineral Sands Mine project in remote SA. The sponsors for the conference: KBR (Platinum), Panurgem Project Management (Gold), SA Water (Silver) and the four bronze sponsors were also sponsors for the PMAA Gala Dinner. ❰ Tasmania ❱ ❰ South Australia ❱ steve Milner SA Chapter President Maria skillern TAS Chapter President
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