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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2011
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 37 www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 37 Highlights from the Project Management Association of Nepal (PMAN) international conference. nepal enters world stage With the support of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), PMAN hosted its first international conference themed ‘Project Management for Results’. Two representatives from AIPM, former National President Dr Bill Young and Vic President Trevor Alex, attended. Held over three days in May at Gokarna Forest Resort in Kathmandu, Nepal, the event was a milestone to PMAN’s continued efforts to promote the profession of project management, said Alex. “What surprised me was the large number of international delegates who supported PMAN.” Keynote speakers included Adesh Jain, former President and Chairman, CoD of IPMA, who delivered an inspiring talk, entitled ‘Awakening Project Consciousness’. Former AIPM National President Dr Bill Young also addressed delegates, outlining the role of the new Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management (APFPM). The conference concluded with a panel discussion on how PMAN could build project management awareness and grow membership locally. A number of suggestions were put forward – from engaging different industries to raising the profile of certification and project management practices. “I believe the number one key factor that will grow PMAN is their drive to develop project management competency and skills within Nepal,” said Alex. “Nepal is a country hungry to learn and keen to apply current and new project management practices.” ••• nepal vs the World Influenced by neighbouring countries (including India and china), project management in nepal is experiencing a period of growth. “ T he knowledge, skills and techniques [of project management] are becoming more popular by the day as the vehicle for managing change,” according to Tikajit rai, President of PMAn. on the academic front, project management courses at the bachelors and Masters level are steadily being instituted, he added. «the knoWledge, skills and techniques [of project management] are becoming more popular by the day as the vehicle for managing change» events
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