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Project Manager : Project Manager Dec Jan 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 11 10 Project Manager Over the past three years, David Hudson has led the Queensland Chapter and been inspirational in his guidance to expand into the regions and start delivering benefits across this large State. With the election of David as AIPM’s new National President, I have been selected by the current Chapter Councillors to step into the role of Chapter President. With very big shoes to fill I eagerly face the challenge. One of David’s recent duties was convenor of the IPMA World Congress held in Brisbane this year. This event was very successful for Queensland with around 1200 delegates in attendance. It certainly enabled us to showcase our region. I thank all members who assisted in the execution of this historic and very successful event. Our Chapter has committed to delivering a number of professional programs throughout the State in the coming year. We know many find it difficult to come to our seminars and we will endeavour to make this easier for you. In the near future we will produce the calendar of Brisbane seminar dates for 2012. We are currently working on our communications strategy to ensure that you know what is going on in the Chapter but are not bombarded with emails from us. This is always a fine line to tread but we will do our best to get it right. «the LanDsCaPe has transForMeD to InCLuDe Many LanDMarKs that are a testaMent to the ProjeCt Managers anD teaMs Who DeLIvereD theM» ContaCt heaTher-anne cLark NT Chapter Coordinator 0407 721 619 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events I hope everyone managed to attend the NT Major Projects Conference on 29 and 30 November. It reinforces our expectations of the exciting times ahead for major projects in the Territory, including the Marine Supply Base, Inpex LNG, Shell Prelude FLNG, and other government, mining and resource projects. As 2011 draws to a close, and we roll to the next year, there is time for reflection on the large number of projects rapidly being deployed in the State. These will continue to change the face of Darwin and the Territor y, and will remain a legacy for years to come. In the years I have been here, the landscape has grown significantly to include many landmarks which are a testament to the project managers and teams who delivered them. This was considered on International Project Management day, held on 3 November. One of the presentations from the IPMA World Congress in Brisbane that inspired me was by Morris Miselowski. There were many insights to consider from this session. For those that did not make the conference, I recommend purch- asing a copy of the DVD from www.mediavisionz.com.au or come and have a chat with me. 2011 has seen many AIPM continuous professional development events delivered with great support from our local members, and 2012 will no doubt continue this trend. ChAPters • ❰ Queensland ❱ ❰ Northern Territory ❱ Paul Clark NT Chapter President «our ChaPter has CoMMItteD to DeLIverIng a nuMber oF ProFessIonaL PrograMs throughout the state In the CoMIng year» ContaCt LOreLei BrOaDBenT QLD Chapter Coordinator 07 3211 4966 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events Peter Fowler QLD Chapter President
Project Manager Oct Nov 2011
Project Manager Feb March 2012