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Project Manager : Project Manager Dec Jan 2012
Project Manager 22 Local and international speakers sparked plenty of conversation at the biggest industry event of the year. Something to talk about EVENTS Delegates from Australia and overseas headed to Queensland for the 25th International Project Management Association (IPMA) World Congress. The five-day event held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 8-12 October brought together leading minds in project management to discuss topical issues such as disaster management, megaproject failure and what social media has to offer project managers. Outgoing AIPM National President Bill Young kicked off the formal welcome by exploring the Congress theme – Delivering the Promise. “ Whether you’re building a bridge or delivering an immunisation program, it’s all about delivering a successful change outcome,” he told delegates. He went on to announce that AIPM Queensland Chapter President David Hudson, who was heavily involved in bringing the IPMA World Congress to Australia, had been elected National President of AIPM. IPMA President Roberto Mori then took the stage, providing a world view of the project management landscape now and in the future. Here are some of the highlights from this year ’s IPMA World Congress, including keynote speakers and candid shots of delegates. Revisit event highlights and spot yourself at the social events. ••• Researcher Ed Merrow (see p18) » 25th IPMA WORLD CONGRESS SPECIAL 22 IPMA President Roberto Mori Queensland Reconstruction Authority CEO Graeme Newton Delegates enjoying the Welcome Reception
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