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Project Manager : Project Manager June July 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 3 PB Project Manager june/july VOl 31 nO 4 ThOughT leaders 12anewtestof project success Researchers propose a more comprehensive test of project performance 15 Welcome to the fourth dimension NASA heavyweight Dr Charles Pellerin talks about his 4D approach Case sTudy 24 a lesson in discipline How the NRMA Group embedded PM disciplines across the business eVenTs 26 The art of getting things done 2012 AIPM’s one-day conference in WA attracted project managers from across Australia TeChnOlOgy 28 Top tech trends to watch Which technology trends will have the greatest impact project management in 2012? PrOBleM sOlVers 30 Managing a security risk How to manager a careless team member who threatens the confidentiality of a project Career CenTre 38 how hr can help you Find out how to tap into this department and reap the benefits. 40 KrC Corner Where AIPM answers your project management questions > 04 FIRST WORD > 06 NeWS > 08 AIPM NeWS > 33 MeMbeR beNeFITS > 42 CONTACTS Features 18 Cover story blaCk swans What can project managers do to reduce the impact of black swan events, which can derail a project? Project Manager is the magazine of australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), the peak body for project management in Australia. Formed in 1976, the AIPM aims to foster professional application of project management skills and techniques as the preferred process for delivering business outcomes. contents regulars Mitigation strategies strengthen the ability to respond
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