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Project Manager : Project Manager June July 2012
26 Project Manager events FOLLOWING A SUCCESSFUL INAUGURAL CONFERENCE L AST YEAR, AIPM’s WA Chapter held its second ‘The Art of Getting Things Done’ conference. Project managers with RegPM certification earned 15 CPD points. The conference kicked off with an opening address by the Honourable Norman Moore MLC, WA Minister for Mines & Petroleum. Then a selection of industry heavyweights took the stage to discuss topical issues in the project management space. Project managers from across Australia attended AIPM’s one-day conference in WA, which was held in conjunction with the Mining Australia Exhibition. The art of getting things done 2012 SUZANNE BROWN ON ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS TO GET THINGS DONE Suzanne Brown earned the Project Team Member of the Year award at AIPM’s 2011 Project Management Achievement Awards for her work on Water Corporation's Southern Seawater Desalination Project. In her keynote, she provided tips on how to successfully engage stakeholders, with examples of what worked in her role as Project Environment Manager at Water Corporation. FRANCIS NORMAN ON DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF A PROJECT EXECUTION MODEL Engineering Manager at Kvaerner, Francis Norman, works in the offshore environment. This demands projects are delivered to exacting standards of safety, quality, schedule and budget in a hostile physical environment – an environment where modifications and rework are both expensive and hazardous, and where down time or delays of even a few hours have substantial impacts on cash flows and budgets. “Several years ago we recognised that the delivery of our projects could be made more predictable through the development of a gated review model,” Norman said. He then took delegates through the organisation’s execution methodology, Kvaerner E xecution Methodology, a gated process that supplements other tools, such as the schedule and work breakdown structure.
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