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Project Manager : Project Manager Aug Sept 2012
6 Project Manager A recent Resources global Professionals survey has found that project workers are now part of the Australian hR toolkit. Managing director Asia Pacific Jacinta whelan said in a statement that companies continue to do more with less, backed by the survey results revealing that 48 per cent of CFos surveyed expect their need for additiona l project people will be stable through to 2013. “our clients see the greatest advantages of using project professionals as having access to a specific skillset as they need it, and being able to tap into a flexible resou rce to manage work peaks and troughs,” she said. Most CFos who responded indicated that enterprise resource planning requires functional skills (32 per cent) and advanced modelling skills (26 per cent) that are cur rently lacking in the workplace. tablets to revolutioNise traiNiNg New research claims that tablet use will increase to more than 40 per cent this year and continue to rise, while laptops, currently the preferred training platform, will be in decline. The 2012 digital learning for business report commissioned by IlX group examined four key areas of enterprise learning to predict the increase of tablet use, including inhibitors to training, existing training methods, devices used and learning management systems. Il X group Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, Michelle Phillips, says the report confirms that the way people are learning is changing. “ tablet interactiv ity helps make learning more enjoyable and accessible, while games and simulations add an extra dimension to learning and cater for a wider variety of learning styles,” she says. Project managers enjoy heightened role • NEWS Resources boom reflected in census population statistics western australia and Queensland are leading the way in population increases, according to the australian bureau of statistics 2011 census data released in June 2012. wa experienced a 14.3 per cent jump in population since 2006, with Queensland close behind on 11 per cent, revealing rises in small rural communities, mostly due to the resources boom. australia's population was 21,507,717 on the 2011 census night, an 8.3% inCrease from the 2006 census. the median age of australians is 37, and females outnumber males by just over 230,000 east pilbara in wa had the largest proportionate growth with a population jump of 82.6% other statistiCs inClude Companies Continue to do more with less
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