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Project Manager : Project Manager Dec Jan 2013
16 Project Manager " As project managers, we all ensure compliance with our stated goals and scope. We report towards these at regular inter vals across project, program, portfolio and executive lifecycles. We should also do this in our community and personal efforts. Imagine the improvements in lifestyle and economies of scale that could be achieved if we applied project management methodologies to our personal and community efforts. Working to effectively engage stakeholders, setting our objectives, establishing the scope of work and regularly examining our efforts would help reap greater rewards. I extend my appreciation to the outgoing NT Chapter President Paul Clarke whose professional commitment in working with the outgoing Chapter Council has seen us strengthen our position in the Norther n Territory. I also welcome the new Council and applaud Heather- Anne Clarke's work as our administrator in ensuring a seamless transition. And let's all try to review our professional and personal lives! " My congratulations to NSW Public Works for multiple entries and multiple category awards. Congratulations also to the individual awards for Project Manager Tony McCabe and Project Team Member Mark Cafe. The elections are over and NSW has a new Chapter President. We have a great mix of new and retur ning Councillors in the NSW Chapter Council, which bodes well for the continuation of the work Councillors have done over the past two or more years. The NSW Regional event committees in the Hunter and Illawar ra are building momentum, and the continuing Regional Coordinator (Ricci Piper from Arup) is supporting their work. Cathy Wagner and Gary Kennedy in the Illawar ra form the nucleus of that location, and Dean Overend is organising the Hunter events committee. ank you all for your very hard work. On behalf of the AIPM NSW Chapter Council, I would like to take this opportunity to wish all our members a safe and enjoyable festive season and a happy new year! "Over the past two months, your new ACT AIPM Council has been meeting to develop its 2013 business plan. It is aligned with the National AIPM Strategic Plan for 2013-- 2015, but with three specific focus areas for the ACT. We plan to continue to provide relevant member ser vices to ACT members. These ser vices will include interesting forums and special interest groups that contribute to our members' professional development. We also want to improve our engagement with our 30-plus corporate members to ensure we are meeting their needs and promoting RegPM and involvement in AIPM's Project Management Achievement Awards. Finally, we are seeking closer relationships with the State and Federal Governments as well as other industry bodies so we can provide greater value to AIPM members. I would value your feedback on these focus areas, so please email me on email@example.com. ❰ACT❱ David Bryant ACT Chapter President ❰NSW❱ Chris Mansfield NSW Chapter President " The strength of AIPM lies in strongly supporting project managers wherever they may be, so our Queensland focus has been on increasing our support to regional areas. This has seen growth in membership and more professional development events held on the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Toowoomba, Rockhampton, Mackay, Cairns and Townsville. We recently had a successful half-day conference and also celebrated the success of some outstanding projects at the Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA). The Queensland Project of the Year for 2012 was awarded to Queensland Rail, which went on to win Category 1 at the national PMAA. Congratulations to Ben Rayward from Point Project Management on his selection as the National Project Manager of the Year. Finally, I would like to acknowledge the outstanding work of Peter Fowler, our Chapter President for the past year. ❰QLD❱ Mark Patch QLD Chapter President ❰NT❱ Brett Walker NT Chapter President •AIPM NEWS CHAPTERS
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