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Project Manager : Project Manager June July 2013
6 Project Manager •NEWS WOMEN IN PM SURVEY IPMA's rst Research Board meeting AIPM's Knowledge Research Council (KRC) Chair Michael Young recently joined fellow IPMA Research Board members from the US, UK, China, Netherlands and Iceland in Beijing for their rst meeting. A key discussion centred on how IPMA can use research, knowledge and expertise of all member associations for the collective bene t, especially that of the very active German and British PMO SIGs. Michael Young also met the China Young Crew, 200 new and emerging project managers who were meeting for the rst time, and who o ered very interesting insights. e next meeting will be in Dubrovnik in late September. Discussion papers and concepts are currently being developed in preparation for this meeting. Have your say AIPM is currently collecting information about what members find of value, in order to better offer the ser vices members want. If you would like to provide feedback on the benefits of AIPM membership, services and programs, please contact the National Office. E: email@example.com T: (02) 8288 8700 e NSW Young and Emerging Project Professional (YEPP) group was proud to launch its mentoring program in May 2013. Mentoring is an important aspect of career development and knowledge transfer, the values at the centre of YEPP. e mentoring program is aimed at engendering a link between generations, encouraging discussions about the practice of project management, and building relationships across industries. e NSW YEPP group is looking for participants to take part as mentors and mentees. Key benefits of becoming a mentee are: • Mentees gain knowledge and can pick the brains of senior project managers • Connections will be made across industries • Minimal input required to complete the scheme, but the more e ort mentees put in, the more they get out of it Key benefits of becoming a mentor are: • Mentors gain CPD points for taking part • Connections will be made across industries • e discipline of project management will improve as a result of the knowledge transfer Contact NSW Chapter Coordinator Robyn Tuladhar for more infor mation. E: firstname.lastname@example.org NSW YEPP Mentor Program RegPM MORE THAN 75% are aged between 30&50 MORE THAN 40% HAVE BETWEEN 6 AND 15 YEARS OF ALMOST 94% HOLD AT LEAST A IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT MORE THAN 63% ARE LIKELY OR VERY LIKELY TO SEEK FURTHER PM MORE THAN 92% CONSIDER IT SOMEWHAT TO VERY IMPORTANT TO IMPROVE THEIR IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT MORE THAN 75% FOUND the most valuable out of AIPM's programs and services Dipl a TRAINING professionalism experience 70% MORE THAN RESIDE IN NSW, QLD & VIC Snapshot
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