Research conducted by global recruitment firm Robert Walters shows that Australia still has traditional working barriers to overcome if flexibility is to become the ‘new normal’ in a post-COVID world.
Not so long ago, the biggest cohort of project managers was engineers close to retirement. Today, project management draws practitioners from all walks of life and diversity has proved beneficial for the discipline.
The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) has launched its 2020 Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAAs), the annual accolades recognising project excellence and the people behind them. Established by AIPM in 2000, the awards exist to recognise, honour, and promote outstanding achievements in program and project leadership. This year marks its 20th anniversary, a significant […]
Either embrace artificial intelligence as a new paradigm for project management, or risk being left behind by those who do, writes David Porter.
Failure to provide an appropriate level of risk infrastructure can cripple risk management in an organisation. Too little support makes it difficult to implement the risk process efficiently, while too much infrastructure adds to the cost overhead.
The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) has submitted its responses to the draft legislation of the Design and Building Practitioners Bill 2019 and Building Stronger Foundations Discussion Paper, stating it does not extend compliance far enough.
How to build an effective steering committee
Far too many sponsors, executives and project managers waste time in ineffective steering committee meetings. Dr Lynda Bourne provides advice that could save your project control board thousands of dollars in wasted time.
Farewell to project management’s voice of reason
“I first met Jed Simms when a distant journalist acquaintance called up and said I should meet a dynamic duo who were going to revolutionise benefits and value management in projects…” Editor Adeline Teoh pays homage to the late benefits expert, Jed Simms.