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News in brief From the President Project of the Year Award Have you delivered a 'great'
Happy New Year to all our members. Hopefully it was a restful festive season. For
PMINZ the new year brings farewells to some Board Members; a reshuffle of other
Board Members and a warm welcome to some new faces. Whilst Gary outlined these
changes in his final message of 2006 I would also like endorse his thanks to thepeople who have dedicated a considerable amount of time and effort to PMINZ
Three tips for creating your nomination package for a
activities over the past few years and are now moving on:
PMI Professional Award A new year of the PMI
Ken Robson who cannot tear himself away from PMI volunteerism and continues in a
new role working on the PMI Component Relations Member Advisory Group.
competition is underway. Theawards are an outstanding
Phil Heaphy who will continue to support the Chapter in an administrative capacity
and you will continue to see his name on many of our communications.
Adrian Busch who as far as I know, is looking forward to PMI volunteer retirement -
however it’s never too late to change your mind Adrian?
I would also like to thank Gary for his leadership as President over the past two
You are invited to join PMI andDet Norske Veritas (DNV) for
years. In particular, Gary kicked off our marketing initiatives and member survey and
built a strong team, some of whom will continue in new roles for PMINZ in 2007.
improve project delivery usingOPM3® ProductSuite.
I am excited about the coming year. I have an agenda of change which I hope willbring greater membership benefits. Obviously this takes time, however I am
Social responsibility, trends and achievement
confident that the Board will introduce some tangible initiatives over the next six
months that will provide the building blocks for future development. However, to do
this we will need more volunteer assistance from our members. In other words, we
have the perennial project management dilemma of finding the right resources at the
project, program and portfoliomanagers at PMI Global
right time. This may take the form of short-term projects or longer term board
appointments - both of which would qualify for PDUs. I will have more information
on this after our annual Strategic Planning Weekend which we will be conducting onFebruary 24/25 in Hastings. PMI Member Profile current?
One of the initiatives that has already kicked off is the 2007 Conference. You will
It's important that keep yourPMI member profile up-to-date
notice from recent communications that the conference team is well established and
has developed the theme of "Lights! Camera! Action!" This promises to be a superb
conference located at Te Papa in Wellington during 17-20 October. The team is
planning a fresh approach to the professional and social programmes to provide bothfirst time and repeat attendees with a memorable world class project management
event. I would encourage you to mark your calendars now. If you have been forwarded
As always, the Board would like to encourage feedback and suggestion on how we
this newsletter and would like
might best meet your needs. We gathered a considerable amount of membership data
to receive your own copy, visit
last year through our survey which we plan to use in our change agenda for 2007. http://www.pmi.org.nz/ to
However, if you are a new member who missed this or just someone who didn't have
time last year - there is no time like the present to contact your local branch or oneof the Board to articulate what you believe to be the key deliverables to meet yourmembership needs. I am personally looking forward to the coming 12 months and
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hope to get around the regions to meet as many of you as possible to discuss your
PMINZ National Conference 2007 Lights! Camera! Action!
In October 2007, PMI New Zealand will once again lead the evolution of projectmanagement awareness, networking and professional practice. The NationalConference is now the well-established premier event in New Zealand’s projectmanagement calendar. Attendance this year is expected to be upwards of 350delegates from within New Zealand and overseas.
Building on our well-deserved reputation as the film and creative capital of NewZealand (some might say the world!), our theme of Lights! Camera! Action! providesa wonderful opportunity to showcase the best, the brightest, and even outright zanyaspects of modern project management.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join us in Wellington between 17-20October 2007 for this stimulating, informative and educational occasion. Prime investment opportunity! (every production needs backers!)
Opportunities are now available for a limited number of Premier Sponsors (Platinum,Silver or Gold), many Associate Sponsors, and Exhibitors.
Premier Sponsors will enjoy a campaign of exposure both before and during theConference. This will include monthly pre-Conference updates, recognition in allpre-Conference issues of the monthly PMI e-News (available to 1,200+ PMINZmembers) and exposure on correspondence relating to the Conference.
Associate Sponsors have a wide range of specific opportunities, and Exhibitors willhave a wide range of display options – just ask us for more details!
For more information or to get involved, email [email protected]The road to fame! (the stars of the show!)
If you want to be on stage, we have openings for you! Seminar and paper presentershave already started indicating their interest… but it’s not too late for you too!
Can you act? sing? dance? make us laugh? make us cry? We want people who canpresent papers and run workshops that will help us develop skills, understand thetheories, let us learn from experience, and show us how to connect all of this to theprogrammes and projects that occupy so much of our daily lives.
We intend to issue a formal call for abstracts in early March, with a closing datearound Easter (early April this year). If you’d like to be certain of getting thataudition call, just let us know that you’re interested, and we’ll add you to the list.
For more information or to get involved, email [email protected]
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We welcome the following new members who joined during December 2006 andJanuary 2007:
From Our Sponsors
Microsoft is proud to support the launch of the Microsoft Project Association in NewZealand on the 13th March in Wellington and the 15th March in Auckland. The MPA isa dynamic professional association that serves as the pre-eminent resource forMicrosoft® Office Project. The MPA help a worldwide community comprised ofthousands of individual and corporate members better leverage their investment inMicrosoft Office Project in their businesses and careers. The MPA is an independentorganisation and will have special interest classification from the PMI, thereforemembers will be entitled to claim PDU’s for meetings. See http://www.mympa.org oremail [email protected] for further information.
At the event Microsoft will formally launch its new Enterprise Project Managementproducts; Microsoft Office Project 2007, Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 andMicrosoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007, demonstrating the new capabilitiesavailable to you today. In conjunction with this New Zealand’s foremost EnterpriseProject Management deployment partners will announce a service called EPM BASIC. This service will offer to organisations, large or small, the ability to deploy an entrypoint solution based on Microsoft Office Project Server. Seehttp://www.microsoft.com/nz/office/epm/partners.mspx?showIntro=n for furtherinformation.
Finally, due to the uptake of Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management toolset, wewould be interested to hear from companies operating in the project managementpractice and implementation space with a view to assisting in the deployment ofMicrosoft Enterprise Project Management toolset. [email protected] for further information.
If you are a candidate, please feel free to visit the Helium job board for the latest
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Branch News Auckland Branch
* Auckland Branch Meeting: Risk and Return - Big Projects at Enron* Christmas function report* Branch Committee news* Farewell to Walter Meister PMP
* Hamilton Group Meetings* Hamilton Study group
* Meeting Sponsor for 2007* Central Branch Meeting: Process Mapping in ProjectsCentral Branch Committee2007 CAPM & PMP Study Group
Hawkes Bay Group
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* February Meeting: Improving Project Capability through Extraordinary Working* CAPM & PMP Study Group
* Nelson Study Group* February 2007 Road show in Nelson* Nelson Meeting Programme for 2007
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