Project Management – Changing the World


Full slate of Outstanding Keynotes announced for AIPM National Project Management Conference in Perth

29 September 2013 – Sydney, Australia – The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) has announced a full slate of outstanding and recognised leaders as keynote speakers for their National Conference being held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre in Perth, WA during 13-16 October 2013. The theme of the AIPM national conference this year is “Project Management – Changing the World.”

130929-pmwj15-national-IMAGEIn a competitive market place, it is essential that organisations have the appropriate structures, methodologies and training to achieve successful project outcomes on a consistent basis.  Project management has continued to help organisations gage the success and implementation of high-level maturity models, programs and practices in order to continually improve project management capabilities on an organisational-wide basis.

Project managers from government, mining, oil and gas, energy, information technology, land development, construction, education and many other industries will come together to hear from leading International and Australian speakers to discuss Project Management – Changing the World.

You will hear from the following guest speakers who have been hand-picked by AIPM, Australasia’s largest association for project management, at this years’ National Conference from 13-16 October 2013 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, WA.

  • Dr Keith Suter, International Affairs Expert
  • Ed Merrow, President and CEO, Independent Project Analysis, Inc.
  • Laurice Temple, Project Services Manager – Asset Management, BP Australia
  • Tansel Ali, Two-Time Australian Memory Champion
  • Ross Holt, Chief Executive Officer, LandCorp
  • Jim Whalley, Chief Executive Officer, Nova Systems
  • Kieran Kinsella, Chief Executive Officer, Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority
  • Suzanne Tindal, Executive Director, BankWest

There are significant benefits for participating that can give organisations a platform to boost employee morale, engagement and performance. The keynote speakers are worldwide experts that can help organisations better understand how project management maturity can develop consistent organisational practices that encourage project excellence.

The AIPM National Conference has consistently provided a high level educational program and social events calendar. It offers an abundance of networking opportunities and the opportunity to expand your relationship with some of the key players in the rapidly growing project management sector.

The program has been developed in consultation with a network of special interest groups that will provide a unique opportunity for delegates to interact with Australian practitioners.  For more information please contact Linda Chiarella on [email protected] or (02) 8288 8700.  To learn more about the keynote speakers, conference program or to register, visit www.aipm2013.com.au.

Formed in 1976 as the Project Managers’ Forum, AIPM has been instrumental in progressing the profession of project management in Australia over the past 35 years.  AIPM’s role is to improve the knowledge, skills and competence of project team members, project managers and project directors.  AIPM’s vision is to be recognized by business, industry, and government as the key promoter, developer, and leader in project management professionalism.  AIPM is the Australian national member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA).  More about AIPM can be found at www.aipm.com.au.

Source: AIPM