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November 2020 PMiA: Portfolio Management During COVID-19

Thanks to everyone who came to our November PMiA session on Monday!

You can view the presenter’s slides here.

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OCTOBER 2020 PMiA: Microsoft Project – Adapting it to Your Business

Thanks to everyone who came to our October PMiA session on Monday!

You can view the presenter’s slides here, and register for our November session here. 

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September 2020 PMiA – Team Project Resilience

Thanks to everyone who came to our September PMiA session on Monday!

You can view the presenter’s slides here, and register for our October session here. 

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August 2020 PMiA – What Methodologies & Tools Are You Using?

Thanks to everyone who came to our August PMiA session Monday!

You can view the presenter’s slides here, and register for our September session here. 

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July 2020 PMiA – Tools for Your Project Management Toolbox

Thanks to everyone who came to our July PMiA session Monday!

You can view the presenter’s slides here, and register for our August session here. 

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June 2020 PMiA – Portfolio and Program Managment for Small Business

Thanks to everyone who came to our June PMiA session Monday!

You can view the presenter’s slides here, and register for our July session here. 

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May 2020 PMiA – Project Managing Out of COVID-19

Thanks to everyone who came to our first online May session on Monday!

It was good to be back up and running and to utilise an online platform to connect with one another.

You can go over the presentation slides here.

See you next time!

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PMiA September 2019 – Young & Emerging Project Leaders Q&A – Ask The Panel

PMiA September – Young & Emerging Project Leaders Q&A – Ask The Panel

Have you got a burning question for young and emerging Project Leaders about their project experience?  At the September meeting, our panel of local young Project Leaders will share their experience in working in projects in their own environments, what they have learned thus far about project leadership and how they are hoping to further develop those skills.

Our Panel
We have Four (4) panellists with diverse project and work backgrounds:
Samantha Caldwell – Production Manager, Albury Precision Engineering Pty Ltd.  Sam manages the production side of APE and uses her project management skills to schedule work and manage human, machinery and materials resources for the business.

Angela Larkin – Economic Development Officer, Albury City. Angela undertakes administration, marketing and project management aspects of Albury’s participation in Evocities, Invest Albury Wodonga and other projects.

Daniel Kipping – Business Solutions Analyst, Wodonga TAFE. Supporting projects at the intersection of people and technology, Dan helps teams analyse, build, implement, and review processes so they can better serve their customers.

Jessica Amy – Improvement and Innovation Advisor, Albury Wodonga Health. Jess assists AWH’s projects in defining and documenting its business processes and seeking ways to continuously improve across the organisation.

To allow our panel to prepare, please email your questions to steve@e2eagency.com.au.

Date:    30th September
Time:   12:30pm to 1:30pm
Place:  ChamberHUB

>>Register Here<<

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PMiA July – Defining requirements that deliver

Thanks to everyone who attended the July PMiA Meeting to hear Sue and Steve Owens of E2E Change Agency talk about Defining requirements that deliver.

The link below is what was presented on the day.

PMiA July – E2E – DefiningRequirementsThatDeliver

Our next event will be on the 26th of August. You can get the full details and register HERE.
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August’s Session – Managing the Complexities of Stakeholder Engagement

How do you engage with stakeholders in complex projects in which you have a wide diversity of stakeholders and where each of them can be impacted in such different ways?

Come join us at PMiA in August when Ryan Hastie from Wodonga Council will share some of his experiences in dealing with complex projects and stakeholders in his work as Business Engagement Facilitator.

Ryan will explain some of the challenges he has had, his approach to meeting those challenges and the results of those outcomes in difficult situations.

Guest Speakers: Ryan Hastie

 

Ryan has been the Business Engagement Facilitator for Wodonga Council for two years, assisting the Council during significant commercial development and infrastructure works to revitalise the Central Business Area. This work has included new retail precincts, reconstruction of existing roads, creation of new roads and works to improve pedestrianisation.

Prior to his current role, Ryan worked at RSM as an Accountant/Advisor. Ryan has a distinguished background of working with a range of different stakeholders in a variety of industries and has brought those developed skills to his job at Wodonga Council with great success.

Ryan is an experienced business advisor with a demonstrated history of working with SMEs. Skilled in business improvement using strategic planning, sales, direct marketing & financial reporting analysis.

Date: August 26th, 2019
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Venue: ChamberHub – Albury Northside Chamber of Commerce
Register: Click here