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Our next monthly lunchtime seminar will take place on Tuesday 2 June commencing at 12.15pm to be presented byTom Walton on:
Cyber Security Governance best Practice
Click here to register. If you then need to cancel please do so as early as possible to allow those on wait-lists to attend.
The award of “Fellow of PMINZ” status is the most prestigious award that PMINZ confers. A list of those people who have previously been awarded this honour can be found at PMINZ Fellows The award is given to recognise significant contribution to PMINZ. The criteria that the review panel must consider when considering a nominee for recognition as a Fellow of PMINZ are:
The ability of PMINZ to successfully deliver its programmes depend heavily on the efforts of the members. Who do you know who represents PMINZ for you? Do they meet the criteria for this award? We invite you to consider nominating appropriate people for this prestigious award. More details on the policy and process can be found at:Fellow Policy and Fellow Application form. While there is no specific deadline for nominations, nominations received by the end of May to mid-June have a reasonable chance of being assessed in time for presentation at the Awards dinner in September. Regards Toni Iaseto PMP PMINZ Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 LUNCHTIME SEMINAR SERIES: BEST PRACTICE IN RISK MANAGEMENT
The Risk of Transferring Risk
Friday 14 April 2015: 12.15 - 1.00 PM
Presenter Leon Briggs
Please Register for your preferred Venue online at:
10 MINUTES’ SURVEY FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGERS WITH NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE
A Short Survey of Risk Factors Involved in the Variation between Elemental Cost Plan and Final Tender Sum in New Zealand
You are requested to kindly support a research project currently being undertaken in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, The University of Auckland, New Zealand. This survey is based on your experience as a Construction Project Manager on Elemental cost plan and Final Tender sum in building project development in New Zealandgenerally.
The research aims to develop a predictive model that will assist the construction industry practitioners in NZ to have a better and reliable prediction of final tender sum from the cost plan. This research purpose has indicated that such a model will be beneficial to the NZ construction industry. We have designed an online survey that is straight forward and easy to answer within 10 minutes. To participate, please click on the link below to begin the questionnaire:
PMINZ's partner - Auckland University would like to extend it's invitation to PMINZ members to join this forum.
Resilience to Nature’s Challenges
New Zealand National Science Challenges Initiative
MBIE funded science research into enhancing our resilience to natural disasters
Collaborative Engagement Session
When: Thursday 27th November, 10.00am - 1:00pm
Where: University of Auckland
Faculty of Engineering
20 Symonds Street
We invite you to join us for a workshop addressing one of the most pressing national-scale issues of our time – our resilience to natural disasters. We would like to partner with you in building a resilient New Zealand that creates a thriving community today, while future proofing our society against natural disasters of tomorrow.
This workshop provides a chance to actively contribute to the development of an action research plan, collaborating with a selected trans-disciplinary group of partners from across our community, businesses, local and central government, NGO sector and others.
This is a unique opportunity to be involved in addressing a challenge that has a significant and enduring public impact for New Zealand, its people and organisations, in a way that aims to fundamentally shift how science research is conducted.
Please RSVP to Suzanne Wilkinson: email@example.com