ChangeFirst is one of just under 20 methodologies that the ‘Methods and Standards’ theme within the Enabling Change SIG is in the process of documenting, as part of our mission to build our members’ capability for managing change.
Following the Annual General Meeting, the monthly event was held. The presentation entitled “Managing Projects across Borders in East Asia’ was delivered by Mr. Stuart Gethin, Associate Director, Programme and Project Management at Arup with about 11,000 technical staff, including 468 Professional Project Managers over the globe. It was well attended by forty odd members and non-members.
This webinar was presented by Nancy Madter, who provided an overview of the the Project Initiation Routemap (Routemap) which was developed by Infrastructure UK in collaboration with the University of Leeds (and supported by the Infrastructure Client Group). The recording of this webinar can be viewed here.
A list of Hong Kong branch nominees can be found here.
The April event of APMHK was held again at Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island on Tuesday 21st April. The interesting topic entitled “What is NEC 3?” was presented by Dr Jon Broome, Chair APM Contracts and Procurement Special Interest Group, supported with industry examples from John Rayner, Quantity Surveyor with Balfour Beatty.
70 enthusiastic volunteers attended the APM Volunteers' Forum in Glasgow last weekend.
Whilst the Hong Kong branch's March event didn't turn out quite how we'd hoped, there are some lessons to be learned in planning and stakeholder management...
APM Hong Kong gathered once again at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Causeway Bay, on 24th February for an excellent evening. The interesting event entitled “Facilitation and project management” was presented by Mr. Marcel Ekkel.
The date for APM & Wellingtone's much anticipated Project management careers and job fair finally arrived this week, with over 100 delegates and a number representatives from APM Corporate Member organisations in attendance.
The site visit to MTR-South Island Line was initiated by CIArb and co-organised with APM Hong Kong. There were only 7 places available to APM. The registration period for the event lasted less than a week as the vacancies filled up very quickly.
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