Structure Working Group meetings
Posted by APM on 1st Feb 2011
Firstly we would like to thank you for the valuable contribution the Structure Working Group has made so far towards the Body of Knowledge Refresh. The discussions surrounding the first draft reviews at the meeting in December last year have allowed this project to develop in the best possible ways.
The BoK Refresh is currently moving into the draft 1b authoring period with the inclusion of authors from the Programme and Portfolio SIGs to strengthen the content in these areas. As this stage gets underway the Refresh team are now looking forwards in preparation for the next stage of reviews, which will follow this draft, to ensure that they are as worthwhile and constructive as possible. In total there are three drafts yet to be completed before the final product is ready, each taking slightly different forms. All drafts will be followed by extensive and robust review periods, which will be fed into the Structure Working Group to retain consistency and allow any high level contentions to be dealt with.
Although some of these dates currently seem rather distant, we would like you to put them into your diaries as soon as possible to ensure your attendance. As the previous meeting was so successful it is important to us that you are able to contribute at each stage of the process.
The dates for the future Structure Working Group meetings are as follows:
Draft 1b - Thursday 26th May 2011
Draft 2-Monday 28 November 2011(changed from Thursday 20 October)
Final draft - Virtual comments on final draft with recommendation to Project Steering Group on finalsign off
These dates will be confirmed closer to the time, however if you already know that you may not be available to attend any of the above dates please do not hesitate in contacting the Refresh Programme Team email@example.com
Many thanks again,
The Refresh Programme Team
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