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Welcome to the

17th Meeting of the

Project Management

Interest Group

(PMIG)

9 March 2009


…relationships matter…

By making connections with one another, and keeping them going over time, people are able to work together to achieve things that they either could not achieve by themselves, or could only achieve with great difficulty. People connect through a series of networks and they tend to share common values with other members of these networks,; to the extent that these networks constitute a resource, they can be seen as forming a kind of capital.

(John Field, 2003:1)


Background and Purposeof the PMIG

  • Joint venture by TAU, DPSA and GCIS

  • Forum for exchange of ides and issues relating to project management in project implementation in government - best practices and lessons learnt

  • Learning network across project management community of government for their mutual benefit


The PMIG 2001 to 2010

  • 1st PMIG on 21 August 2001

  • 16 PMIG sessions up to date:


Topics


Feedback from the last PMIG(National Spatial Development Perspective)


Suggestions for improvement

  • Focused commentary, alternative views, synthesis

  • Focused discussion on PM rather than technical questions

  • Stakeholders in the room to be identified at the start of the session

  • Reference documentation to be provided


Themes for future sessions

25 May 2010

Launch of TAU Programme and Project Management (PPM)Toolkit

19 October 2010

Results-Based Management, and Auditing of Performance Information


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