6 August 2010

The IRNOP 2011 Project Management Research Conference, with theme "The Expanding Domain of Project Research", will be held in Montreal, Canada during 19-22 June 2011. IRNOP has now issued a Call for Paper for the conference. The International Research Network on Organizing by Projects (IRNOP) was founded in 1993 and has developed into a vibrant worldwide research network The University of Quebec at Montreal's Project Management Research Chair will host the IRNOP 2011 Research Conference, to celebrate the 10th edition of IRNOP. The theme is broad enough to welcome papers, round-table or workshop themes and student posters presenting and discussing a wide spectrum of topics. Call for Papers is now issued, with the following deadlines : February 7th, 2011 - Paper Submissions February 14th, 2011 - Round tables, seminars or workshop proposals February 14th, 2011 - Student short papers and posters

23 July 2010

For preparing for the Certified Project Management Associate (IPMA Level-D) certification exam, the PMAC recommends The Project Manager's Portable Handbook by David I. Cleland and Lewis R. Ireland, published by McGraw-Hill. Previously, PMAC had recommended the 2nd edition of this book; however, the publisher has just released the 3rd revised edition of this book, with a 2011 copyright date.

22 July 2010

Berteig Consulting has announced four new course dates for 2010 for its PMAC-accredited Agile Project Management course. This course meets the training prerequisite for students to write the PMAC Certified Agile Project Manager (Cert.APM) exam. The 3-day course costs $1650 per student.

22 July 2010

The Project Management Association of Canada wishes to recognize the top project managers in our profession.

Fellowship in the association recognizes those who have made a significant contribution to the development of the art and science of project, programme or portfolio management, either as a practitioner, teacher, or researcher. It is the highest level of membership awarded by the association and carries with it the right to use the post nominal letters FPMAC, Fellow of the Project Management Association of Canada.

All applications for fellowship are considered by the PMAC Board of Directors. Fellowship is normally awarded to individuals who have been a regular member of the association for at least five years, although exceptions are being made at this time for those who have been members in good standing for at least the past two years. To be considered by the Board of Directors for fellowship, please review the rules and procedures on our PMAC Fellowship Program page.


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