Would you like to contribute to the Chapter newsletter and are you a PMI member? If so then contact the Editor, at Communications.
1. ARTICLES INVITED*
We are always interesting in featuring articles / discussion papers / think pieces from Chapter members. This is not regular (monthly) feature in the Newsletter but instead based on demand / input from Chapter members. If authoring an article is something that interests you, please contact the Editor for an initial discussion. Article size is typically limited to 350-500 words.
2. PROFILE A CHAPTER MEMBER (“INTRODUCING JOHN CITIZEN”)*
The Queensland chapter’s membership base comprises project professionals with diverse skills, backgrounds and experience. Each month PMI Queensland endeavours to profile one of our members in the Chapter Newsletter. We are always interesting in hearing from members wishing to either profile themself or else nominate a colleague.
Is this something that interests you? If so, please contact the Editor for an initial discussion, or alternatively, just follow the instructions below.
(a) Complete the questionnaire (250-400 words total),
(b) Attach a photo of yourself (portrait style, JPEG or GIF, low resolution),
(c) Submit both, to the Editor at the above email address.
Question 01 - Position title / project type:
Question 02 – Location and Sector:
Question 03 - Describe an average day in your project role.
Question 04 - What’s the best part of your project role?
Question 05 - How long have you been in your current project role?
Question 06 - What did you do prior to this project role?
Question 07 - What do you love about the city/town you live in?
Question 08 - Hot tip on a great place to visit in your city/town.
Question 09 - Favourite animal, and why?
Question 10 - Your ultimate holiday destination?
Question 11 - Hobbies and interests?
Question 12 - If you could have anything in the world, what would it be?
Project Management Institute – Queensland Chapter
* The Editor reserves the right to accept/reject submissions and on occasion may ask that submissions be edited to conform with basic style or word count requirements and constraints.