The Project Governance and Controls Symposium (PGCS) is designed to enhance the connection between project management, project governance and project controls. Project management cannot operate effectively without the support of senior management and the information from effective project controls. Frank and fearless reporting of status and issues cannot be assumed if the middle levels of management have the capability to… Continue Reading.
The Symposium theme focuses on the contribution that our discipline can make in a world characterised by unprecedented change which brings along with it both challenges and opportunities. Through empirical evidences and case studies conducted by industry professionals and academics, we expect this event to contribute significantly to the area of operations, supply chain and service management which is becoming… Continue Reading.
The Mid-Year Workshop is being hosted by UTS in the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building on their Haymarket campus. Attendance is free to everyone – not just ANZAM members – but you must RSVP by Monday 6 June. For more information, including the Program and how to register, click HERE.
Includes Preceding Workshop for Early Career Healthcare Researchers and Doctoral Candidates (28 June). Registration Closes: 14 June 2016. The second International symposium on healthcare improvement and innovation builds on the success of a previous symposium and workshops (the first on healthcare improvement and innovation held in 2014, a workshop on innovations in health delivery and management held in 2013, and… Continue Reading.
The HR Doctoral Student Consortium is open to doctoral students actively working on their dissertations. Is it expected that applicants will (1) be members of the HR Division; (2) be on track to have completed all required coursework; and (3) be on track to have their proposal for their dissertation/thesis approved by their supervising committee by 8/1/2016. Unfortunately we cannot… Continue Reading.
The Consortium is for students interested in studying issues associated with organizational change and human systems. We welcome and encourage students at all stages of their dissertation! As a participant you will gain valuable feedback on your research from seasoned faculty, learn about the publishing process, hear from editors of leading journals, and have a chance to discuss academic career… Continue Reading.