New industry partnership set to boost project management for Aussie managers and leaders

The new partnership between the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) is set to widen member access to greater range of benefits

The Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) have struck a new partnership in an effort to further develop the project management capabilities of Australian managers and leaders.

The new partnership is set to allow members of both organisations to access a much wider range of exclusive benefits, and both AIM and AIPM will offer discounted rates for events and accreditation programs, as well as further access to a variety of market leading training and education programs. This partnership will also see the delivery of a united voice to industry and government on key management and project management topics, which will also benefit members.

“As a discipline, project management continues to grow in importance for Australia’s managers and leaders, so it’s important we provide appropriate pathways for our members to access the professional development opportunities they need to develop as effective managers,” AIM CEO, David Pich, said.

AIPM CEO, Yvonne Butler, claimed the partnership is a landmark moment for the management and project management professions in Australia.

“The timing couldn’t be better," she added. "By working together, we can strengthen Australia’s approach and delivery in the topical innovation and productivity spaces. We look forward to working with another of the peak industry bodies in Australia and working to share knowledge, advocacy and benefits to both sets of members.

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