Reconnecting the ACT Chapter Project Management Community

ACT Chapter Connects | Webinar


What is happening with the ACT Chapter?

The pandemic has totally disrupted our ability for the ACT Chapter to connect face-to-face as a professional community.  We can also be proud that many in our professional community have also been on the front line of delivering the national and territory pandemic response.

Project managers rely on their professional networks to deliver optimal project value. Knowing the right person to give the right nudge – well, at times, that is the art of project management.

So the ACT Chapter is looking forward to bringing us together again, reconnecting our professional community and fostering the network of relationships that underpin the project management professional practice.  We also want to acknowledge those in our community who have contributed to the pandemic response.

Event takeways: 

  • The AIPM CEOs vision of the AIPM as a professional body.
  • The ACT Chapter’s vision of the ACT Chapter as a professional community.
  • Opportunity to interact with the refreshed ACT Chapter Council.
  • The depth and breadth of project management talent in the ACT professional project management community.

Who is this event for? 

  • ACT Chapter members
  • Broader project management professionals interested in joining the AIPM
  • Local aspiring / developing PMs

COVID contingency and cancellation policy

Due to the current situation this event will be delivered online. If you have already registered, you will receive the link to access the webinar in the next 24 hours. 

This event is proudly sponsored by: 


Members $0 | Non Members $0
CPD points: 3


Jane Hatton Jane has been working as a leader and Manager within the information communications technology industry for over thirty years. After a distinguished career as an Army Officer, she transitioned into the public service in 2008 with a focus on information technology program management. She is currently working in Defence Science and Technology Group delivering world leading computational science capabilities for Defence and National Security Agencies. She holds a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Sustainment Management and a Master of Systems Engineering. She is also the President of the AIPM ACT Chapter and graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Sid Gokani Sid Gokani is a business leader with a passion for and core strength in the leadership of change, expertise in building high-performing, resilient organisations and a career focus on helping organisation to better understand, serve and engage customers. Sid’s role as CEO of the Australian Institute of Project Management allows him to draw on his experience in driving member-based organisations and in project and change leadership. Prior to this role, he held senior leadership positions with Velocity Frequent Flyer and Qantas Loyalty, and helped to reshape the airline loyalty landscape in Australia. A constant career theme for Sid, has been supporting organisations through transformational change. This includes experience as an executive sponsor and change leader, as a practice lead shaping project delivery practices, and as a hands-on project manager delivering programs of change for global brands across multiple markets.

Jane Hatton

Sid Gokani