COVID-19 IMPACT ON PROJECTS
SHARE YOUR VIEWS AND EXPERTISE WITH THE ICCPM COMMUNITY
ICCPM is inviting project practitioners and academics to share their story of how people and projects are adapting to these turbulent times. Whether it’s a postponement of a project, a cancellation of an event or simply a change in your work life, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU.
Speak to the ICCPM global network of project professionals. Share your story and your views. How will the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak continue to impact your project or program and society at large? As a project management expert, what’s your take on this matter? What is your project team or organisation doing to respond to this chaotic environment? What advice can you give to the rest of the community?
Use the ICCPM News Blog in our website to write about your experiences and views. Articles can range anywhere from anecdotal, commentary, or expert advice. We will screen submissions and gradually post them to share with our network.
The ICCPM Podcast has tackled a wide variety of topics within complexity and complex project management by speaking with local and international experts such as CSIRO Mega-Project Consultant Dr Phil Crosby and Author Carole Osterweil. If there is a particular topic that you would like to discuss, let us know and we can schedule a time to record the podcast. Podcast episodes typically range from 15 to 30 minutes. Terms & Conditions apply.
Conduct a 1-hour webinar for those who would like to learn more about complex project management. We are looking for opportunities to share insights with our community of stakeholders that may be useful in steering their projects through this current COVID-19 epidemic. If you have a related topic you would like to host a webinar on, please contact us and we can provide you with the audience and platform. Terms & Conditions apply.
PROMOTE YOUR PROFILE
Once we share your contribution, we will utilise our channels to share it with a wider audience. This can include extra promotions on ICCPM social media pages and even being published in CONNECT e-Magazine. You will be fully credited as the contributor and may include a brief bio and a mention of your organisation or contact details if desired.