The ICCPM SIG Webpage provides a portal to access all current SIGs and topics. At the bottom of the page, you have the option to apply to join a SIG or start your own SIG.
Each SIG then contains their own topics of interest. It is within each topic where general discussions are conducted, and where participants can join the conversation by posting their own comments. Additionally, SIGs also hold meetings over video conferences to discuss their various topics.
In general, that’s: ICCPM SIG Webpage > Specific SIG > SIG Topic > Discussions (posts, comments, replies etc.)
Each SIG displays their own information on:
- SIG Chair(s)
- About the SIG
- Meeting Schedule
- for discussions held over video conference
- for discussions held over chat forums
- may contain notes of meeting summaries
- may contain links to relevant resources
Yes, participating in a SIG is an exclusive benefit of ICCPM Membership. Join the discussions today by signing up for an ICCPM Membership.
If you currently have an active ICCPM Membership, please log in.
Please see the ICCPM SIG Webpage. At the bottom of the page, you have the option to apply to join a SIG or start your own SIG.
Join the Discussion
The text box can be found at the bottom of a “topic.”
Topics can be found inside each SIG.
In each topic, you can view posts from participants. On the left-hand side of each post, you have the option to mark the post as “helpful”. This encourages more helpful posts for the SIG, and helps participants more easily identify helpful posts.
In each discussion topic, you have the option to mention a fellow SIG participant by referring to their profile name and writing “@first name-last name” within the body of your post. A participant’s profile name can be found below their SIG title. Their first and last names are connected with a hyphen with no spaces in between.
For example, to mention Participant Steve Smith, you would write “@steve-smith”.
Participants will receive an email notification if mentioned in a post.
The posts within each topic are arranged from latest to earliest. The latest post appears at the top. There are a total of 15 posts per page. Please refer to the paginations near the bottom of the topic page to change pages if available.
There are a total of 15 posts per page. Please refer to the paginations near the bottom of the topic page to change pages if available.