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ICCPM Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are dedicated to discussing and learning more about a variety of topics in complex project management. They provide a conducive environment for ICCPM Members to come together virtually to share their expertise and experiences, and learn from one another. SIGs are also dedicated to contributing to the growing body of knowledge in complex project management.

Application and Guidelines

Our current SIGs are listed below. You can observe discussions with an active ICCPM Membership. Additionally, you can fill in the respective form to apply to join or moderate your own SIG. Click here to apply.

For more information including the SIG Terms of Reference and Code of Conduct, please see the ICCPM Communities of Practice and Special Interest Groups Application and Guidelines.

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Current SIGs

Each SIG communicates through a forum that contains various topics.

SIGs require an active ICCPM Membership. Please log in or join today.

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    • Managing Risk in Complexity SIG (MRC SIG)
      ICCPM's MRC SIG is a forum for open conversations and collaborative exploration into managing risk and uncertainty in complex project environments.  The MRC SIG aims to identify and to develop improved risk management insights, tools, and methods of value to project owners and managers.  In addition to four formal SIG meetings each year, there will be ongoing opportunities for ad-hoc meetings and collaboration on topics of interest to members.
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      Stephen Suminguit

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