Colin Murphy has over 30 years of experience in the Information Technology (IT) industry, including 25 years of Project & Program Management experience. His educational qualifications include:
Bachelor of Applied Science (Mathematics & Computing)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD)
Certificate in Adult Education
ITIL Certified Practitioner
Mr Murphy has been a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) since January 2004. He is the Co-Founder and immediate past Executive Director of the recently-formed PMI Mongolia Chapter.
Mr. Murphy is currently the General Manager of Rio Tinto’s Information Systems & Technology (IS&T) Global Solution Delivery Team. Prior to that, he was head of Oyu Tolgoi LLC’s Information Systems & Technology (IS&T) Team and was accountable for the delivery of IS&T Projects across Oyu Tolgoi and Rio Tinto. With many years of Project and Program Management experience, Mr. Murphy has managed a large range of projects including:
Data Centre Consolidations
Travel Management Systems
Water Billing System
Telecommunications Infrastructure Rollouts
Large-scale IT Infrastructure Implementation Programs
Mr. Murphy also has a wealth of general management experience and he has a keen interest in leadership, project management and organizational change. He is passionate about sharing his skills and experience with the next generation of IT professionals, Project/Program Managers and Organizational Change Managers.
About the Director at Large Role
PMIQld's Volunteer Directors at Large are elected roles that represents our members, and ensure strong governance of our organisation. Ultimately our board members are custodians of our chapter values, assets, and contribution to industry; and ensure we stay on Mission, contribute to our Strategic Pillars, and create a vibrant and wonderful community for all PMIQld Members. All of our Directors at Large play many active roles in the chapter - contributing to our monthly board meetings, collaborating with other chapters nationally and internationally, representing PMIQld in the community, bringing networks and supports to PMIQld, being involved in steering committees for major PMIQld Initiatives, leading new or special initiative areas for PMIQld, senior engagement with Qld Industry, supporting our volunteer leaders, and always being available to all members to assist any concerns, opportunities or correspondence. In common with all our board roles, elections are run strictly controlled by PMI, with all board members serving 2 year terms with a maximum of 4 consecutive terms allowed on the board.
Volunteering is also a huge part of how PMI Qld provides value to members, and also how members can best get to know others and establish new skills and strong networks in industry. If you have an interest in better networks, giving back, or showcasing or growing your skills please contact our Associate Director - Volunteering (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss how volunteering might open great doors for you.