PMIQ Chapter Meeting - Brisbane - Gender Economics

 PMIQ Chapter Meeting & Christmas Drinks - Brisbane

What is Gender Economics and Diversity Economics and how will it affect Executive Managers and Project Managers


Gender Economics and Diversity Economics are emerging fields of study, and with so many nations in economic distress the pressure is on to tap into new resources and ways of thinking. Organisations are looking for new and innovative ways to progress and create shareholder value and as the available workforce changes organisations need to transform at an increased pace, and managers must develop new skills to manage these complex environments. Susanne's research "The profit impact of organisational gender Diversity programs” will compare Gender Diversity Program frameworks for effectiveness, and identify and evaluate linkages to organizational profitability.

In Susanne's opinion, Gender Economics is the new Business Transformation, the next major resource, and will open a channel to increased innovation and creativity through Diversity of Thought and the ability to maximise the management of these complex environments.

Whether you are a projet/program/portfolio manager, or a C level executive, join us as we hear Susanne talking about Gender Economics as the new Business Transformation, the next major resource, that will open a channel to increased innovation and creativity through Diversity of Thought and the ability to maximise the management of complex environments.

For more information about the research go to

Area of Focus: General Business Skills/Research & New PM Trends
             Presentation Style: Interactive Lecture
       Level: Advanced

Susanne Moore has proven experience as an Executive Manager and Program Management professional in large scale Business Transformation projects across Government, Utilities, Telco, Finance, Insurance, Banking, Education, and Retail. An experienced Management Consultant, Susanne has extensive experience in negotiating and managing outsourced contracts and transformational change in transitional environments across a range of industries.

Susanne is a founding member of PMI Queensland and NSW and Past President of PMI Queensland (2000-2001), represented PMI on the Joint Organising Committee (JOAT) AIPM/PMI 2002, been an AIPM National Judge in 2002, 2003 and has been a Committee Member on the International ISO Standards Committee for ICT Governance.

Susanne is currently developing the emerging field of Gender Economics and Diversity Economics, and undertaking a Sociology Degree with a focus on Gender. For more information go to

Venue: Tattersall's in the Tattersall’s Arcade, corner Queen and Creek Streets in Brisbane.

Dress Code: Please remember the business dress code for Tattersall's: Jacket and tie with 'ladies equivalent'; no denim please. Tattersall's does enforce this dress code.

Date: Wednesday,  12 December 2012

Time: 05:45 PM to 08:00 PM 05:45 PM Refreshments for a 06:00 PM start

Cost: PMIQ  Members: Free.  Guests are welcome: $10 inc GST

Capacity: 100

Registration will close: Monday, 10 December at 5:00 PM AEST or when capacity is reached (whichever occurs first)

Professional Development Units (PDU): 1 PDU can be claimed for attending this event. If you have a PMI Credential and you are a PMIQ Member, we will lodge your PDU claim with PMI once you attend.

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