PMINZ is governed by the Constitution, which defines the rules of procedures for conducting the PMINZ affairs, including finances, meetings, membership, elections, terms of office, and roles and responsibilities.
In May 2017 the PMI New Zealand Constitution was revised, voted on and approved.
Read the current Constitution in below:
To operate a vibrant Chapter in order to advance excellence in Project Management for the benefit of our Members and the Profession.
Our focus areas for 2016 – 2018
Value to members
- Broader range of events and activities
- Enhanced buy in from corporate, educational, and government sectors
- Energised and appreciated volunteers
Image and brand
- New website
- Better communications
- Push for recognition of wider suite of PMI offerings
Operations and governance
- Review of portfolio team roles and wider structure
- Revised procedures
- Succession planning
- Corporate memberships and refreshed sponsorships
- Refreshed relationships and focus on PMI, Region 10 and ASPAC
- Government sector/ C level relationships – Executive outreach
- Partnered events
- Membership – on-boarding and retention
- Financial benefits of commercialisation activities
- Continuing annual Project Management (PMINZ) Conference
From time to time PMINZ recognises a member’s significant contribution to PMINZ by awarding them the status of Fellow of PMINZ.
There is a process to follow and criteria to meet, which includes providing
- evidence of significant and sustained long-term contributions to the national chapter (i.e. wider than the local branch) through such things as organising larger projects for the chapter, and/or active membership of PMINZ committees or boards.
- evidence of significant and sustained contributions to the project management community and profession to expand and advance the knowledge, use and application of project management.
See who the PMINZ Fellows are/have been
Read the Fellows and Award Policy
Download and complete the nomination form