Project Managers Team up to Fight Cancer


From May 15th to June 8th when you purchase a copy of The Lazy Project Manager , The Lazy Winner (or both) by Peter Taylor eBook (pdf)  or The GPM Reference Guide to Sustainability in Project Management eBook (pdf), all proceeds will be given to The Trek for a Cure: Salcantay to Machu Picchu 2013.

The Lazy Project Manager and GPM Global s pleased to support Julia Checchia, PM Practice Leader at Hitachi Data Systems , Past President of PMI Sydney Chapter, and Director at Large of PMI NZ chapter in raising funds for the Cure for Cancer. You can also make a direct donation here.

Early in 2012, PMI Sydney Chapter and the Change Management Institute (CMI) signed a memorandum of understanding to ensure that members from both institutes could embrace learning and opportunities to ensure that change and project management are used consistently to consolidate business success.

It was at that time that members from both organizations decided to save the world (a small portion of it, of course), through the Trek for Cure: Salcantay to Machu Picchu in Peru Cure Cancer Peru 2013 . During 13 days Peter Taylor will be part of a group teaching project management skills in a school located in a small village, and trekking 60 kilometers for Cure for Cancer. He is also aiming to raise $4,000 for Cure for Cancer GPM Global is supporting this initiative by donating all proceeds from  book sales.


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Where to buy the books.

· The Lazy Project Manager Books can be purchased at You can buy an individual book for only £5 or a 50 book bundle pack for your team and colleagues for only £200!

· The GPM Reference Guide To Sustainability in Project Management can be purchased and is available in both English and Spanish for $19.99

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Joel Carboni IPMA-B® GPM® MPM® is the President of GPM Global, a project management professional development organization dedicated to the advancement of the practical application of sustainable project management practices to decouple socio-environmental degradation and economic growth. GPM Global accredits professional training organizations and project management practitioners and is largely considered the solutions leader with their project delivery method PRiSM™. GPM training is currently being offered in over 128 Countries through accredited training organizations and Universities and have won an IPMA Achievement award and a Global Leadership and Development Award from the HRD World Congress for their work in Sustainability.


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