blueVisions completes the Portfolio, Program and Project Management Maturity Model (P3M3™) assessments for the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.
The Department’s strategic policy areas include: National Broadband Network; postal and telecommunications policies and programs; spectrum management; broadcasting policy; digital economy; regional communications; cybersafety and e-security; regulatory reform and convergence and digital television. Through policy development and program delivery, it aims to develop a vibrant, sustainable and internationally competitive broadband, broadcasting and communications sector, which promotes the digital economy for all Australians.
As an Accredited Consulting Organisation, blueVisions conducted the P3M3™ assessment across the organisation. The assessment conducted in August and September 2013, included a review of 30 staff in various roles across the Project, Program and Portfolio management sub-models.
PT blueVisions Management, representing the Institute of Management, has signed an agreement with Indonesia’s largest retail company, PT Mitra Adi Perkasa (MAP), to provide NSW-AMES English Language Training for its managers. PT MAP is the license holders of many world-famous brands in Indonesia such as Massimo Dutti, Zara, Pull & Bear, Lacoste, Starbucks, Burger King, among others.
Just before its official launch in Indonesia, PT blueVisions Management, representing the Institute of Management, had won a contract from PT Multistrada Arah Sarana (MASA) to provide NSW-AMES English Language Training for its community college in Cikarang, West Java. The course is expected to start in November 2013. PT MASA is the manufacturer of Achilles high-performance tire in Indonesia.
PT blueVisions Management and the Institute of Management has been officially launched in Jakarta, Indonesia on 5 September 2013. Held at one of the most prestigious locations in Jakarta, Morocco House, Menteng, the launch was attended by around 100 guests.
The event was attended by guests from companies of different industries, including: telecommunication, real estate, banking, education, manufacturing, oil and gas and retails, among others. The guest of honors were Wim Tangkilisan (Cabinet Adviser to President SBY), Kym Hewett (Minister Commercial and Senior Trade Commissioner Australian Trade Commission) and Dianne Robinson (Director/Client Relations NSW – AMES). Unfortunately, Wim Tangkilisan was not able to attend due to a Presidential duty.
This event launch was hosted by Jakarta’s hottest and hilarious MC’s Ronal and Tike. The guests were also entertained by Belly Dancers which everyone enjoyed.
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