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Paul Chippendale , Minessence Group
Qualifications
  • 1991 - Post-Graduate Diploma of Social Planning (The University of Queensland)
  • 1986-1989 - Psychology, history of science, philosophy and business analysis subjects successfully completed while enrolled as a "Miscellaneous Student" (The University of Queensland)
  • 1981 - Bachelor of Commerce (The University of Queensland) [Organisational Behaviour & MIS]
  • 1972 - Bachelor of Engineering (Queensland University of Technology) [Communications & Electronics]
  • 1968 - Radio & Electronics Technician's Certificate (Postmaster General's Department)

Professional Training

  • 2005 - Australian National Training Framework: Accredited Courses -- The Other Option (Department of Employment & Training, Queensland Government)
  • 2005 - Australian National Training Framework: Accredited Courses -- Stepping Forward (Department of Employment & Training, Queensland Government)
  • 2005 - Integrative Group Process and Leadership Development (Yaro Starak, Brisbane)
  • 2005 - Australian National Training Framework: Do it Yourself Units of Competence (Department of Employment & Training, Queensland Government)
  • 1993 - Accelerated Learning Skills - Levels 1 & 2 (Summerland Education Centre, NSW Department of Education)
  • 1993 - CN404 Instructional Skills -- "Train the Trainer" (TAFE, Queensland)
  • 1992 - Writers’ Workshop: The Preparation and Running of Certificate Courses by Distance Education (Australian Organization for Quality/University of Central Queensland)
  • 1988 - Advanced Modeler’s Certificate in Ericksonian Hypnosis (Australian Institute of NLP)
  • 1988 - The Hall-Tonna System for Personal & Organisational Development (Omega Associates, Inc., California)
  • 1988 - Neurolinguistic Programming Practitioner (Australian Institute of NLP)
  • 1986 - Presentation Skills for Executives (Australian Institute of Management)
  • 1986 - Advanced Management Seminar (Telecom)
  • 1986 - Communication Within Relationships (Catholic Education)
  • 1985 - Information Systems Planning (Harris & Sutherland)
  • 1985 - Bridging the Gap Between Computing Professionals and their Client/Users (Oliver & Langford)
  • 1984 - Managing Technological Innovation (Australian Institute of Management)
  • 1984 - Communication Skills (Australian Institute of Management)
  • 1984 - Project Management (Management Technology Education)
  • 1984 - Information Engineering Methodology (Info. Engrg.)
  • 1983 - Management Development Programme (Telecom)
  • 1983 - Arthur Anderson’s structured systems development methodology METHOD/1
  • 1981 - Structured Analysis and System Specification (Yourdon)
  • 1980 - Executive Development Course (Australian Institute of Management)
  • 1976 - COBOL Programming (Honeywell)
  • 1976 - Microprocessor programming (Motorola)

Publications

  • Chippendale P. (2006). "Learning Styles", in People and Performance: Achieving business success through people, NZATD, Dec 06 - Jan 07, Vol 14 No 4, pp 7-10.
  • Chippendale, P. (2005). "Management By Values" in Developing Management Skills: A comprehensive guide for leaders, Eds. Carlopio, J., Andrewartha, G. & Armstrong, H., Pearson Education Australia (Prentice hall). pp. 119-123.
  • Chippendale, P. (2004). "The Importance of Managing by Values", in IMDP Participant Bulletin, Issue 3, pp. 1-3.
  • Chippendale, P. & Colins. C. (2002). New Wisdom II: Values-Based Development. ACORN Publications: Brisbane. [Reprint of the 1995 version with some updates]
  • Chippendale, P. (1996). “Unleashing the Positive Power in Your Organisation’s Culture” in VALNET. 3(4). Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. & Colins, J. (1996). “Values & the MBTI” in VALNET. 3(2). Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. (1996). “Values-Based Recruitment” in VALNET. 3(1). Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. (1995). Values: The Key to Sustained Corporate Success. Zygon Associates: Brisbane.
  •  Colins, C. & Chippendale, P. (1995). New Wisdom II: Values-Based Development. ACORN Publications: Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. & Colins, C. (1994) “Male/Female Values Differences in the Australian Workforce”, in The Australian Values Institute Journal. 2(3). Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. & Mansour-Nahra, P. (1994) “Module CQT 2: Human Factors in Quality” Certificate of Quality Improvement Distance Education Course, Queensland Quality Centre.
  • Chippendale, P. (1993). “A Discussion of the Relations and Tensions Between Common Sense, Science and Philosophy”, in The Australian Values Institute Journal. 2(1), 29-39.Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. (1993). “Book Review: The Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff”, in The Australian Values Institute Journal. 2 (1), 22-28. Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. (1992). “From Mexico to the Australian Values Institute”, in The Australian Values Institute Journal. 1 (4), 15-22. Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. (1992). “The Personal and System Dimensions of Personal Growth”, in The Australian Values Institute Journal. 1 (2), 6-15. Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. (1992). “Adding the Values System to Soft Systems Methodology”, in The Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress on Action Learning. Brisbane.
  • Chippendale, P. (1991). “Organizational Transformation - The Values Dimension”, in the Proceedings of The IPMA Human Resource Management Conference. Brisbane.
  • Colins, C. & Chippendale, P. (Eds.) (1991). The Proceedings of the 1st World Congress on Action Research & Process Management, Volumes 1 & 2. ACORN Publications: Brisbane.
  • Colins, C. & Chippendale, P. (1991). New Wisdom: The Nature of Social Reality. ACORN Publications: Brisbane.
  • Colins, C. & Chippendale, P. (1991). “Values Analysis - Why it is so Important”, in The Proceedings of the 1st World Congress on Action Research and Process Management. ACORN Publications: Brisbane. 205-223.
  •  Chippendale, P. (1986). “Information Resource Management: A Systems Approach”, in Proceedings of the Conference: Information Management - Achieving The Vision. Telecom Australia: Melbourne.
  • Chippendale, P. (1978). “Microprocessor Projects in Telecommunications”, in The Revolution of Microcomputers. Australian Computer Society: Brisbane.
Experience

Before embarking full-time in the values field, Paul had more than 25 years management experience as a project manager, as a chief executive officer in information systems management, and as a mentor of corporate culture development programs.

Paul is an experienced facilitator of workshops using the latest learning techniques and is a specialist in corporate and personal values analysis.

Some Career Highlights:

  • Developer of the AVI (A Values Inventory) - an instrument used by leading Values-Based Organisations (VBOs) around the Globe.
  • Regular contributor to the values section of the book by Carlopio, J., Andrewartha, G. & Armstrong, H., Developing Manager Skills: A comprehensive guide for leaders - a text used internationally by universities in HR Management degree programs.
  • Founder of The Values Education Network and the Minessence Group
  • Co-editor & Publisher of the Proceedings of The First World Congress on Action Research & Process Management.
  • Co-convenor of the First & Second World Congresses on Action Research & Process Management
  • Tutor in Information Systems Management as part of the IMCA's MBA programme in Papua, New Guinea.
  • A mentor of Telecom’s (now Telstra's ) VISION 2000 cultural change programme.
  • Lecturer at TAFE in "Information Systems Management” as part of their Diploma of Information Systems & Computing.
  • Chief Executive Officer, Information Systems and Computing, Telecom Queensland.
  • Member, Executive Management Board, Telecom Queensland.
  • Adult Education Lecturer for TAFE in microcomputer programming techniques.
  • Project Engineer in charge of the installation of the computer system to handle Telstra's customer complaints.
  • Design of computerised control/surveillance equipment (micro-computer hardware & software) to control and monitor Telstra's Radio Telecommunications equipment
  • Project Engineer in charge of the design and installation of Radio Broadcast Stations across Queensland for the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC).
  • Studying non-linear systems (chaos) theory in the early 70’s, under the guidance of Dr Colin Chesmond who had been the Project Engineer for the Autopilot of the Concorde supersonic airliner.

 

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