Hola Project Management Fellows,
It’s 2020! New year, new hope, and new PMI Indonesia. We have new logo and now we would like to introduce new name and new format of our half-day seminar that previously named Open Membership Meeting (OMM).
PRANKS (PRoject mANagement Knowledge Sharing) is a fun event to meet and greet with other project management practitioners where you can upgrade your skills, share your experiences and idea, and don’t forget to meet new people and make new friend.
Our 1st PRANKS will be held on:
Date : WEDNESDAY, 29 January 2019
Time : 18:00 – 21:00
Venue : PT. Asaba Computer Centre
Ebenezer Building 4th floor
Jl. Setia Budi Selatan No.1, RW.5, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan, 12920
In this event, our Speaker Mr. Athar Januar, PMP will be speaking about THE MISUNDERSTOOD AGILE.
While Agile has greatly become a buzzword in the last 2-3 years, unfortunately many project management practitioners have different perception of agile. To worse the matter, a number of practitioners view this as a threat in conventional project management approach, known as waterfall. Not to mention, there are many endless debates on the social media about this issue.
Is agile something completely new? Does agile actually threat waterfall? Will waterfall be left behind? Is it agile the future of project management? Or perhaps the most fundamental question: what is agile?
Those questions will be discussed in the PRANKS 01! So, what are you waiting for? Let’s join us at the event and learn Agile insights from Athar that is working independently as project management consultant (practitioner, agile coach and trainer) at multiple clients from financial, IT, to oil and gas sectors. He is completed master majoring Computer Science in 2008 at University of Karlsruhe in Germany and studied Feature Driven Development (FDD) as one of many agile methods.
Along the journey, Athar realized that there are different opinions on Agile and Waterfall, therefore, he would like to use the opportunity to discuss about them with other practitioners.
Don’t forget to register yourself at www.pmi-indonesia.org since limited seats available only.
Psst: You will earn 3 PDUs to maintain your PMI credential.
Please register online & transfer the registration fee in advance to secure your seat.
We shall not guarantee seats for on-spot registration.
IDR 75,001 for PMI Indonesia Chapter Member / Student
IDR 150,001 for Non-Member / Public
Secure your seat by advance payment to:
BRI KCP Jamsostek
Account : 207 101000 140 300
A/N : PMI Indonesia Chapter
Please put your name and session code “PRANKS01” in Transaction Details (Berita)
Bring your transfer receipt upon registration desk. Students must show valid student ID.
More details visit our website at http://www.pmi-indonesia.org