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Dear Project Management Community,

Hi and welcome to the 99th edition of Excellentia. The Indonesia Chapter has just completed its Board of Directors Election,in the “From Board” rubric, we introduce to you our new Chapter leadership for 2020-2023. The PMI HQ BOD Election, however, is still ongoing and if you have not yet voted, you can check out the candidates’ profiles in this edition.

Our main article is about change, and the project manager’s perspective on responding to these changes. With the project economy and the changes it brings in skills, talent acquisitions and different ways of working, project managers will need to step up their game and become a true leader. Close to the time of publishing, the chapter was saddened with the loss of our project management mentor, Pak Hari Gumuruh. We have dedicated an obituary remembering his involvement from the day of the conception of PMI Indonesia Chapter.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter. As we strongly advance to the second half of the year, I wish you successful days ahead in navigating through the changes and challenges in your place of work. Stay safe!

 

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

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Dear Project Management Community,

Hi and welcome to the 98th edition of Excellentia. As more and more countries start to open, economic activities start to gain some tractions, and companies adapt to a new way of working. Our chapter started calling for nominees for the new Board of Directors 2020 – 2023. We feature an article on the importance of the succession progam, especially during this time. The chapter ran yet another online PRANKS session, about managing a business in crisis met with great enthusiasm from chapter members.

Our main article is about managing talents during the pandemic. The movement restrictions add another layer of complication. Project managers can use Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to assess the behavioral, physiological well-being of their team members. We also have an article about social impact. Often, we are too busy with work that we do not pause and think about the damage and suffering around us; from bushfires to the pandemic, we should try to take part in the efforts in sustainability.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter. I hope you enjoy it. As we embrace the “new normal” I wish you all healthy and productive days ahead.

 

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

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Dear Project Management Community,

Hello! And welcome to the 97th edition of Excellentia, in the time of Covid-19. I hope that you are healthy and productive during these strange times. In this edition, we spent some time with Tony and Devi who spearheaded the Organizing Committee of Symex 2020. They shared the planning process to execution of the event, the challenges they had to overcome and also how they adapted to the circumstances around Covid-19.

Our main article is an uplifting one, that will take us to see how “things are going to be ok”. How we can preserve a level empathy in this situation, but at the same time get past the sensationalism – and continue to contribute to the workplace and the society. We also share with you an excerpt from this year’s Pulse of the Profession survey.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this 97th edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter. I hope you enjoy it. I would like to take the opportunity to also wish Eid Mubarak to our readers who are celebrating.

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

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Dear Project Management Community,

Hi everyone, I hope that you are staying home and healthy during these difficult times. In March, at the onset of the Covid-19 outbreak, the chapter managed to organize the 9th Project Management Symposium and Exhibition (Symex) in the city of Semarang. Read about how the event unrolled and what the speakers and participants had to say about the event.

During these times, most of us are working from home and staying connected with our friends, colleagues online. We feature an article on the new trends in online learning, how to complement your “micro-learning” with a “macro-learning”.

We had a chance to interview our Chapter’s General Secretary, Crysanthus Raharjo. You can get to know him in depth, what he does professionally and why he continues to volunteer for more than 7 years now.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this 96th edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter. I hope you enjoy it. I would like to take the opportunity to also wish a contemplative Ramadan to our readers who are observing this holy month.

 

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

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Dear Project Management Community,

Welcome to the 94th edition of Excellentia. I hope everyone is gearing up for a fantastic year, because we sure are! Early in the year, we had a visit from PMI Asia Pacific Chapter Development. Read what key initiatives we have in the pipeline and why. This January, the Chapter hosted its very first monthly event called PRANKS taking on the topic of “The Misunderstood Agile”.

2019 has been a transformative year for many companies to navigate through challenges in this project economy. Our main article features how project management can be used for due diligence, to enhance decision making in organizations.

Not to forget, congratulations for the newly inaugurated PMI Indonesia Chapter Board Members. Welcome to volunteers who have come onboard. We wish you a great, fulfilling volunteering experience.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter.

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

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Dear Project Management Community,

Welcome to the 93rd edition of Excellentia. In this edition we feature our 104th Open Membership Meeting taking the topic of Bringing PMO practice and value to Telecom Operator in Afghanistan in November 2019, and we also have another OMM article on our 105th Open Membership Meeting taking the topic of Agile.

We have an interesting article about The Need for Care in Project Management Philanthropy.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter.

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

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Dear Project Management Community,

Welcome to the 92nd edition of Excellentia. You might notice that we have embraced the new brand with popping colors and we hope you like it. In this edition we feature our highly anticipated Study Group as they kicked off their 16th season in November and we also have an article on our 103rd Open Membership Meeting on Strategy and Execution.

We have an interesting article about the PMO of the future and the Project Management Technology Quotient (PMTQ) which is one of the organizational skillset needed to tackle the challenges in world re-modeled by Technology.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter.

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

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Dear Project Management Community,

Welcome to a special edition of Excellentia. October marks an important milestone as PMI celebrates its 50thanniversary and our chapter its 23rd. May the PMI journey continue to bring value for its members and beyond. The Annual Member Gathering this year is a very unique one, a cooking contest with a project management twist – like you have not seen before. The event was closed with an anniversary celebration gala dinner. A night of laughter, appreciation and friendship. In case you missed the event, we have covered the full day in this feature, see if you can spot yourself or fellow members in the photo section.

We feature also two activities carried out by our branches. Our friends in Surabaya held their first project management gathering, and Yogyakarta held their annual Project Management Challenge which attracted 24 teams to participate in the prestigious event.

Still in line with the 50th anniversary, we feature an article from the PMI HQ on the significance of this milestone, and we also feature an interesting article on how Netflix instills the company values in its employees using their “culture code”.

On behalf of the board of editors I would like to thank the contributors of this edition and everyone who has supported in the preparation of this newsletter. And again, we wish you a very happy anniversary!

Arief Prasetyo

Editor in Chief
PMI ID #844427

PMBoK 6th Guide Edition in Bahasa Indonesia Detail Price

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PMI Indonesia Chapter member 600.000,-
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 * 12% Discount for member and public from 9 December 2019 until 14 December 2019

By Project Managers, For Project Managers

The PMBOK® Guide is developed by active practitioners and subject matter experts, then reviewed by the project management community before it is released, to assure it always reflects the current state of the profession.


Why is the PMBOK® Guide changing?

  • Project Management has evolved significantly since we published the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition in 2013.
  • Part 2 of the PMBOK® Guide is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and must be updated every four to five years.
  • PMI continually learns more about what drives successful project outcomes through our research… and we want to share those drivers with the project management community.


What’s New in the PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition?

The PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition includes information on how to implement its approaches in agile environments — a first for PMI.

Other additions include:

  • Trends and emerging practices
  • Tailoring considerations
  • A greater emphasis on Strategic and Business Knowledge
  • A new section on the role of the project manager

 

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Two important members of your project team recently ended a six-year romantic relationship. While they're both trying to keep their domestic problems out of the workplace, the inevitable tensions between the two ex-partners are obvious and are causing the team to split into two camps.

The situation is affecting the team's ability to achieve a successful outcome on a high-stakes, high-pressure project to deliver critical capabilities to a customer.

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