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

January 2020 e-Excellentia Volume 94

Applying Project Management Techniques to Due Dilligence Efforts

Project management techniques establish order and clear responsibilities in the conduct of an organizational-level, strategic, due diligence effort. The application of these concepts by business leaders in their rawest form provide invaluable tools for successful implementation of due diligence efforts.

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In January, PMI Indonesia Chapter had the honor of hosting guests from PMI Asia Pacific. Benjamin Breen, the Managing Director for ASEAN and Kang So Hyun, Chapter Development. There is a reason why Indonesia was visited so early in the year and it is mainly due to the growth potential that Indonesia has for project management.

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PMI Asia Pacific
Chapter Development:
Full Throttle, Indonesia!

A Transformative 2019 Sets The Stage For The Future

The start of a new year often inspires reflection. And as we enter the early days of a new decade, what better time to both celebrate PMI’s past and look ahead to the future of project management?

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A lot of working groups, companies jump on the agile bandwagon without properly knowing what it is or only taking it superficially.The first PRANKS session was held in Jakarta and what an intriguing topic to start off this newly branded Open Membership Meeting.

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The Misunderstood Agile


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