Sachlani, PMP
Sachlani, PMPAdvisor

Sachlani graduated from Bogor Institute of Agriculture in 1987 and has worked for over 29 years at Astra Graphia Information Technology, holding his last assignment as Group Head of Enterprise Project Management. He continues to work as Project Management and PMO Consultant providing services to companies across different industries. He has volunteered for PMI Indonesia Chapter and held a VP Membership position in 2000. He continues to contribute to the chapter as advisor to the BOD. In his spare time, Sachlani enjoys to read and he has recently been actively sharing his knowledge through visual microblogs on his social media accounts.

Teguh holds a Masters degree in IT from University of Indonesia (MTI). He started his professional career in 2000 in IT consultant company and has held many roles from maintenance supervision to management roles. He is currently a Project Manager at PT. IBM Indonesia, managing software projects.

Teguh is a PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, SA credential holder and is currently volunteering for PMI Indonesia Chapter in the Education Department. In his spare time, he enjoys to read and travel.

Teguh Raharjo, PMP, PMI-ACP
Teguh Raharjo, PMP, PMI-ACPBoard Member
Alfin Mahfuz Daulay
Alfin Mahfuz DaulayBoard Member

Alfin has more than 12 years of experience in mining industry. He experienced a broad range of work in the industry, from exploration, mining and port operation, health and safety, to transshipment and marketing. He attained his PMP certification in October 2021. He graduated from Bandung Institute of Technology majoring mining engineering. In the past years he was challenged to be responsible for developing a new coal mining project in Kalimantan area.

Deni has more than 12 years experience in engineering and project management. He holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from School of Business Management ITB and Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS) Surabaya. He started his career as facility engineer for multinational O&G company with the biggest steamflood and waterflood technology in Indonesia. Currently, he is working as Senior Officer Project Management at PT. Pertamina Hulu Rokan.

Deni is a PMP and Scrum Master credential holder. He is also interested in financial planning and data analytics. During his spare time, he enjoys to read and cycling.

Deni Eka Prasetya, PMP
Deni Eka Prasetya, PMPBoard Member Program
Erdith Irawan Arifianto, PMP
Erdith Irawan Arifianto, PMPBoard Member Program

Erdith is presently working as an Information and Communication Technology Manager at Ericsson and also a Project Management Trainer. After graduating from Telkom University, he has worked for over 20 years in IT, Telecomunication and Banking Field especially as Project Manager and Business Consultant. He was handling high diversity scope of project from delivering telecommunication nodes implementation, leading complex integration, up to leading very complex migration, upgrades and turnkey projects. Erdith is a PMP credential holder and is currently volunteering for PMI Indonesia Chapter in the Education Department. During the past few years he has also been active as volunteer mentor in PMI Indonesia Chapter's Study Groups. He loves traveling, diving, snorkeling and enjoying delicious culinary in various places.

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Project Management For Small Projects

What’s a small project? For the purposes of this article, I’ve defined a small project as a project with a budget of less than $30.000 which is generally completed within 2-4 months. Businesses that engage in shorter-term or smaller projects, are generally those that are producing these on a regular basis (my own experience with Island Media is specifically based in digital projects which includes branding, design, development, and advertising). This generally means that often, there are multiple ongoing projects running concurrently – this drives a real need for strong project management. However, historically, project management frameworks have been developed for large scale projects, and while exemplary, it’s not always possible or financially viable to run small projects abiding to the same frameworks. 


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