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Dear Project Management Community,

On February 18th, PMI Indonesia Chapter held a special event called “New PMP Exam 2021 - Bring It On!”. As the name suggests, the online presentation is about updates on how the PMP exam is changing; the most awaited one is the fact that the PMP exam is now available in Bahasa Indonesia.

From PMI HQ, the article discusses about Pandemic Resilience. We had a PRANKS session in February 2021 and in case you missed it, we feature a report of the event.

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 reading this edition.

Rafi Sani Hardono

Editor in Chief

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February 2021

e-Excellentia Volume 107

A Disturbing Trend With PMOs  

2020 obviously saw some significant changes in how work gets done, and it created a lot of stress and strain on virtually every employee—in every organization, and in every industry.

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After months of working from home, most teams have figured out loads of productivity hacks and probably even become masters of the mute button. But project leaders shouldn’t ignore the tremendous toll the pandemic is taking on the mental health of their teams.

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Pandemic Resilience

 

PMC 2020 Closing

As the first prestigious project management competition for university students, Project Management Challenge (PMC) aimed to increase student awareness of the importance of project management which is held annually for the Asia-Pacific University Students.

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On Monday evening at 8th of February 2021 Gaurav Dhooper, a strategic thinker and agile IT Delivery Leader from Ghaziabad, India was kind enough to share the definition of hybrid management, along with how agility in businesses can be improved with hybrid management, and other insightful information in Project Management Knowledge Sharing (PRANKS) which was held by PMI Indonesia Chapter.

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PRANKS 22: Increasing Agility with Hybrid Management

 

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