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Dear Project Management Community,

Coinciding with Mother’s Day in many parts of the world, the Chapter XChange Program ran its monthly webinar in May with the topic of Women in Project Management. The panel of speakers were Diana Balboa, an educational game designer from Peru, Jeane Mathenge, President of PMI Kenya, Liz Hector, Director of PMI Netherlands, and Lee Lambert, a PMI Fellow and Founder of the PMP Certification.

From PMI HQ, the article discusses about Woman at Work. We had one PRANKS session in May 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

PMI# 3035961

May 2021

e-Excellentia Volume 110

8 Things We've Learned About Teams in a Difficult Year

For the vast majority of us, teams are the vehicle by which significant work happens in our organization. Whether operationally focused or responsible for delivering a project, teams are what make the world go round.

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Dr. Wladimir Klitschko is one of the most accomplished heavyweight boxing title holders and an Olympic gold medalist. He developed a four-step method, "F.A.C.E. the Challenge," to guide others to develop their own willpower and act more focused, agile, coordinated and persevering.

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Make Reality - Questions with Dr. Wladimir Klitschko


PRANKS 28: Managing Engineering

The subject of this Project Management Knowledge Sharing can be derived from two terms: Engineering and Project Management. Bronsen Wijaya, Project Director of PT Exacta Pranata Enjiniring, took Engineering definition from Oxford Dictionary and Project management from PMBOK Guide 6th Ed. resulting definition for Managing Engineering as the effort of directing engineering activity to meet with the project requirement; not to forget, to achieve benefit of the project.

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