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Dear Project Management Community,

Binus University has been a long-standing partner where the Chapter provides recommendations and insights to their curriculum particularly in the field of project management. On Sunday, August 21st, 2021, PMI Indonesia Chapter’s Education Board was invited by the Binus University’s Information Systems Online Program.

From PMI HQ, the article discusses Practical Ways to Contribute to Diversity & Inclusion. We had two PRANKS session in August 2021 and in case you missed them, we feature reports of the events.

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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August 2021

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How To Be More Inclusive for Better Results

With your projects getting larger and more complex, with more and more interdependencies and higher visibility, your project team must be working on all cylinders to achieve success. Even when your team is a diverse mix of personalities and backgrounds, every individual must be confident in their ability to do their job, to raise risks or issues, or to bring up uncomfortable topics that are key to success in complex projects.

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We have a long way to go to build a diverse and inclusive society. For a time, I wasn’t sure what to practically do about these challenges. The sheer scale and complexity of these issues felt overwhelming.

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Practical Ways to Contribute to Diversity & Inclusion


PRANKS 34: Supply Chain Strategy Using Big Data

In the Project Management Knowledge Sharing session on the evening of 12 August 2021, in front of the screen of 100 participants both Project Management Institute Indonesia Chapter members and non-members, of Soerjo Winarto shared how to prepare people and the organization to welcome and implement Big Data.

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Engineering is a wide definition and can be paired with many common technical terms. However, Arief Prasetyo, the Integration Project Manager of Schlumberger in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, brought up the behavior engineering into equations on 24 August 2021 in the Project Management Knowledge Sharing session.

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PRANKS 35: Building Your Winning Team with Behavior Engineering

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