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Dear Project Management Community,

After a long wait, and months of preparation the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) Study Group was kicked off on October 9th, 2021. The Chapter has been receiving many requests since the beginning of 2020, to run a study group for PMI-ACP, following the footsteps of our more mature PMP Study Group.

From PMI HQ, the article discusses Make the Most Out of Virtual Events. We had two PRANKS session in September 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

PMI# 3035961

September 2021

e-Excellentia Volume 114

Risk Acceptance, Not Risk Ignorance

There are several reasons why a risk might be accepted (and acceptance is a management approach for opportunities and threats). Focusing on threats (as that’s the more common application of risk management), it may be that there is no effective active management approach that is feasible. If there are no options to mitigate or transfer the risk, and elimination is not warranted (sometimes that means canceling the project, or at least the approach), then taking a “watching brief” and accepting it is the best choice.

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Empty conference centers were an early sign of the pandemic as large-scale events, including professional conferences, were shut down to stem the outbreak of COVID-19. Unable to board a plane for business travel or even to enter offices, workspaces and project sites, we adapted to the new reality and pivoted to virtual interaction.

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Make the Most Out of Virtual Events

 

PRANKS 36: 5G: Unlock the Future

By the evening of Thursday, September 9th of 2021, Project Management Institute - Indonesia Chapter along with 131 participants of Project Management Knowledge Sharing, or simply called PRANKS, are enlightened by Samuel Pasaribu, VP Network Service Management of Telkomsel, who explained the 5G Technology and how it will unlock future opportunities.

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Adi Prasetyo is no stranger to project
management society, especially in Indonesia
as he was once the Chapter President of PMI
Indonesia Chapter as well as PMI Authorised
Trainer and one of the contributors for the
PMBOK 7th Edition. Mentioning PMBOK 7th
Edition, PMI Indonesia Chapter arranged a
session with him on Tuesday at 7 o’clock in
the evening of September 21, 2021, for a
discussion about how the newly released book
will give a new approach to manage a project

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PRANKS 37: PMBOK 7th Edition: A New Approach to Manage Projects

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