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Dear Project Management Community,

In celebration of the Volunteer’s day, the Chapter’s volunteers got together for the first time on 4th December 2021, after a year of virtual collaboration. This event took place on Cork & Screw Country Club on Senayan, Jakarta. There were 23 board members and BODs came to this event.

From PMI HQ, the article discusses mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines. We had one PRANKS session in November 2021 and in case you missed it, we feature 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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November 2021

e-Excellentia Volume 116

Read the Culture Culture is viewed as one of the very messy aspects of managing projects. This is arguably why, while frameworks, processes and standards go into the technological minutiae of how to manage something like earned value, the infinitely more complex and nuanced navigation of organizational behavior gets summarized at an incredibly high level.


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As COVID-19 began its global rampage in early 2020, the health of a global population—and the fate of a global economy—hung in the balance. A vaccine couldn’t come fast enough. Yet most take a decade to develop, test and make their way to market. Even the fast-tracked 1967 mumps vaccine took four years from start to finish.


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mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines


PRANKS 40: A Mission to Provide Telecommunication Infrastructure in 3T Area

Another exciting topic was discussed during the Project Management Knowledge Sharing 40th Edition on November 9th, 2021 by Erwien Kurniawan, the Head of Network Rollout PMO from BAKTI KOMINFO. In this very particular PRANKS, he discussed topics about how BAKTI KOMINFO provide telecommunication access to most rural access area in Indonesia.


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