Dear Project Management Community,

In December 2021 we closed out our first Agile Practitioner (PMI-ACP) Study Group. This study group was long awaited and joined by 15 qualifying participants. The sessions are conducted online and lead by volunteer mentors, spearheaded by the SG Leader, Ichsan Basha.

From Main Article, the article discusses Influencing Stakeholders: Three Mistakes You Must Avoid. We had one PRANKS session in December 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

PMI# 3035961

December 2021

e-Excellentia Volume 117

Influencing Stakeholders: Three Mistakes You Must Avoid Janet was reviewing the stakeholder register for her project. The company was implementing new technology to improve routing for field service technicians. This new system promised to improve technician productivity and timeliness. There were all types of stakeholders, each with different opinions and requirements, including the VP of Field Service (who was also the project sponsor), systems engineers working on the software, the field service technicians who would be using the new system, and long-term customers who would benefit from improved service levels.

 

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In December 2021 we closed out our first Agile Practitioner (PMI-ACP) Study Group. This study group was long awaited and joined by 15 qualifying participants. The sessions are conducted online and lead by volunteer mentors, spearheaded by the SG Leader, Ichsan Basha.

 

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PMI-ACP Study Group First Season!

 

PRANKS 42: Brownfield Project Management

PRANKS 42 featured Bangun Suryoputro, Senior Project Engineer at Qatar Energy, taking on the topic “Brownfield Project Management”. The challenge in managing a brownfield project is that it is run on an existing operation, along with its technology.

 

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