Dear Project Management Community,

On April 14, 2022, PMI Indonesia Chapter held an iftar event with all PMI Indonesia Chapter board members. It is a longing because since Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, and it is only this year that the Iftar event can be held again.

From Main Article, the article discusses 4 Ways to Future-Proof Your Workforce. We had two PRANKS session in May 2022 and in case you missed them, we feature report 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.

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May 2022

e-Excellentia Volume 121

4 Ways to Future-Proof Your Workforce I was talking to a head of HR recently who was looking to develop a program for his company that would not only improve their ability to hire and retain project managers, but also, to attract people who had the potential to become project managers in the future. That seems really important and worth exploring.

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On April 14, 2022, PMI Indonesia Chapter held an iftar event with all PMI Indonesia Chapter board members. It is a longing because since Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, and it is only this year that the Iftar event can be held again.

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Iftar with board member PMI Indonesia Chapter

 

PRANKS 49: Combining Project Management and Change Management for Digital Transformation

For the 49th PRANKS we had Abdurrahman Syahrawi that lead the discussion of “Combining Project Management and Change Management for Digital Transformation” which touch on the history of digital transformation as well as dimensions that led to its successful endeavor 

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As for the 50th PRANKS, Tiarma Quezonita Simanungkalit shared juicy insight about how agile helps large and complex transformations and how organizations could take benefit from the conduct by understanding the methods that will best fit the organization.

 

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PRANKS 50: Agile Methods Development for Software-as-a-Service Implementation

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