Dear Project Management Community,

PMI Indonesia Chapter hold another Corporate Outreach with Ericsson Indonesia (EID) on 10 June 2022.  It was initiated from request from Raisyuli Indria  as Project Manager Quality & Acceptance from EID, who got a message from Dr. Mohammad Ichsan as Head of PMO, to encourage the growth of project management certification in EID and also provide some insight about what a project manager need to aim after he/she get the PMP certification.

From Main Article, the article discusses Developing the Skills That Truly Make a Difference. We had two PRANKS session in June 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.

Rafi Sani Hardono

Editor in Chief

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July 2022

e-Excellentia Volume 123

Are You Developing the Skills That Truly Make a Difference? PMI recently published its 2022 Jobs Report. There’s a lot of great insight, but I want to focus on just one set of data in the section on “Demand and Rewards for Project Talent.” That data set is the five top skills and capabilities for project managers: Relationship building, Collaborative leadership, Strategic thinking, Creative problem solving, Commercial awareness.

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PMI Indonesia Chapter hold another Corporate Outreach with Ericsson Indonesia (EID) on 10 June 2022. It was initiated from request from Raisyuli Indria  as Project Manager Quality & Acceptance from EID, who got a message from Dr. Mohammad Ichsan as Head of PMO, to encourage the growth of project management certification in EID and also provide some insight about what a project manager need to aim after he/she get the PMP certification.

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Company Outreach: Ericsson Indonesia

 

PRANKS 53: Have You Ever Jumped from An Airplane? Delivering Complex Projects

Have you ever jumped from an aeroplane? Relax, it is not an actual question but rather an analogy that was used to describe how it feels to deliver complex projects.

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In the 54th PRANKS, we discussed the process of organizing and executing digital projects by using Digital Project Transformation with Yogi Pamungkas.

 

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PRANKS 54: Digital Transformation of Project Management in Tower Bersama Infrastructure Group

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