Dear Project Management Community,

The Chapter’s volunteers got together for the second time on 18th December 2022 after a year of virtual collaboration. This event took place on Avenew Indonesia Camp on Kemang, Jakarta.

From the Main Article, the article discusses “7 Ways for Individuals and Organizations to Improve Agility”. We had two PRANKS sessions in December 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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December 2022

e-Excellentia Volume 128

7 Ways for Individuals and Organizations to Improve Agility Improving agility is essential—and quite challenging to achieve. PMI’s 2021 Pulse of the Profession® report found that only 33% of organizations surveyed stated they have high organizational agility.

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The Chapter’s volunteers got together for the second time on 18th December 2022 after a year of virtual collaboration. This event took place on Avenew Indonesia Camp on Kemang, Jakarta.

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Board Member Year End Meet Up

 

PRANKS 63: Egg-celent Project Management

A unique session on what project managers can learn from chickens.

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This session will discuss the differences between utilizing a traditional, adaptive or hybrid approach and the benefits of incorporating the different approaches.

 

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PRANKS 64: Hybrid Project Management

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