Dear Project Management Community,

On December 22, 2022 the PMI Indonesia Chapter, Membership Board held a Meet & Greet event with all PMI Member and Board Member participants. The event is one of the Membership Board's regular programs which aims to build togetherness, familiarization and networking among PMI Indonesia Chapter members.

From the Main Article, the article discusses “3 Power Skills That Fuel Advancement”. We had two PRANKS sessions in February 2023 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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Meet and Greet Member PMI Indonesia Chapter​

February 2023

e-Excellentia Volume 130

Power Skills That Fuel Advancement Skills are the keys that open the doors to career success. In some professions, everyone focuses on technical skills, which always matter (I recently signed up for a Power BI course to refresh my technical skills). Yet technical skills will only take you so far.

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On December 22, 2022 the PMI Indonesia Chapter, Membership Board held a Meet & Greet event with all PMI Member and Board Member participants. The event is one of the Membership Board's regular programs which aims to build togetherness, familiarization and networking among PMI Indonesia Chapter members

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PRANKS 67: The Role of Supply Chain in a Hypercompetitive Market: learning from the cement industry

Indonesia cement is currently highly in oversupply where the available capacity is double than the national demand. Due to the nature of cement product being heavy and is considered relatively low-value cargo, supply chain plays a vital role to create competitiveness and to be one of the pillars to survive and be ahead in the competition.

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Ricardo Sastre Martin introduced how project management is not about the triple constraint (scope, cost, schedule), project management goes beyond that. It is a key profession that can make a huge positive impact in our world if we apply a sustainable approach

 

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PRANKS 68: Contribution to Sustainability Through Project Management

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