Dear Project Management Fellows,
PRANKS (Project Management Knowledge Sharing) is a fun and knowledge-packed event to meet and greet with other project management practitioners where you can upgrade your skills, share your experiences and ideas.
Our 13th PRANKS session will be held on:
Date : Monday, September 14th, 2020
Time : 19:00 - 20:30 pm WIB (Waktu Indonesia Barat)
Click Here to secure your seat.
Project Management is undergoing change, which is measurable: From a predominantly cross-functional to a cross-corporate discipline, in which organizations act together as clients and contractors. This makes Project Management a true business discipline, which has already got a name: Project Business Management.
Project Business poses specific requirements on project managers, that are different from those in internal project:
- For the contractor, they have to bring money home, and they need to do that timely to net overstretch the own credit line with excessive outlays for the customer.
- On customer-side, they need to build a cross-corporate “Mission Success First” culture spanning over several organizations, placing completing over competing. A hard job, when many of the contractors are strangers.
Project Business Management requires skills on top of project management in commercial matters and also in contract law. In the worst case, a cross-corporate project may not only fail but end at court.
Oliver F. Lehmann, Trainer for Project Management and Project Business Management, will give an introduction and discuss the most important tools and techniques for success in Project Business Management.
Oliver F. Lehmann, MSc, ACE, PMP, has been a trainer since 1995. His focus is on Project Management and on Project Business Management. His customers include major International corporations, but also small companies. He has been a volunteer for PMI since 2002 and co-founded the Project Business Foundation in 2019. He has written two books and 30 papers with a focus on project business.
Oliver lives in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
Register yourself at www.pmi-indonesia.org. Seats are limited.
You will earn 2 PDUs to maintain your PMI credential.
Please register online in advance to secure your seat.
We shall not guarantee seats for on-spot registration.
REGISTRATION is FREE.
More details visit our website at http://www.pmi-indonesia.org