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 18th PRANKS session will be held on:
Date: Friday, November 20th, 2020
Time: 19:00 - 20:30 WIB (Waktu Indonesia Barat)
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For PMI members, please ensure to login first before you register so your PMI ID can be automatically verified and we will waive the registration fee.
AITEHAKADORI KANBAN is a collaboration for impact (CFI) approach to prevent your projects from “getting into troubles” by applying the 7 principles of Aitehakadori thinking using Kanban practices. Aitehakadori in Japanese means the other sides as opposed to Jibunhakadori – thinking of your side!
The 7 principles that will be discussed are as follow.
1.) MISSION – the Project Manager should act like a “Taishi” or Ambassador of the project to fulfill the mission of the project rather than just merely executing the required tasks.
2.) HUMAN SYSTEM DESIGN – by focusing on the process design that is human friendly, potential bottlenecks due to miscommunications can be avoided. This focus on “Tehai” or arrangement of human interactions will create a harmonious project ambiance.
3. ) “SHIGOTO” - focusing on the “Nihonteki-na Shigoto” – Japanese-style Job as opposed to merely doing the tasks.
4.) WHOLENESS – better understanding of process dependencies,
5.) THE OTHER SIDE – understanding of other processes
6.) DEEPER THINKING – multidimensional view of events, and
7.) DETERMINATION – to fulfill the duty of a “Taishi” in completing the mission.
Yuichi is the founder of Collaboration for Impact (CFI) – a multidimensional approach to create and maintain a harmonious project environment using Aitehakadori thinking. Through his many years of dealing with human-related challenges including working for the top financial institutions in Japan, he develops a passion to create a better project environment using Aitehakadori thinking. He lives in Tokyo, Japan and is an alumnus of Sophia University, Japan.
Amin is the founder of Karate Project Management (KPM) – a unique approach to manage the four types of energy (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual ) to better deal with conflicts that arise in projects. He is a Kanban and Agile coach who lives in Los Angeles, USA. Amin attended Seikei University, Japan and is an alumnus of Thunderbird Global School of Management, USA. Also, he holds a first degree black belt in Shotokan Karate from SKIF, Tokyo, Japan.