PMI Indonesia Chapter will proudly present two days workshop in the area of project management. If you are a project manager or who has high interest in learning project management practices, you can join this workshop and learn from the experts, as they are about to share their expertise and lesson learned.
This exclusive event will be held on:
Date : Wednesday - Thursday, 14th – 15th August 2019
Time : 08.00 - 16.00
Venue : Pomelotel Jakarta
Jl. Dukuh Patra No.28, RT.11/RW.1, Menteng Dalam
Are you ready to learn Agile Energy Management (AGEM) where you can learn about the various facets of Agile Energy to sustain your agile initiatives? Are you frustrated that your Scrum projects are not going well? In an adaptive environment, we need to learn the three essential energies required to enable the generative and transformative power of Agile. Please join us on August 14-15, 2019! Agile Energy Management - From prescriptive to adaptive!
• Mr. Amin Leiman, PMP, PMI-ACP
Amin helps organizations enhance their collective project intelligence by coaching and training them using the latest emerging practices of project management including AGILE. Currently, he is working on an Agile Transformation Project at a large government organization in Los Angeles, California. His most recent clients include Los Angeles County Information Services Department (ISD), California Institute of Technology, IPAC, and Platinum Resources Group. Also, he teaches PMP® Examination Preparation Workshop in the greater Los Angeles area and Metro Manila, Philippines. Further, he was an adjunct
professor at Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii, Manoa specializing in Advanced Auditing course. Previously, he was the Director of IT Audit at Hawaiian Electric Industries, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Amin’s diverse project management experience includes working as a Cyber Security Assessment Team (CSAT) Lead Consultant at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Stations (SONGS), California and an Organization Change Management Coach for the IT department of the State of Hawaii.
He holds an MSBA in IT Auditing from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and an MBA from Thunderbird Global School of Management, Glendale, Arizona. Also, he receives his undergraduate degree in business administration from California State University, Los Angeles. Further, he attended Seikei University, Tokyo, Japan.
Amin is an author of two books: Karate Project Management (available on www.amazon.com) and PEPS – PMP Examination Preparation Strategies. He is currently co-writing his third book with Christine Cornejo: “OUR AGILE BEING”.
Amin practices traditional Japanese Karate and holds a first black belt degree from SKIF, Japan. He is also a finisher of Honolulu Marathons. Amin speaks conversational Japanese and Chinese.
Limited seats make sure to register yourself first for the PMW2019
Please register online & transfer the registration fee in advance to secure your seat.
We shall not guarantee seats for on-spot registration.
IDR 2,000,007 for PMI Indonesia Chapter Member / Student
IDR 2,250,007 for Non-Member / Public
Earn 16 PDUs for the Seminar
Secure your seat by advance payment to:
BRI KCP Jamsostek
Account : 207 101000 140 300
A/N : PMI Indonesia Chapter
Please put your name and session code “PMW2019” in Transaction Details (Berita)
Bring your transfer receipt upon registration desk. Students must show valid student ID.
More details visit our website at http://www.pmi-indonesia.org