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Compiled by Somashekar N T Questions: What is the type of knowledge that includes personal knowledge and can be difficult to articulate and share such as beliefs, experience, and insights? What is the agreement by everyone in the group on a single course of action? What is the method called for obtaining early feedback on requirements by providing a working model of the expected product before actually building it? What is the relationship in which a schedule activity has more than one predecessor? What is a significant point or event in a project, program or portfolio? Answers: Tacit Knowledge Unanimity Prototype Path Convergence Milestone
Arun Malavalli Chapter successfully conducted the Virtual E&C Symposium on 5th December 2020. It was well received with more than 100 Delegates attending. The Chapter conducted below events successfully PM Footprints Webinar: Ms. Rashmi Fernandes spoke on the topic “Product Thinking for Project Managers” on 12th December 2020. There were more than 100 participants. E&C PM Footprints Webinar: Ms. Vidya Chavan spoke on the topic “Accelerating Zero – Decarbonizing the Data Center Power” on 12th December 2020. There were more than 100 participants.
New Board of Directors joining PMI Bangalore Board from January 2021 Mr. Balakumar Chinnaiyan VP – MembershipBala has over 17 years of product & program management experience in the field of healthcare product development. He is currently leading the indigenously developed Computed tomography medical products in India for India and for the world.Kartik has over 20 years of corporate experience. Project, program, portfolio management and PMOs have been a passion and interest. His latest focus of interest is the impact of emerging technologies on project management. Mr. Kartikeyan Ramamurthy VP - Academic Relations Ms. Priya Batra VP - Special ProgramsPriya has 20+ years of experience in comple
New Board of Directors for PMI Bangalore India Chapter Effective January 1st 2021 Mr. Muktesh Murthy President Mr. Sachin Sood Secretary & Treasurer Mr. Palash Gupta VP - Professional Development Mr. Raju Dhole VP - Marketing & Communications Mr. Balakumar Chinnaiyan VP – Membership Mr. Nagesh Ramamurthy VP - Corporate Relations Mr. Srivathsa E.S. VP – Technology Mr. Tanish Mathur VP – Volunteering Mr. Subramanyam Krishnamurthy VP – Outreach Ms. Priya Batra VP - Special Programs Mr. Sekar Parasuraman VP - Projects & Initiatives Mr. Kartikeyan Ramamurthy VP - Academic Relations Lt Col L Shri Harsha, Retd Past President
PM Footprints - 14th Anniversary Organization Health and Happiness for Successful Project Delivery Vignesh Sundaram, PMP Vignesh is a PMP and CLSSGB certified Electrical Engineer with 8 years of experience across Power Electronics, Renewable and Facility Management. About the speaker: Raghurama Kote is an entrepreneur and a visionary and has over 20 years of experience in the IT Services Industry. He has played several leadership roles as the President of CIBER India, Founder and CEO of Iteamic, a Senior Partner at Ivega Corporation and is currently the COO of Opteamix. Mr. Kote's talk centered around building organisations that are healthy, by keeping culture at the centre. Organisational health and project delivery is based on three key aspects: Defining, developing and implementing th
Employee Experience: How to Tap into Employee Discretionary Energy Harmeet Singh Chawla Harmeet Chawla is the Managing Partner & Co - Founder of Flywheel Management Services. "Human beings have discretionary energy, and they would give it to you if you treat them with dignity and respect." – Paul O'Neill, former Treasury Secretary of US under George W. Bush. As employees, we each have moments in our days when we know we have done something worthwhile when we know we are part of something, whether big or small. An organization needs to focus on the moments that make a difference for the employees. Together, those moments add up across all of the organization and enable the project team members and managers to bring the organization's bold mission to life. Energizing the employees, he
The Unconventional Project Manager Muralidharan Murlidharan is currently retired, but in the past has worked in various organizations like Madhura Coats, BPL (as a CIO) and IBM. MSD, Mahi, or simply Dhoni, as he is called, is without doubt one of the finest captains that India has ever had and a hero to many cricketing fans. Project managers will find a good case study in his success through unconventional methods. Starting from a humble background, he rose to become the most successful cricket captain of India to win the most number of cups. Under his captaincy, India won the inaugural 2007 ICC World Twenty20, the 2010 and 2016 Asia Cups, the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup and the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy. This success can be attributed to his keen cricketing instinct, uncanny intuition, exc...
Editor's NoteDear Readers,Here's wishing you all a happy, healthy, safe and successful 2021. Each new year is an opportunity to reflect on what we've done and what we could do differently. It's an opportunity to ponder on our new goals while being thankful, all the more so for 2021.Our January edition is about unconventional project management. Unconventional times call for unconventional measures. We have seen enough examples from last year alone how we went the unconventional route to find solutions to our problems and managed things despite being locked down for months.It's a VUCA world after all. There's bound to be disruption and being agile is only one solution. Organizations tuned into a virtual mode and perfected the approach as we moved on. Meetings, reviews, workshops … everythin