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PM Capture July 2020

Newsletter – July 2020
Himalayan Monal - Sharp Eye and Round Vision helps to see clearly - Just like a Project ManagerLocation- Chopta, part of Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary located in Uttarakhand state Clicked by Ebenazar Isaac, an IT Project Manager with keen interest in photography.

PM Quiz July 2020

Newsletter – July 2020
Questions: When should you ideally apply change control to a deliverable? What would you call a combination of tailored communication skills that consider clarity of purpose, effective relationships and leadership behavior? Who should identify risks on a project? What are cost reimbursable contracts? What is the salience model in stakeholder identification?   Answers: Once the first version of a deliverable has been completed Communication competence All stakeholders should be encouraged to identify individual project risks Cost reimbursements to seller for legitimate actual cost plus a fee / seller profit Assesses stakeholders based on their power, urgency, and legitimacy   Compiled by Himadri Sekhar Chowdhury  

PM Member’s Corner July 2020

Newsletter – July 2020
We welcome all new members and thank members who have renewed their membership in June 2020. Members completing their Anniversaries in June 2020 A total number of 256 chapter members completed their anniversaries in the month of June 2020. We from the chapter would like to thank them all for being with us through thick and thin and support us for these long years. Some of the notable long terms (10 years and above) are given below.  17 Years (Since June 2003) Mr.  Venkatadurga Nageshbabu Garapati   15 Years (Since June 2005) Mr. Naresh Tanwani   11 Years (Since June 2009) Mr. Ahmed Ali Khan   10 Years (Since June 2010) Mr. Ravindra Chalamalasetty Mr. Balakumar Chinnaiyan Mr. Basawaraj Pagade   For any queries or suggestions, please write to Sachin Sood, V...

A New Generation of Leaders Arrive

Newsletter – July 2020
The next generation of future-focused project professionals are making a huge impact on a global scale. Gen Z is bringing digital fluency, collaborative mindsets and a deep commitment to inclusion and environmental issues to the world of project management. PMI is proud to honor 50 standout project leaders that represent the wave of change that will accelerate innovation in the years to come. These change-makers are reshaping our future by creating, building, transforming, shifting and defining the way we work in The Project Economy. PMI's  Future List (https://www.pmi.org/future-50)  includes honorees from a wide range of diverse backgrounds and extraordinary achievements such as: Boyan Slat,  CEO The Ocean Cleanup, Delft, the Netherlands Taking a deep dive to remove tr...

PM Guest Article July 2020

Newsletter – July 2020
The Common Confirmation Biases You May Have as A Project Manager Karthik Richard Karthick is a project/people manager and content creator with close to 8 years of experience delivering course modules, assessments, ancillaries, and tools in the e-learning industry. He currently blogs at Go For The Quill and LinkedIn. Your friend who just purchased an expensive gadget on EMI walks up to you all excited and shows off a new phone. You're not impressed, but you force an “awesome phone.” Your friend goes, “right? It's amazing.” Great job. That's exactly what your friend wanted to hear. A few months later, a new model of the phone is released, and you tell your friend about it. Your friend goes, “no, it's not all that great. There's nothing new in this model. The one I bought was better.” You kno

Did You Know?

Newsletter – July 2020
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Chapter News July 2020

Newsletter – July 2020
Arun Malavalli Chapter successfully completed ONLINE INSTRUCTOR LED TRAINING for PMP Certification on 30th, 31st May & 6th, 7th June 2020.  Participants from UAE, South America and India participated. PM Footprints Webinars and E&C Footprints Webinars were conducted. PM FootPrints Webinar table{ border : 1px solid #dddddd; } tr, td{ border:1px solid #dddddd; padding:6px; } th{ border:1px solid #dddddd; background-color: rgb(20, 3, 61); color:white; padding:6px; white-space: nowrap; overflow: hidden; } Sl.No Date Speaker Topic 01 13th June 2020 Ms. Roli Agrawal, Service Designer, Scripbox Service Design 101 – What's in it for the Project Manager There were more than 100 participants E & C PM Footprints Webinar Sl.No Date Speaker Topic 01 13th

PM Guest Article July 2020

Newsletter – July 2020
Divide and Conquer in Problem Solving Jayaraj Narayana   Intel Technology India Pvt. Ltd. Jayaraj is currently working as Technical Program Manager with Intel Technology India Pvt.Ltd. He has more than two decades of experience in VLSI / ASIC domain in both technical and management roles. Jayaraj is passionate about learning and applying behavioral strengths and habits of people towards project management success without deviating from any involved processes.    Introduction We used to see complexities cease or retard the progress of any task and it is a challenge to advance in such scenarios. We can often observe that many times the assigned resources tend to procrastinate or slow down or de-prioritize in midst of problems instead of looking for solutions proactively. ...

Editor’s Note July 2020

Newsletter – July 2020
Editor's Note Dear Readers, This is an era of fear and grief and sorrow caused by Covid-19, and everyone is wondering when will it end? There is hope emerging all around. Maybe it's in the form of an effective drug. Or that Yoga is helping boost our immunity, or that Ayurvedic medicine is being found effective. The situation getting better or worse depends on the personal opinion and context of discussion. There is certainly positive news about the progress being made for vaccine. Multiple countries and institutions have their best minds at work. When will the vaccine be available, only time will tell, however developments are becoming more and more positive with each passing day. Managing development of the vaccine is certainly a huge challenge for the project manager working on t...