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Member Benefits July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
PMI membership includes many free resources that can help you power your career and earn valuable PDUs. 1000+ tools, templates and webinars 4 virtual events each year Discounts up to 30% off live events, online courses and popular books in the PMI Store Networking with project managers around the world   Plus, PMI membership includes free access to these digital publications: PMBOK® Guide (available in 12 languages) 19 digital editions of the PMI Standards 57 digital editions of PMI-published books   Happy Learning and earning PDUs!!! Feel free to revert for any further clarifications. https://www.pmi.org/membership  

PM Quiz July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
Compiled by Nikita Pareek Questions: _____ ,________ and ______ form Project Manager's sphere of influence Project Selection Methods can be categorised in to ________ & ________ Lowest level in a Work Breakdown Structure is known as ___________ Three-point estimating technique comprises of weighted averages of ____, _____ and _________. A _______-Chart is a matrix-based chart known also as a responsibility assignment matrix (RAM)   Answers: Project, Organisation and Industry Benefit Measurement and Constrained Optimization Work Package optimistic, pessimistic and most likely estimates. RACI  

PM Member’s Corner July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
We welcome all new members and thank members who have renewed their membership in June 2021. Members completing their Anniversaries in June 2021 There are a total of 96 chapter members who have completed their anniversaries in June 2021. 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. 18 Years (Since June 2003) Mr. Venkatadurga Nageshbabu Garapati Mr. Suresh Prabhu   16 Years (Since June 2005) Mr. Naresh Tanwani Mr. Venkatesh Shamabhat   15 Years (Since June 2006) Mr. Achuth Nayak Kodange   14 Years (Since June 2007) Mr. Konakalla Manoj Kumar Mr. Sandeep Shastri   12 Years (Since June 2009) Ms. ...

Chapter News July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
Arun Malavalli The Chapter conducted below events successfully PM Footprints Webinar: Chapter conducted PM Footprints webinar on 12th June 2021. Topic was "Leveraging Organizational Network Analytics (ONA) to unleash the power of your relationships". Speaker was Mr. Togy Jose.  The event was well received with over 120 participants attending. E&C PM Footprints Webinar: Chapter conducted E&C PM Footprints webinar on 12th June 2021.  Topic was "Successful Marathon Runners are Great Project Managers".  Speaker was Mr. Vedamurthy Mallikarjunaswamy.  The event was well received with over 110 participants attending. PMP QUEST: PMP QUEST was successfully conducted on 19th, 20th, 26th & 27th June 2021. Annual All Members Meeting (AMM) : Annual All Members' Meeting was held on 26th

PM Guest Article July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
Highlights of Annual Meet Annual All Members Meet on 26th June 2021 Somashekar N T  Summary Invocation of the meetinga. 75 members participated in the AMM meeting the Quorum required.  Welcome address by the President.a. Points presented by President – Muktesh Murthy PMI Bangalore India Chapter – Vision – To be the Most Admired Professional Body for Advancement of Project Management in the Region Mission – To serve Project Management community by dynamic advocacy of standards & practices to advance professional development. Chapter activities (Learn, Qualify, Advance)   Presentation of audited accounts and its approval & Appointment of External Auditors - by Secretary – Sachin Sooda. a. Chapter Annual Reportb. Financial Report 2020 - 21c. Resolution passed

PM Guest Article July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
Trifles make Perfection, and Perfection is no Trifle Mohammad Sayeed Qureshee Recipient of “Governor Award for Teachers.” Lecturer Eng. Experience – 23 years of teaching at high school level, Teacher training- 11years, worked in various ELT projects of CG state government., Designed training modules for PS, MS and HS teachers. And Running a Ride N Teach mission individually to reach to unreached student by riding cycle and teach them English in rural, tribal, remote jungle area for last 4 years. Small things or small acts are of immense importance, but they are mostly ignored almost in all walks of life. Even in the business world, micromanagement that is quite linked to the core idea of small act and big impact has a bad connotation. One of the main reasons is that employees who are being

PM Guest Article July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
Successful Project Managers are  Great Marathon Runners Vedamurthy Mallikarjunaswamy   Vedamurthy is a Project Management Leader at Ingersoll Rand. He possesses proven Track record with 21+ years' experience with Project & Program Management, Product Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Team Leader, Engineering Excellence and with handling Customer facing projects. Every Marathon is like a new project. Each marathon can be broken down into five stages: Initiation, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling and Closing. Further, every race cam be broken down into a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). The initiation stage involves identifying the race and the dates. Planning involves the training program and then collecting the race bibs, scouting the start point etc. Execution in

PM Guest Article July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
Voice of Volunteers On a beautiful Saturday morning, Ms. Lakshmi Ramchandran hosted the "Voice of Volunteer" meeting and welcomed all the attendees to share their experiences and expectations of being a PMI Volunteer. In attendance were a good mix of Senior Leaders, Veteran volunteers, and new aspiring volunteers. Meeting began with a video message from PMI India leaders on the benefits of volunteering. One beautiful message from the video that struck a chord with me - "as in the game of tennis volunteering start with love-all and the one who serves well win the game”. As the meeting progressed new volunteers introduced themselves. Veteran volunteers share their heart-warming experiences of supporting an NGO that works for underprivileged children to support them in their higher education,

PM Guest Article July 2021

Newsletter – July 2021
Leveraging Organizational Network Analytics (ONA)  to unleash the power of your relationships Togy Jose Togy Jose is a cofounder and Head - Product and Innovation in OrgLens. He is a Talent Analytics leader with 16 years of experience spanning Talent supply chain, Product development, Process optimization and transformation consulting. As a Lean Six Sigma belt, extensively worked with organizations to drive data-driven decision making and enabling Network effects. Everyone is familiar with the importance and benefits of Networking in career and personal development, but there is curiosity around how these networks and their analysis can fuel the success of an organization. Togy Jose introduced the audience with a new-age and innovative concept - "Organization Network Analytics - ONA". Togy