We are social
Upcoming Chapter Events:
There are no upcoming events.
Q2 - 2018 Newsletter
Agile and scaling Agile
Tuesday, 26 June 2018
Dear Project Enthusiasts,
In Q2 2018 PMI Denmark Chapter put focus on Agile, and in this newsletter, you can read about the two agile events PMI Denmark arranged in Q2 as well as other articles and webinar reviews related to the Agile theme.
Please also notice that the last event before the summer holiday is on the 11th of July, where PMI Denmark chapter invites for an after-work event with the established author and PMI Fellow Iain Fraser from Australia from 17.00-19.00. Nordea Bank is hosting the event at their offices on Christianshavn, and afterwards PMI Denmark invites the event participants out for a beer (or soft drink…) on a café on Christianshavn to wish everybody a nice, warm and long summer holiday! Please remember to sign up on the website here!
Enjoy the reading and enjoy the summer!
The PMI Denmark Board.
Q2_2018 Event Review: Can Agile be beautiful - Scaling Agile
PMI Event on April 26th, 2018
Speaker: Kristian Haugaard
Written by Alvaro Buxens
On April 26th a great evening after-work event on scaling Agile took place at Rambøll in Ørestad with Kristian Haugaard.
During this PMI event Kristian presented alternative approaches to scaling Agile and the prerequisites that any company needs in order succeed on an Agile broad transformation. Kristian focused on the SAFe approach and presented its different elements before we were challenged with a group PMI ZOO exercise. The event finished with the presentation of a real case successful Agile transformation in a Danish company.
Q2_2018 Event Review: PMBOK 6 and the Agile Practise Guide - Whats new?
PMI Event on June 13th, 2018
Speaker: Kristian Haugaard
Written by Patryk Fraczyk
On June 13th, Ola Stensson from Arkatay gave our members an insight into the changes in the new PMBOK®, 6th edition. That was governed by the following agenda:
- PMBOK® Guide, background
- Changes, 5th to 6th edition of PMBOK® Guide
- Agile Practice Guide
- Wrap up
Q2_2018 How Do You Become Agile as an Individual? And Change the World in Doing So?
By Florian Ivan, Training Instructor with Strategy Execution
The “Why Are You Here?” Question
Every time I deliver a course I like to ask the participants why they want to learn about Agile. I guess that’s a pretty common question for an Agile class. Except, in most cases, I tend to repeat two or even three times the “why” question.
One of the most thrilling experiences of delivering a class is to discover the “why” that makes somebody sit down and listen to you for two or three days in a row.
The other question that I always ask is at the end. And it goes something like this “” As you can probably guess, a very common answer is “this is great but my company is not yet ready to support it”.
Article contribution from Strategy Execution
Q2_2018 A brain-friendly approach to harvesting benefits from an Agile transformation
By Christian Mark Christensen and Rasmus Rytter, Implement Consulting Group
Transforming an organisation from working with waterfall models to working with Agile methods and mindsets is a large change for everyone involved. Often, Agile starts in one corner of the organisation and is scaled from there. This approach can be very effective in the beginning and can create a lot of energy. But often, implementations like this lose their bearings and suffer a series of local setbacks. Agile becomes a word instead of the new way of working and thinking, and the benefits are never realised to the full extent.
Article contribution from Implement Consulting Group
Q2_2018 CBS-PMI collaboration - Master Thesis Sponsorship and Supervision
Do you want to help advance the practice, science and profession of project, program and portfolio management in Denmark? And are you interested in mentoring, challenging and engaging young people with interest in project, program and portfolio management? If you can answer “yes” to any of those questions, then maybe you are just the one PMI Denmark is looking for.
PMI Denmark is increasing its collaboration with academia, and one of our initiatives is to facilitate the match between Master Thesis industrial sponsors/supervisor in the industry and engaged students in universities. Ideally, the Sponsor/Supervisor is working at a private or public organization in an area related to project, program and portfolio management and is committed to sponsor the development of a topic or question that a student could investigate in depth through his or her Master Thesis.
Read more at Volunteer Opportunities section of our PMI Denmark website.
Q2_2018 PMI-Denmark GDPR Compliance
One of the main goals of the PMI Denmark Chapter is to provide our members, customers, and other users of our website and services with the best products and services available. We also recognize that building a long-term relationship with you depends a great deal on trust. PMI Denmark Chapter is committed to ensuring the security and the appropriate use of your information. We have put in place policies and procedures to safeguard, secure, and to prevent unauthorized access to the member information, and to comply with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) guidelines.
PMI Denmark Chapter equip young professionals with Project Management body of knowledge By Elena Farne’ A breeze of positive initiative has been blowing in the PMI DK Chapter this spring: during this quarter a group of experienced volunteers have provided a free 23-hours course to a selected group of young professionals. The sessions aim to provide the Project Management knowledge at the basis of the CAPM certification.
PMI Denmark Chapter equip young professionals with Project Management body of knowledge
By Elena Farne’
A breeze of positive initiative has been blowing in the PMI DK Chapter this spring: during this quarter a group of experienced volunteers have provided a free 23-hours course to a selected group of young professionals. The sessions aim to provide the Project Management knowledge at the basis of the CAPM certification.
Q2_2018 Event Review: PMI Young Professionals visited Prokura
PMI Young Professionals Event Review
In 2018, Project Management Institute - Young Professional (PMIYP) would like to help students and young professionals to discover how project management is applied in different industries, by different organizations. As part of this series, on April 19th, PMIYP visited Prokura, a Danish consultancy business specialized in procurement and supply chain.
Q2_2018 Webinar List - AGILE
As a member of PMI, you have free access to webinars at the ProjectManagement.com PMI website. In this newsletter, we provide you with a list of 3 select webinars on AGILE & the PDUs category associated with them.
Listening to these webinars enables you to claim upto a maximum of 3 PDUs.
Q2_2018 New members of PMI-DK Chapter
Welcome to the new members of PMI-DK Chapter joining during Q2_2018!
Follow the news for a social networking event to introduce the new members to the chapter team and our activities.
Here is the list of new members.
The Newsletter volunteers team members are: Elena Farné, Amit Singh Chauhan and Alvaro Buxens
If you are interested in joining the Newsletter group, please contact Alvaro Buxens
If you are interested in other PMI volunteering opportunities in Denmark please contact Allan Mortensen