Upcoming Chapter Events:
Q2 to Q4 - 2020 Newsletter
Tuesday, 24th November 2020
We would like to give you an update of our activities in the Board and our perspectives for the coming months.
The team is now as complete as it gets, and we are eager to support our members with conferences, events and training opportunities as Covid19 allows us to. We have not been able to operate in 2020 as originally planned due to Covid19. For 2020, we set out to strengthen our core services, our base in Jutland, the PM conference and events, career development offerings, communication, and member benefits.
Q2_2020 - The revolution & evolution of the PMBOK® Guide leads the way of the future
Written by Klaus Nielsen, PMBOK® Guide-Seventh Edition Development Team member
PMI is going through a transformation, so is our profession and so is the standards.
PMI continues to serve the profession of project management by ensuring practitioners are ready for the future. This means PMI needs to empower project professionals to deliver value in The Project Economy.
PMI is committed to ensuring all of its offerings – including credentials (such as the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification), exam prep options, and The Standard for Project Management and A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—remain relevant as the profession evolves.
The purpose of this article is to follow up on the webinars on the PMBOK 7. Edition which were arranged by the Danish PMI chapter in May and give a unique insight from working firsthand with the development of the PMBOK Guide 7. Edition.
Q2 2020 CAPM training course third edition
PMI Denmark Chapter CAPM training in 2020 and repeat last two year´s success, now online
PMI Denmark has been running CAPM training since 2018. This year's edition included 28 hours of training sessions scheduled between April and June 2020.
Our team of 11 dedicated trainers run individual sessions based on PMBOK content. Besides, we focus on mock exam questions as a part of exam preparation. Participants had also an opportunity to see examples of tools used by project managers in a daily work.
Q2_2020 Sponsor´s Article - Crisis Management - Securing the constant flow of COVID-19 information for Pharma
Article by oi720
How do we (realistically) ensure that the right information is available in an extremely rapidly changing environment and that an organization is empowered to locate up-to-date and validated information relevant to their trials or corporate affairs?
The COVID-19 outbreak has challenged leadership as well as individuals privately and professionally and has highlighted the importance of being able to adapt. Companies wide and far has adapted their processes, structures, tools and equipment to manage progress under the circumstances of the ‘new normal’, and industry collaboration has revealed a new high when it comes to sharing ways of working and best practises in virtual settings.
Q3_2020 Include Unknown Unknowns - Get closer to the real budget
Article by Henrik K. Søndergaard
Many project managers experience budget overruns and time plans that do not keep.
This can in many cases be minimized by included a budget for Unknown Unknowns. The method is simple and based on the three point estimation from The Successive Principle.
Q4_PMI Event Review: Online conference on Success in Mega Projects 29th of October 2020
Learn and rethink with experienced practitioners and academics.
Written by Allan Mortensen
On the 29th of October 2020, IDA, CBS and PMI Denmark arranged an online conference about success in Mega Projects. The conference tried to put attention on how some project managers and companies succeed in carrying out complex mega-projects, as well as what success actually means.
Q2_2020 Webinars and Reading List: Crisis Management
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 2 select webinars on "Emotional Intelligence in Project Management" & the PDUs category associated with them.
Listening to these webinars enables you to claim upto a maximum of 3PDUs.
We also provide you with a selected article on the COVID-19 crisis topic, as well as Crisis Management Resource Center.
The Newsletter volunteers team members are: Nataliia Cherkashnya, Amit Singh Chauhan, Gaurav Jain, 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 Peter Helmer Sorensen.
About PMI Denmark
Project Management Institute Denmark (PMIDK), is a nonprofit chapter, who reports to the global Project Management Institute (PMI®). The chapter held its founding general assembly back in December 1999, and was confirmed as a new chapter, by PMI in January 2000. PMIDK consists of +400 members (2017). With a growth rate of +20% in the last years.
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