This is the final newsletter of 2017, and with this we want to wish you all a merry Christmas and a very happy New Year. 2017 was again an eventful year for PMI in Denmark, and the strong growth we saw in 2016 has continued in 2017 with PMI Denmark adding 15% to its group of members. We are very happy for that achievement, but we look forward to 2018 with even more ambitions for the community.
The first events in 2018 will be on the 30th of January where we will hear from Skip Bowman on project leadership, and on the 7th of March 2018 we will have the PMI Denmark General Assembly and board elections. You can already now sign up to both events on the PMI Denmark website here.
In this newsletter you can also read about PMIs recent events such as the event on 1st of November 2017 with Implement Consulting Group regarding cultural awareness and the event on 23rd of November with DTU on how to enhance project portfolio practises. Project portfolio management is actually the topic for this newsletter, so we have also added a list of some of the PMI webinars on portfolio management that you as members can enjoy for free.
This Q4 newsletter contains several articles regarding project management that you can read, but we strongly encourage you not just to read! Be active, get involved with project management! PMI Denmark and PMI Young Professionals are always looking for people who are interested in doing something for the project management community in Denmark. We are currently especially looking for people within the following areas: Marketing, Administration, Sponsorships, and events in Jylland. If you are interested in one of these topics, or just want to help out, then reach out to us on email@example.com!
Enjoy the reading! Best regards, The PMI Denmark Board
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Q4_2017 Event Review: Multiplying Project Successes: How to Enhance Project Portfolio Practices
PMI/DTU Event on November 1st, 2017
Speakers: Prof. Dr. Alexander Kock (TU Darmstadt, Germany), Grant Sonne-Cliffort (Rambøll) and Jonas Broge Richelsen (Radiometer)
Written by Alvaro Buxens
The event took place at DTU as part of the series "Where science meets practice" hosted by the Management Engineering, Engineering Systems Division and brought together more than 70 participants interested in Project Portfolio Management for an evening of great presentations, debate and networking.
“Where science meets practice” is an event series that brings together current academic research with project practice. The topic of the event on November 1 were the challenges of project portfolio management: What creates portfolio success? What practices of portfolio management are suitable for my organization to enhance the project portfolio performance?
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 5 select webinars on Portfolio Management and the PDUs category associated with them.
Listening to these webinars enables you to claim upto a maximum of 5 PDUs.
The Region 8 meeting took place in Malmø the 17th to 19th of November. Due to the closeness of the location PMI Denmark chapter participated with 9 members this year and joined 173 other participants from PMI chapter’s volunteers in 35 other countries and PMI Europe partners, mentors and administrators.
The goal of the regional meetings is to share ideas, experiences and challenges between the different chapters in order to improve PMI in Europe and ensure growth and best value to all members.
PMI Dk chapter is pleased to announce that our website is now launched in English. We have chosen to have an English website with the intention of serving the diverse and international audience we cater to.
Hope you visit the website and enjoy the experience
Participate in study by University of Oxford and Implement Consulting Group
Challenging the change management paradigm
A frequently cited figure is that 70% of all projects fail, presumably often due to inadequate change management. With the vast amount of well-established literature on change management, we are eager to investigate why this is the case.
We want to prove or reject some of the classic claims that exist in change management as well as our own beliefs by applying a well-proven, data-driven research methodology. This is why University of Oxford and Implement Consulting Group have joined forces to conduct a comprehensive research project on change management in IT projects.
To accomplish this, we need project managers and owners willing to use approx. 1 hour on participating in an interview and following sending background data on the specific project.
Want to Join?
Please contact us directly, if you want to join or know more about how to become a part of this: