PM Footprints, Corporate Connect
PMI Bangalore Chapter

PM Footprints, Corporate Connect

PMI Bangalore Chapter organized two sessions of PM Footprints in May. On 14 May, Hiremath M.S., project management consultant, spoke on "Project Libre", an open source project management scheduling tool. In this informative and interactive session, participants received some practical know-how about the tool. The talk covered all the 13 major functions available in the tool. On 28 May, Chetan Anand, project manager at Accenture, presented an "Overview of Risk Management". The talk was aimed at familiarizing project managers about the complexity of risk management and ways to manage risks.

On 30 May, there was a program on agile techniques in project management. Nearly 20 participants from various organizations took part in it.

The chapter took part in the third quarterly meet of project management professionals at Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) on 9 May. Lt. Col. L. Shri Harsha, PgMP, spoke about program management in this in-house initiative for networking and learning amongst BEL's project management community members. As many as 26 PMP® certified practitioners, including two general managers, took part. This public sector defense company has around 150 PMP® credential holders, and a strong and active practitioner community.

The chapter also joined hands with the project management community members at Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (RBEI) for the 'CoP PM Lecture Series 2015' on 25 May. Vijayraghavan Seshadri spoke on 'Escalation Management'. Besides around 40 participants at the venue, over 150 others from the company's other offices joined in through a live Webcast.


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By Regeena Pereira

A smooth operational flow is critical to maintain high service quality in the complex yet often chaotic Emergency Department (ED) in hospitals.

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By Regeena Pereira

A smooth operational flow is critical to maintain high service quality in the complex yet often chaotic Emergency Department (ED) in hospitals.

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