PM Footprints, Champion Meeting
PMI Bangalore Chapter

PM Footprints, Champion Meeting

Bangalore Chapter organized three PM Footprints sessions during the month of July.

On 3 July, Mr. Akshat Agarwal, senior viable vision expert, Goldratt Consulting India Pvt. Ltd., spoke on “Maximizing Throughput in Projects the Theory of Constraints Way.” Mr. Agarwal is a specialist in the theory of constraints implementation in manufacturing and multi projects environment.

On 17 July, Mr. Vishweshwar Hegde, partner, PM Consulting spoke on “New Paradigms for Knowledge Era”. Mr. Hegde has an experience of 28 years in the IT industry and his session helped the audience to understand about paradigm shifts in management and leadership.

On 31 July, Mr. Ajit Kaikini, director, growth and corporate training, Buoyancee - A Poly Training Centre, spoke on “Managing Mindsets of those around helps manage”. Nearly 55 members attended each of the talks.

On 12 July, the chapter organized a meeting with all the PMI Champions from various organizations at its office. Chapter board members were also present. The invitees were given a brief presentation on the chapter activities and the key areas where the Champions’ help was needed to advocate PMI activities. Eight PMI Champions attended the meeting.

On 5 July, a workshop on requirements engineering was conducted by Mr. Suresh Thiagarajan. Nearly 20 members participated in the workshop that enlightened the participants to move from requirement management to requirement engineering, and from documenting requirements to eliciting requirements.

On 26 July, the chapter held a one-day foundation program on agile project management techniques at Royal Orchid Central Hotel. The event provided an opportunity to the members to learn about agile project management methodology and how they can apply those techniques at their workplace.

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