#SYMEX2019 – Project Management Symposium Bali, Indonesia, MAR 13, 14, 2019

According to PMI a Project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result. A project is temporary in that it has a defined beginning and end in time, and therefore defined scope and resources.

In Indonesia, where the PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY (www.project-general.com) , manages projects, we see significant growth in the Project Management Profession and a need for increased education and networking.

To help foster the growth as of Project Management as a profession, the The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY Jakarta, is a Sponsor of #SYMEX2019 in Bali, Indonesia March 13, 24, 2019.

#SYMEX2019 (https://pmi-indonesia.org/symex/)  is the Largest Project Management Symposium and Exhibition in Indonesia.  The aim of this symposium is to provide a forum for industry professionals, business owners, educators, researchers, policy-makers and graduate students with opportunity to explore and discuss issues in project management topics. This year’s theme will be Revolutionary Business in Disruptive Era. The two days symposium provides insight of the upcoming borderless economic in ASEAN and how to take benefit from the project management perspective, and as an applied tool for achieving business transformation. International and local speaker both from practitioners and academicians will share their knowledge, experience and state-of-the art of project management. The symposium is also an opportunity for companies to meet project managers seeking career transition and matching the interests, skills, and experience to their needs.

Please click here for registration information: https://pmi-indonesia.org/symex/howtoregister.html

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The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY (www.project-general.com) is a project management consulting and project management training firm in Indonesia. The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY project management selected client portfolio is here: https://project-general.com/client-portfolio/

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Are you using predictive AI for your PROJECTS in Indonesia? If not, contact the PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY, Jakarta for all of your PMO requirements.

Are you using predictive AI for your PROJECTS in Indonesia? If not, contact the PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY, Jakarta for all of your PMO requirements. PMO@PROJECT-GENERAL.COM http://www.project-general.com . The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY manages projects in Indonesia

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Stakeholder meeting issues, people veer off track? Here is the hack to get control back!

Stakeholder meeting issues, people veer off track? Here is the hack to get control back!

If you are using PMBOK6 , AGILE, adaptive, or  Waterfall methodologies, setting norms for stakeholder communications which includes meeting management is a critical tool for increasing the chances for project success while reducing the probability of conflict in projects.

By setting norms that are strong yet easy to follow and understand all parties can move up the Tuckman ladder easier and with greater speed and agility.

The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY Jakarta, uses the Why Am I Talking (WAIT) meeting management techniques in all of our internal and project management meetings.

PMBOK6 Communication, stakeholders, meeting management

The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY manages projects and trains Project Managers in Indonesia using AGILE, PMBOK, and hybrid methodologies.

Contact the PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY, Jakarta for all of your Project Management and Project Manager training needs in Indonesia. www.project-general.com pmo@project-general.com

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The Project General Company Trains PROJECT MANAGERS (PMBOK) for PMP Certification in Indonesia  Project Management Certification Training (PMP)   Next class = Feb 11,12,13,14,15 – 2019 = 5 Days, 35 Hours, 35 PDU

The Project General Company Trains PROJECT MANAGERS (PMBOK) for PMP Certification in Indonesia 

Project Management Certification Training (PMP)  

Next class = Feb 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 – 2019 = 5 Days, 35 Hours, 35 PDU

pmo@project-general.com www.project-general.com


PMP® Certification programs PMP® certification preparation programs are designed for qualified professionals that want to take the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification exam and earn a Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification. 

We also offer packages covering the PMP membership registration and PMP® exam registration.  


Please choose any package that meets your needs from our following programs:  


PMP® Exam preparation and exam simulation programs


PMP exam prep and simulation package (5 days) = 35 Contact Hours = 35 PDUs 


PMP exam prep and simulation package + PMI membership 

PMP exam prep and simulation package + PMI membership + test registration service


The exam preparation course enables the participants to:  

  • Acquire deep knowledge of the PMBOK® Guide process groups and knowledge areas including best practices for AGILE
  • Apply Project Management knowledge and best practices in real world projects 
  • Understand PMI’s approach to project management 
  • Understand the examination registration process v Understand how the PMP® exam is structured, and what kinds of questions will be asked 
  • Get study guides, strategies, tips, techniques, and templates to help you retain information and pass the PMP® examination
  • The Project General Company PMP CERTIFICATION Training, Indonesia
  • The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY uses design thinking in all of our PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRAINING CLASSES

Contact:  PMO@PROJECT-GENERAL.COM  +6281288071558

The Project General Company Trains PROJECT MANAGERS (PMBOK) for PMP Certification in Indonesia 

Project Management Certification Training (PMP)  

Next class = Feb 4,5,6,7,8 – 2019 = 5 Days, 35 Hours, 35 PDU

pmo@project-general.com www.project-general.com


PMP® Certification programs PMP® certification preparation programs are designed for qualified professionals that want to take the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification exam and earn a Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification. 

We also offer packages covering the PMP membership registration and PMP® exam registration.  


Please choose any package that meets your needs from our following programs:  


PMP® Exam preparation and exam simulation programs


PMP exam prep and simulation package (5 days) = 35 Contact Hours = 35 PDUs 


PMP exam prep and simulation package + PMI membership 

PMP exam prep and simulation package + PMI membership + test registration service


The exam preparation course enables the participants to:  

  • Acquire deep knowledge of the PMBOK® Guide process groups and knowledge areas including best practices for AGILE
  • Apply Project Management knowledge and best practices in real world projects 
  • Understand PMI’s approach to project management 
  • Understand the examination registration process v Understand how the PMP® exam is structured, and what kinds of questions will be asked 
  • Get study guides, strategies, tips, techniques, and templates to help you retain information and pass the PMP® examination
  • The Project General Company PMP CERTIFICATION Training, Indonesia

Contact:  PMO@PROJECT-GENERAL.COM  +6281288071558

The Project General Company Trains PROJECT MANAGERS (PMBOK) for PMP Certification in Indonesia Project Management Certification Training (PMP) Next class = Jan 21- 25, 2019

The Project General Company Trains PROJECT MANAGERS (PMBOK) for PMP Certification in Indonesia 

Project Management Certification Training (PMP) 

Next class = Jan 21- 25, 2019 

More info:

https://projectgeneralcompany.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-project-general-company-trains.html

ProjectFlo® 6 
Based on PMI’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - Sixth Edition, released in late 2017, you will learn:   ​
5 Process Groups through Imagery
10 Knowledge Areas through 10 carefully chosen colors 
49 Processes illustrated on a Visual Process Map

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We’ve summarized their 750+ page book on one page and made it a game.  
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ProjectFlo® 6 
Based on PMI’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition, released in late 2017, you will learn:   ​
5 Process Groups through Imagery
10 Knowledge Areas through 10 carefully chosen colors 
49 Processes illustrated on a Visual Process Map

Four Attributes of a successful project management consultant – The Project General Company Jakarta

The Project General Company Jakarta Manages Project in Indonesia, Trains Projects Managers (PMP, PMBOK, AGILE) in Indonesia. www.project-general.com  pmo@project-general.com

The project General Company Jakarta believes that there are four attributes of a project management consultant:

(1) a solid foundation in project management or a subject matter expert (SME) in a particular area of project management, such as a PMP® or AGILE, or ISO 21500;

(2) demonstrated experience applying project management “best practices” in practical situations;

(3) genuine customer relationship management (i.e., understanding the client’s problems, formulating recommendations, and implementing solutions); and

(4) credibility 

As a project management consulting company, our services are based on providing our clients with resources with the appropriate knowledge and skills. We hire staff with educational and/or certification requirements. We look for candidates with a college degree in the functional area in which they will be working (e.g., information technology, health care, finance). Since we operate in government regulated markets, the PMP® is a minimum requirement for our project managers. Other certifications and credentials provide our clients with specialized knowledge, such as the Certified Cost Estimator/Analyst (CCEA®) from the Society of Cost Estimating and Analysis or the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) from the ScrumAlliance®. A solid foundation in project management or a subject matter expert (SME) in a particular area of project management, such as a PMP® or AGILE, or ISO 21500.

Client Relationship Management

The biggest challenge for many project management consultants is not applying project management knowledge and demonstrated experience in client engagements, but having to manage a client’s expectations. This involves another set of skills that are often difficult to master:

Strong communication skills. Consultants need to establish open and frequent interactions with the client and have the ability to speak and articulate thoughts clearly and concisely. This includes being able to present well, to write clearly and effectively, and to listen actively

Proven problem-solving skills. When a problem is identified, consultants need to able to define the problem, identify and assess root causes, and develop recommendations that will address the problem and satisfy the client.

Managing client relationships also involves a different set of expectations and challenges. To be successful, the consultant will have to understand the client(s) and their roles in their organizations. Project General identified several challenges when working within a client’s organization:

Adjusting to the methodology. The client’s organization may have established project management processes and practices and the consultant will have to “align” with the skills and knowledge the client is providing. The client’s methodology needs to be followed and any “best practices” implemented needs to be in terms of the client’s processes and practices.

Understanding the organizational structure. The client has constraints and opportunities offered by the client’s own organization. Obtaining an understanding of the organization and the client’s business processes, organizational resources, and reporting requirements is an important part of the consultant being able to help their clients.

Understanding the organizational politics. It is important to know the world in which the client must operate so that the consultant understands how to successfully help their client.

Being the outsider. This could be a good thing, but it could be problematic. The consultant is often in the role of a “sword or shield” for the client—delivering unfavorable messages or defending the client’s position. If the consultant focuses on doing what’s best for the client, their work will provide better results for their organization.

As a project management consulting company, our success and continued business is based on sound client relationships. All new employees are required to participate in an introduction to consulting training. This helps sets expectations and provides new employees with resources for developing client relationship management skills. We use mentoring and coaching to help refine communication and problem-solving skills of all staff, but with particular attention to staff responsible for client interactions. We also use personal performance assessments, with input from clients, peers, subordinates, and managers, to identify strengths and weaknesses in client relationship management. Weaknesses are addressed through professional development plans.

We also understand that client relationships are about personalities. We involve senior management in helping establish and maintain client relationships. This helps with the early identification and resolution of personality conflicts between consultants and clients.

Credibility

Credibility comes through relationships with clients who have become confident in the consultant’s abilities to meet their expectations. Clients appreciate qualities that all of us should be capable of providing: honesty, dependability, integrity, and hard work. By establishing trust based on sound relationships, proven project management capabilities, and the ability to meet their expectations, clients will share the consultant’s accomplishments with others, which establishes credibility.

Credibility also comes from delivering value. Value could be measured by successfully delivering that project on schedule, within budget, and to performance requirements. However, when a consultant can help a client address their “pain points” while delivering that project, the consultant is now focusing on the client’s true needs. Consultants must develop the ability to identify and understand their clients’ problems, empathize with their pain, and find solutions. When a client asks, “What do you think we should do?” the consultant has established credibility in being able to help with what’s best for the client.

Successful consultants are:

As a project management consulting company, we know what it takes to be a successful consultant. In addition to what we have presented on this web page, here are several attributes we have observed in our more successful project management consultants:

Credibility also comes from delivering value. Value could be measured by successfully delivering that project on schedule, within budget, and to performance requirements. However, when a consultant can help a client address their “pain points” while delivering that project, the consultant is now focusing on the client’s true needs. Consultants must develop the ability to identify and understand their clients’ problems, empathize with their pain, and find solutions. When a client asks, “What do you think we should do?” the consultant has established credibility in being able to help with what’s best for the client.

Confident—the consultant being able to successfully use the four attributes to deliver value to the client, continually, and be willing to assess and improve his or her skills and performance.

Proactive—continually assessing the client’s business objectives for potential impacts. By establishing sound client relations, the consultant can identify potential client “pain points” and prepare for possible solutions.

Innovative—taking proven practices and, with slight modifications, address their client’s “pain points.” Providing value by using common tools and techniques, effectively and efficiently, to meet unique client needs.

The Project General Company specializes in Project Management in Indonesia.

The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY PMP Certification Training in Indonesia

The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY PMP Certification Training in Indonesia

About PMP® Certification programs at the PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY, Jakarta Indonesia.

PMP® certification preparation programs are designed for qualified professionals that want to take the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification exam and earn a Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification.

We also offer packages covering the PMP membership registration and PMP® exam registration.

Please choose any package that meets your needs from our following programs:

PMP® Exam preparation and exam simulation programs:

  • PMP exam prep and simulation package (5 days)   = 40 Contact Hours = 40 PDUs
  • PMP exam prep and simulation package + PMI membership
  • PMP exam prep and simulation package + PMI membership + test registration service

The exam preparation course enables the participants to:

  • Acquire deep knowledge of the PMBOK® Guide process groups and knowledge areas including best practices
  • Apply Project Management knowledge and best practices in real world projects
  • Understand PMI’s approach to project management
  • Understand the examination registration process
  • Understand how the PMP® exam is structured, and what kinds of questions will be asked
  • Get study guides, strategies, tips, techniques, and templates to help you retain information and pass the PMP® examination

The PROJECT GENERAL COMPANY Jakarta, Indonesia:

  • Trains Project Managers: PMBOK, PMP, AGILE
  • Manages Projects in Indonesia using: PMBOK, PMP, AGILE, ISO21500 
  • Builds and upgrades PMO’s
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