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Welcome to the PMI Singapore Chapter

A vibrant Chapter in the PMI Network, the second largest in Asia with more than 1900 active members.

The Chapter is focused on promoting project management next practices within the community, business and practitioners.

SPMI prides itself on providing a wide variety of educational programs with the aim to advance the careers of our members and the practice of project management.

Join the PMI Singapore Chapter (SPMI) and Singapore PM community, click here for membership benefits details.

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PMI Singapore Regional Symposium 2019

Register today and join hundreds of project management professionals.

You will gain insights from industry leaders, influencers and scholars to deep dive into the areas impacting our profession and changing business landscape.

Our theme ‘Change Agent and Value Creator, the DNA of Project Manager!’ will bring breakthrough opportunities and showcase the latest thinking in Project Management.

SPMI members benefit from discounted registration rates.

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Professional Development Seminars for PDUs

Creating opportunities to develop and prosper

Professional development isn’t a one-time thing – it should be a continuous part of your project management career.

Make it a priority to assess and improve your skill set, and you’ll increase your value to your organisation and enhance your future career prospects.

SPMI members benefit from discounted registration rates.

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Encourage Project Excellence

Inspire Women in Leadership

Empower Women in Project Management.

Professional development isn’t a one-time thing – it should be a continuous part of your project management career.

SPMI members benefit from discounted registration rates.

Slide background

PMI Singapore Regional Symposium 2019

Register today and join hundreds of project management professionals.

You will gain insights from industry leaders, influencers and scholars to deep dive into the areas impacting our profession and changing business landscape.

Our theme ‘Change Agent and Value Creator, the DNA of Project Manager!’ will bring breakthrough opportunities and showcase the latest thinking in Project Management.

SPMI members benefit from discounted registration rates.

Featured Articles

Transition to Agile

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Think of a situation where you have been given two choices and you have to pick either Red Pill or Blue Pill! If you take the red pill—you stay with your management style, will show you the rabbit hole and the instinct to survive. If you take the blue pill—your so far management practice ends, you wake in your bed, open your minds, see new things in new perspective through leadership skills. Which one you would chose?

Gartner predicts that by 2020, “60% of current IT project managers will be replaced by other leadership roles, as enterprises move into digital business.”the matrix pill

Many organizations embraced the Waterfall method early on due to its strengths: very manageable, allows for more control than earlier ad hoc/trial and error methods, and it provides comprehensive documentation for future enhancements. Waterfall is definitely proven and more than 80% industrial projects still rely on waterfall.

Adopting agile has many benefits including faster delivery to market, increased productivity, enhanced quality, simplified process, more customer satisfaction, keeping minimum defects etc. In order to achieve these benefits, it is important to understand that agile requires discipline. Moving to agile also requires a cultural shift and an organizational commitment and it’s not so easy! Management must entrust and empower people to make decisions and collaborate across the organization. When considering this new approach, it is important to recognize that agile is not a single method or process, but a combination of methods based on iterative and incremental development. Selecting the right strategies can set the pace for a successful agile program.

But is it going to be a smooth transition? What are the challenges to overcome?

According to Forrester Research, “More than half of enterprises that aren't already using agile processes are interested in adopting them. But many of these shops are unclear about what agile adoption really entails.” (Schwaber, C., 2007,) This leaves many organizations unsure if moving to agile is the right approach for them and unclear about how they should move forward. Even though agile is becoming more and more mainstream and agile projects are continuing to prove successful, many groups are unsure how to effectively realize the full benefits of agile and are unclear what specific steps to take to even start their transition.

With this in mind, organizations transitioning to agile or scaling agile to a larger group of teams should start with a game plan (Shu – Ha – Ri) that will address the potential challenges the organization will face and provide the necessary support if teams struggle with the transition. This two-hour session will pinpoint these key critical areas to overcome and have a smooth transition to agile.

Session Outline:

  • Application of Agile
  • Agile Leadership
  • MoSCoW
  • Shu-ha-ri developmental mastery model
  • Fast Fail
  • Retrospective
  • Agile Planning Poker Estimation

Speaker's Profile

Abdulla PMP, PMI-ACP, PSM, CSM, SCT | Architect of Award Winning e-SaaS Platform | International Speaker | Agile Guru


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Abdulla, PMP, PMI-ACP, SCT, PSM, CSM, PMP is the Founder & CEO of PMaspire Singapore Pte Ltd (www.pmaspire.com), an award winning company with Multi-lingual e-Learning and e-SaaS platform helping project aspirants in 100 countries in seven international languages. Abdulla is an agile Practioner for last 13 years, international Agile & PMP Trainer, catalyst of Enterprise Agile Transformation for higher performance.

Abdulla is a passionate Technopreneur, has spent his career tinkering with business development, code, infrastructure, and product development in companies of varying sizes across software industries. He is a specialist aligning traditional project management with Agile software development. Abdulla has built and delivered $$ 30 Million worth of Software projects in last 13 years. He has trained more than 800+ in Agile Project Management and 1500+ in PMP in more than 10 countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Philippine, Thailand etc.

LinkedIn Profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/abdullaalmamun

 

 

 

Event Particulars

Date: 17 Jan 2019, Thursday

Time: 7.00pm to 9.00pm, Registration and Refreshments starts from 6.15pm onwards

Venue: TBA

PDUs: 2

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* SPMI Members, please log-in to avail members' rate.

# PMI & NTUC Members, please drop a email to events@pmi.org,sg after registration for partial refund as you need to pay non member rate first. Thanks.

An event jointly organised by: 

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Event Properties

Event Date 17-01-2019 7:00 pm
Event End Date 17-01-2019 9:00 pm
Cut off date 16-01-2019 11:55 pm
Original Price 100SGD
Discount Price 90SGD (Until 02-12-2018)
Location To Be Advised (TBA)
100SGD 56

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Chapter Membership

Total Members 1954
New members this year 595
PMP® Members 1399
CAPM® Members 16
PgMP® Members 16
PMI-SP® Members 3
PMI-RMP® Members 30
PMI-ACP® Members 52
PfMP® Members 3
PMI-PBA® Members 3
Breakdown by type  
Individual Members 1923
Student Members 29
Other Members 2
PMP/CAPM/PgMP/PMI-SP/PMI-RMP/PMI-ACP/PfMP/PMI-PBA are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.