Slowly our lives will be getting back to “normal”. The past (and current) pandemic outbreak is a big disruption on a global scale and we have to deal with it whether we like it or not.
Project management is not different. Our projects and their outcomes also disrupt people in their usual way of working. So, the mindset we apply through change management should be applicable in the after-Covid-19 era as well. Just think about it!
In the meantime, the board of our Chapter is struggling as well. Our commitment to provide services and value to our members has slowed down as we are facing fundamental changes in organizing events and as this is an unprecedented situation, we have no experience at hand to draw from. But we will get there, so stay tuned for new initiatives that will be launched in the coming weeks.
This slowed down economy also provides us with some advantages as time that becomes available can be useful. PMI has made some of its courses free-of-charge. You can find more information using this link:
The PMI-ACP Study Group has not been launched yet! Since the announcement in the February newsletter, only 5 members registered to be part of this group and we need at least 7 participants to be able to run it.
The PMI Belgium Professional Development team lately received a nice invitation to merge our Study Group with a European one organised by PMI Poland and Finland. The latter starting on May 28th, through an intensive schedule twice a week.
Many of us are using agile ways of working and Henny observes several agile myths. In a recent online talk (Pint of PM webinar, April 29), Henny gave a list of agile myths and busted a few. Here I have asked him about 4 of those myths.