“Law of Attraction” in Getting PMP® Certification

“Law of Attraction” in getting PMP® Certification. by Chalid Tamimi PMP, DCOptima Principal Consultant. Let me share my experience in helping candidates to prepare for PMP® Certification test in Indonesia. I myself past the PMP® exam in year 1998 and got  certified in 2000. Then I got assignments from my employer to conduct PMP exam […]

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Project Management for Engineering Students

By Setyo Utomo Soekarsono Ir. MSc. MM This idea came to my mind when I met an engineer who cannot prepare a new business unit development plan. His team that consist of young freshmen engineer have no clue either on how to develop the plan. Based on this experience, I eager to make the knowledge […]

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Evidence avoid unnecessary arguments

Evidence avoid unnecessary arguments DCOptima consultant was attending a progress meeting of an IT Department at a state institution. This working unit was just starting to use DCOMonicon (a PPM Tools) to manage the existing IT projects. At that time, this organization had implemented a score card to evaluate the performance of each employee. Thus, […]

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12 Hour Progress Meeting

12 Hours Project Progress Meeting In the year 2009, DCOptima were asked by a utility company to assist them in managing hundreds of infrastructure projects. DCOptima’s Consultants were invited to a project progress meeting. The meeting started from 10 am and finished at 10 pm. It was a very exhausted meeting. This is an example […]

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Setting Up PMO in Indonesia

PMO Implementation In Indonesia By. Chalid Tamimi, PMP & Viant Perdana, MCP, PMP Originally PMO stands for Project Management Office. Lately, some consultants interpret PMO as Program Management Office or Portfolio Management Office, it depends on what function the PMO has. The responsibilities of PMO can range from providing project management support functions to actually […]

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