PMI-SE Newsletter 2021-02-18

Aktuella aktiviteter

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Nätverksträff | Helsingorg

Certain skills for an uncertain world

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Seminarium | Stockholm

PMI Stockholm höstevent 2021

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Nätverksträff | Jönköping

Nätverksträff Jönköping

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Nätverksträff | Malmö

PMI afterwork

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Webinar | Malmö

Vad är digital hub & hur jobbar vi med projektledning?

How do you create positive #socialimpact?

Making social impact a strategic priority can help companies create a more resilient business. U.K. design and engineering giant Arup, for example, embeds environmental and social #sustainability goals into every project plan. “The metrics for project success are leveling up,” says Richard de Cani, global planning leader at the company. It’s no longer enough to look at how many vehicles a road can carry or how many commuters fit on a train. A project should also help reduce carbon emissions, improve access for disadvantaged communities and drive economic growth. Read more in our Megatrends 2021 report

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Registration is Open for PMXPO

The world is transforming fast. Are you reacting to change or are you driving it? Whether you’re a seasoned project manager or new to the field, you need the skills to remain flexible and focused. PMXPO on 25 March provides an excellent opportunity to build or strengthen your skill set, earn 10+ PDUs to maintain your certification, broaden your perspective on project management and connect with our global community. This event is free for PMI members. Register now to #ExperiencePMI

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Read more about the 2020 Top 10 Most Influential Project by Industry

PMI's top ten list of the most influential projects of 2020 by industry and three #MIP2020 projects are supercharging the future of clean #energy, namely 1. International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor 2. Campos del Sol 3. Dogger Bank Wind Farm

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Flush with pride. How Tokyo fixed a toilet problem.

Tokyo had a toilet problem—and it needed to be fixed before the city hosted the next Olympic Games. Public restrooms throughout the most populous city in Japan tended to be “dirty, dark and sometimes broken,” says Hayato Hanaoka, program director, Nippon Foundation. And they weren’t fully accessible for people with disabilities or those who wanted to use gender-neutral facilities. So the nonprofit launched a project to create a new kind of restroom, collaborating with toilet maker Toto and 16 high-profile architects, including Shigeru Ban, Toyo Ito, Tadao Ando and Fumihiko Maki. Find out how the project has made Tokyo flush with pride in PM Network®

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