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I will kick start this. On a professional level, so far I achieved the following:
- Completed a few PMI Courses and Micro-Credentials related to construction which were very valuable.
- Completed Value Stream Management Micro-Credential and course offered by PMI.
- Earned the PMO Certified Consultant (PMO-CC) credential by PMO Global Alliance.
- Participated in a few expert panels and podcasts.
- Published Couple of Articles.
- Named by the LeadersHum as one the TOP 50 Global Project Management Leaders.
- Participated as a Judge in the 2022 PMO Global Awards.
- Participated in few volunteering opportunities with different organizations.
On a personal level, I had the chance to finally visit my family back home after 3 years which was fairly good except thatt I contracted heavy duty COVID during my trip which knocked me down pretty well.
For the rest of the year, in addition to volunteering with various organizations in different capacities, I am delivering couple of webinars of which one is for the PMI Minnesota Chapter about Hybrid Project Management.
Looking forward to hearing the journey of my fellow colleagues.
As usual, you set a high bar!
Given my journey to early retirement, it has been a quiet year. I attained my DAC and DAVSC certifications, kept up with my weekly blogging although I may reduce my writing frequency going forward, did a few webinar presentations on psychological safety and Disciplined Agile and will be presenting at ProjectWorld Toronto (in person!) in early October.
The big change for me in the second half of the year has been my decision to run for city council. If I am successful, I'd expect that work will consume a fair bit of my time over the next four years.
I am going to complete the final step towards PEng which is submitting my experiences to PEO.
This is amazing, congratulations on your achievements and good luck with Good Luck with the city council post, I am confident you will make a great council.
I remember when I wanted to apply years ago, the application was very long especially for those of us who received their bachelors overseas. Good luck with your application.
- Completed KICK-OFF course offered by PMI and earned badge
- Participated in a few expert panels and podcasts and WEBINARS
-Preparing for Agile Project management .
- For the rest of the year continuously Preparing for the PMI-ACP & Planning to write the exam in addition to i would like to volunteering for PMI with various organizations in different capacities , I will deliver couple of projects for my Organization DELTASTAR .Continuously attending PMI webinars for all Chapter about Hybrid Project Management and several topics.
Planning is easy implementing is difficult .But will plan continuously and achieve constantly
This is amazing, congratulations and good luck with your PMI-ACP. Regarding volunteering, it does add lots of value so I highly recommend it.
I've completed both the CAPM and PMP certification this year, and plan on starting my first steps to obtaining my CMPICM certification, aka my Masters of Configuration Management.
I also left my job of 12 years for a new opportunity. I'm still working in the Canadian Defense Industry, but on ships not yet built, rather than ones currently in service.
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