The PMI Luxembourg Chapter and Deloitte organized their very first event together on Thursday 9 November 2017.

Despite the challenging traffic conditions, more than 65 people made their way to Deloitte premises and were welcomed by Partner Patrick Laurent.

The audience enjoyed an interesting event dedicated to large-scale transformation projects.

On Tuesday 10.10.2017, the Luxembourg Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) had invited Erica Stocks, Director Talent and Learning Development at Goodyear Dunlop Tires, as the speaker of another exciting event: “Coaching for Growth”.

In a highly interactive training session, the experienced facilitator and certified coach presented guidlines and practice of the GROWS method for coaching.

Initially planned as a member’s only event, the Chapter had extended the invitations further out to interested participants of the Luxembourgish community who were keen to take up this opportunity to further develop their leadership skills while getting the opportunity to enhance knowledge, meeting peers and share ideas and solutions.

On 18 September, the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Luxembourg Chapter organized an event in collaboration with its Premium Chapter Sponsor, PwC Luxembourg to present their common study "How Agile are companies in Luxembourg". Additional input for the following panel discussion was provided by Agile Partners with their approach of “Being an agile company in an agile world”.

On 27 June the Luxembourg Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) hosted an event at the Chambre des Métiers on Project Assurance.

On May 29, the PMI Luxembourg Chapter hosted a presentation of Zhivka Kalaydzhieva, Auditor at the European Court of Auditors, Chamber II “Investment for cohesion, growth and inclusion”, carrying out performance and compliance audits in the field of the European Structural and Investment Funds. Zhivka Kalaydzhieva holds a Ph.D. in International Economics from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and since 2014 has joined the efforts of ECA, through audit engagements  aimed at improvements of the activities that have long-term impacts (socio-economic consequences, for example, when auditing employment projects). 

On April 25, 2017 the PMI Luxembourg Chapter offered a great opportunity for members and non-members to contribute to the Accra Flooding project of Project Managers Without Borders (PMWB).

Since years, Accra has had tremendous problems with flooding during the rainy season. PMWB is developing a master plan that will be submitted to the political responsibles. In two parallel workshops, the participants had the opportunity to exchange knowledge on one of the smain topics of this master plan. 

Globalization and constant innovation of technology have resulted in a constantly evolving business environment. Concurrently, the borderless economy has increased the markets and opportunities for more growth and revenue while, the growth in technology has augmented the availability and therefore accountability of information and knowledge.

On February 6, 2017 the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Luxembourg Chapter, in collaboration with PwC, offered a great opportunity for members and non-members of the chapter to network and exchange knowledge with faculty, students and project management practitioners at MUDAM. 

At the General Assembly Meeting, PMI Luxembourg Chapter members in good standing and member since at least 15 September 2016 present ratified the elected candidates to form the new Board:

Dear PMI Luxembourg Chapter Member,

We are pleased to invite you to attend the Annual General Assembly of Members to be held on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 at 7pm; details on the venue to be communicated at a later date. 

All members in good standing as of 31 July 2015 of the PMI Luxembourg Chapter, are welcome to attend this meeting.  Non-chapter members are not permitted to attend the meeting.

Due to the exceptional circumstance of the Chapter being in a probationary period, the members of the Chapter Re-establishment Team, some of whom are not members (and thus also without voting rights), will be in attendance to present some of the agenda items.

As explained in the election announcement document, a General Assembly will be organised and the Agenda will include: 

  • Ratification of the elected candidates to form the new Board;
  • Ratification of the person to hold the vacant position of Director of Marketing and Communication;
  • Financial Report;
  • Chapter Strategy;
  • Call for Volunteers. 

In accordance with Article IX of the PMI Luxembourg Chapter Bylaws, if you are unable to attend the General Assembly, you can provide one proxy to another member in good standing as of 31 July 2015, via a signed proxy with your name, postal address and PMI ID to be provided at the General Assembly. 

Before the Christmas and New Year's holidays, you will receive an email to confirm the meeting location including a link for you to register for this event. 

Should you have any questions, please contact us.

John Park and Kris Troukens

Nominating Committee for PMI Luxembourg Chapter Elections 2015

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