Project Management Challenge 2018
Challenge Your PM Talent!
Project Management Challenge (PMC) 2018 is developed from combination of three essential components, those are : ‘fun’, ‘learning by doing’, and ‘international exposure’. The concept of PMC 2018 is further improvement of those success story of five’s previous PMC. Due to the positive feedbacks of the previous events, it could be argued that the event’s concepts had been successfully tested in the previous events.
Project Management Challenge is to raise awareness of the importance of project management skill for University students. This competition also gives opportunitity for students to implement their project management concepts to a practical activity in order to gain more understanding in Project Management knowledge. In this event the student will directly involve in project management activity to gain the real capture of project management such as creating project plan, workshop, fieldtrip and profesional mentoring.
Cities of the future: Resilience in Distruptive Era
In the long term, resilience is possible only if society reduces greenhouse gas emissions and avoids the worst impacts of climate change. So, strengthening a community’s resilience requires efforts to:
- Reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change;
- Plan for the changes that already are under way or anticipated;
- Foster social cohesion and inclusion.
“We define urban resilience as the capacity of a community to anticipate, plan for, and mitigate the risks—and seize the opportunities—associated with environmental and social change”, Kresge Foundation.
Resilience calls on us to rethink the urban systems that supply our energy, transportation, food, water, and housing. that community can build their cities to be resilient, to be better prepared for, to withstand, to transform, and to grow in the face of these shocks and stress. And through the same investments, cities not only become future-proof, they become better places to live and work right now.
Inspired by the Rockfeller Foundation who has been initiated a program of 100 Resilient Cities since 2013, the Project Management Challenge 2018 is to create a project plan proposal producing a product, service, result, or even a combination of two (PMBOK definition of Project)
- Undergraduate/Postgraduate Student from all universities around the world
- Each group consist of 4 student from any major
- Payment for online registration
IDR 550,000 or $ 40
|Online registration||June 1st – July 20th , 2018|
|Mini PMP Submission||June 11th – August 11th, 2018|
|TOP 10 Announcement||August 21th, 2018|
|TOP 10 Confirmation||August 21th – September 21st, 2018|
|PMC 2018 Summit||September 27th – 29th, 2018|
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