Project Management Institute Asia Pacific (PMI APAC) representatives SoHyun Kang PMP®, Zayadi Azul Islami (Eddie), and Sri Reza Adji Anom CAPM® hosted a lunch at Jakarta’s Spectrum Fairmont on December 4, 2023, marking an important moment. Participating Authorized Training Partners (ATPs) from Indonesia, including Dcolearning-ATV, gathered for a meet-up that paved the way for positive discussions and future collaborations.
It was a privilege for our team to be a part of this important event, as Nurul Winanda CAPM® and Runi Akmalia PMP® represented us. As evidence of PMI APAC’s commitment to strengthening ties within the nation’s ATP community, this lunch meeting was the first of its kind to be held exclusively for Indonesian ATPs.
The main emphasis of this meeting was the strategic initiatives that PMI APAC unveiled to assist ATPs in succeeding in the Indonesian market. At the heart of these initiatives was the promise to ease business-to-business interactions; PMI APAC made it clear that it would gladly participate in and back ATPs in company events should they so desire.
This event represents more than just a one-time occurrence; it marks the beginning of a long-term collaboration. The importance of ATPs to the advancement of PMI’s activities in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in Indonesia, is acknowledged by PMI APAC’s commitment to arrange future meetings and continue to engage.
PMI APAC’s initiatives are entirely endorsed by Dcolearning-ATV. Further cooperation is something we’re looking forward to, and we’re prepared to support these initiatives. We are thrilled to be working with PMI because we believe in the power of project management to drive professional development in Indonesia.
The group photo of the PMI APAC team with the representatives of the different ATPs was a moving moment captured during lunch. The collegiality and mutual commitment to improving project management are captured in this picture.
Our optimism at Dcolearning-ATV continues strong as we look forward to 2024. We are re-energized to work together this year by the hope of better communication and collaboration with PMI APAC.
Essentially, this first lunch meeting marks an important milestone toward creating a strong collaborative environment. We at Dcolearning-ATV are enthusiastic about supporting PMI APAC to achieve its goals and bringing about an era of collaborative progress in the field of project management.