Collaborating Project Management for High Performance Business Insight.

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From Editor's Desk

It is a proud moment for entire community as our SYNERGY turns 1 year old. I, along with my entire Editorial team, take pride in releasing the fifth edition as a First “Anniversary Issue”. Successful and timely releases of SYNERGY reflect the involvement and commitment of entire Project Management fraternity. Timely releases of SYNERGY would not have been possible without your support. I, on behalf of Chapter board, eulogize all the authors in the last 1 year who have devoted their valuable time for nurturing SYNERGY despite their other professional and personal commitments.

21st June is longest day of the year since sunlight is for longer duration of the day in Northern Hemisphere. We aim to take this cue from nature and spread the light of knowledge and experience using SYNERGY as a medium for many more years. We have symbolically chosen 21st June to release our SYNERGY Anniversary Issue as a source of inspiration towards continuous growth and awareness of Project Management.

I am also grateful for Editorial team's efforts comprising of committed individuals who have zealously worked as a team in reviewing all inputs and feedback to ensure that a well packaged SYNERGY is released every quarter. Our entire editorial team is a classic example of executing project using a virtual team. This is due to the fact that our editorial team has never had a single face to face meeting since the time SYNERGY was conceived! We take pride that we have released every edition of SYNERGY on the announced date without any schedule overrun.

I urge fellow professionals to read SYNERGY and we always look forward to your critical review that will help SYNERGY to become a mature adult.

Happy Reading!

Piyush Govil PMP®
Vice –President – Communications - PMI NI Chapter Editor – Synergy

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The Making of PMPs - Piyush Govil, PMP

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"Anything that can be changed will be changed until there is no time left to change anything!

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