PMI Gulf chapter finalises charter
Manama, February 3, 2012
The executives of Project Management Institute (PMI) - Arabian Gulf Chapter Bahrain, under the chairmanship of Majeed Al Gassab, met to discuss and finalise the 2012 charter.
The discussions were led by chapter vice-chairman Abdul Nabi Al Sabah.
The meeting was attended by all the board executives including the newly inducted directors for different positions.
As an outcome of this key planning meeting, the board has drafted an activity calendar for the year 2012.
The proposed activities reflect the requirements and needs of different stakeholders and aligned to the PMI's mandate of advancing the project management professional in Bahrain.
The proposed activity list includes but not limited to corporate collaboration, practice learning through site visits to high-profile projects, diverse training programme calendar, research to be conducted on project management practice maturity, designing and distributing the periodicals apart from other innovative ideas like training the students on basics and relevance of project management.
The chapter chairman and the vice-chairman, while reiterating their commitments to the chapter mandates reconfirmed that PMI global annual conference will be once again held in Bahrain in January 2013.
The chairman and vice-chairman reaffirmed their support to the newly inducted directors Emad Naeemi for information technology, Ilango Vasudevan for research and publications, Jameel Al Alawi for conferences, Safa Sharif Abdul Khaliq for membership and Yahya Al Ansari for talent.-TradeArabia News Service
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