Project Management Update from Bengaluru


And PMO Global Alliance India Hub


PMO Global Awards 2021, PMO Insights, PMOGA India Volunteer of the Month, New Members


By Kartikeyan Ramamurthy

India ambassador, PMO Global Alliance
International Correspondent, PMWJ

Bengaluru, India

 News Snippets

  • PMO Global Awards 2021

Sneak preview to the Top 5 semifinalists of PMO Leader category of PMO India Awards 2021.We should be hearing more on this and the other categories in January 2022. Watch Out!

PMOGA – PMO India Awards

  • PMO Insights

About Daniel Zitter (Speaker):

He is the author of the book, ‘Being a project Manager’. Daniel’s profound and varied experience in consulting and advising progressive global clients helps him remain relevant and dynamic, offering his clients cutting edge solutions to solve resource management headaches and handle what-if scenarios better.

About the Session:

The session showcased learning and practicing project management in a different way. It also helped in addressing an important question- “Why can’t we let project managers simulate managing a project before they actually do?”

This session included a Game which

  • “Simulates” real-life scenarios
  • Is a multi-layer game that suits different levels of players
  • Can be customized for specific projects and use-cases
  • Encompasses ALL the key elements of project management
  • Enables interaction and communication between players
  • Is multi-faceted and should be played multiple times to get the most out of it

It was an interactive session that saw questions from the attendees like:

When will the launch of digital online platform of this game will happen? The response was positive as it is coming in next few months. It was evident that the game will help PMOs to learn better, experiment and work on scenario-based project management.

In response to one of the questions, it was great to learn from Daniel and Hamutal (Daniel’s partner at PMzone) that this board game also helps in proactively identifying the risks and dependencies between tasks. It was also clarified that there is a need to look at other projects also to manage the interdependencies on your project.

There was very encouraging feedback from the participants on this session: Wonderful, insightful, fresh perspective, informative, interesting…


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How to cite this report: Ramamurthy, K. (2022). Project Management Update from Bengaluru and PMOGA India Hub; report, PM World Journal, Vol. XI, Issue I, January. Available online at https://pmworldlibrary.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/pmwj113-Jan2022-Ramamurthy-project-management-update-report.pdf

About the Author

Kartikeyan Ramamurthy

Bengaluru, India


Kartikeyan Ramamurthy is a certified PMP, PfMP, PMO-CP, SAFe Agilist5, DevOps Leader. He has more than 20+ years’ experience in Project, Program, Portfolio management and PMOs. He is currently working in the role of Director-Strategy at Amadeus Labs. He is also interested and passionate about innovation and agility and has been involved in mentoring startups and corporate innovation programs.

Kartikeyan is currently the India ambassador for PMO Global Alliance and a member of the board of directors at the PMI Bengaluru Chapter. He holds a Master’s degree in Computer Applications from IMT Ghaziabad and a Bachelor of Science from Delhi University. He began reporting as an international correspondent for the PM World Journal in early September 2021 in order to inform PMWJ readers about the PMO Global Alliance and India Hub activities in particular.

Kartikeyan can be contacted at k.ramamurthy@community.pmoga.world

To view other works by Kartik Ramamurthy, visit his author showcase in the PM World Library at https://pmworldlibrary.net/authors/kartikeyan-ramamurthy/