March 2018 Contest

A column that gives you an opportunity to share your ideas with the community. Take part in the contest and win PMI goodies.

Q. PMI’S EARNING POWER: PROJECT MANAGEMENT SALARY SURVEY OF 2018 SHOWS THAT PROJECT MANAGERS WITH PMP® CERTIFICATION HAVE A HIGHER EARNING POTENTIAL. WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT QUALITY THAT ORGANIZATIONS FIND IN A PMP CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER?

Put your thoughts down in less than 1100 characters and we will publish the best answer in the next issue of Manage India. The winner will also get goodies from PMI India.
Terms & Conditions
  • The contest is open to PMI members and PMI credential holders in India only.

  • Each contestant can send only one entry for each contest.

  • The closing date to send your entry is 20 April 2018.

  • No responsibilities will be taken for entries not received.

  • The Manage India editorial team reserves the exclusive right to make the final decision on the winner.

  • The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and photograph by PMI India in PMI publication material.

  • The winner will be notified through the email address provided at the time of entry submission.

Winner of the Previous Short Takes Contest

Congratulations, Vishu Srinivasamurthy!

Q. WHAT IS THE ONE NEW LESSON FROM 2017 THAT YOU WANT TO TAKE INTO THE NEW YEAR? ?

A. 2017 has seen the emergence of a number of disruptive technologies, impacting a wide spectrum of industries - Internet of things, AI, Blockchain, Virtual reality, 3D printing to name a few! The lesson that I want to take away : "Innovation is key to relevance" . I would take this a step further and state that organisations (and individuals) who confine themselves to their comfort zones are likely to be pushed to irrelevance. 2018 will likely see these technologies mature and modify the ecosystem in ways the world has never seen before : the key to success is to unlearn, relearn, innovate & importantly - "Hit Refresh" as you go along!