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  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® PMI-AGC Overview June 2009 PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® Background  Formed in 1969  Has over 260,000 Members in 171 Countries Worldwide  251 Chartered Chapters and 7 Potential Chapters  30 Chartered Specific Interest Groups (SIG) and 2 Chartered Colleges PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 2
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® The PMI Arabian Gulf Chapter (AGC) was officially registered in 1992. PMI-AGC serves the following GCC Countries: 1. Bahrain 2. Kuwait 3. Oman 4. Qatar 5. Saudi Arabia 6. United Arab Emirates PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 3
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® Vi s i o n : To be recognized as a vibrant “Association and Service Provider of Choice” in the professional practice of Project Management in the Gulf Region. To be among the TOP-3 PMI Chapters world-wide in terms of number of active members and level of services. Mission: Promote Project Management in the Region to help organizations and businesses achieve optimum results through applying PM principals. Support members and local organizations educational, networking, learning, mentoring, and business requirements. Capitalize on the current economic boom to promote local content. Enhance alignment of PMI-AGC with the PMI Strategic Plans to further increase the value and portfolio of benefits to members & stakeholders. PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 4
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® Membership as of May 2009: SA Bahrain 175 35% Kuwait 255 Kuwait 6% Qatar Oman 54 8% Qatar 321 Oman 1% Saudi Arabia 1,399 Bahrain U.A.E. 1,566 4% Other Countries 297 Others UAE Total: 4,067 7% 39% PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 5
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® 4,500 4,067 4,000 3,841 3,500 3,300 3,000 No. of Members 2,794 2,500 2,000 1,817 1,500 1,032 1,000 790 500 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 May-2009 PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 6
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® Member Group Start Count 1. Washington, DC Chapter 8,421 2. New Jersey Chapter 4,512 3. Atlanta Chapter 4,449 4. Southern Ontario Chapter 4,405 5. Chicagoland Chapter 4,206 6. Dallas Chapter 3,994 7. Arabian Gulf Chapter 4,067 Out of 257 worldwide Chapters, PMI-AGC is on the 7th Rank in terms of Memberships. PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 7
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ®  State-of-the-Art Training Program  Professional Certification  Specialized Technical Presentations  Focused Oil & Gas Technical Exchange Forums  Prestigious Regional Conferences  Outstanding Publications PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 8
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® Certification Training • Project Management Professional (PMP) • Value Engineering Certification • Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3) • PMO Setup & Rollout – PMOC Training & Certification • Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) • Program Management Professional (PgMP) • PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) • PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP) Other Training Courses • Value Engineering & Management Workshops • Planning & Controlling with Primavera • Managing Multiple Projects • People Skills for Project Engineers & Managers • Six Sigma • Construction Industry Institute (CII) Best Practices PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 9
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ®  Held 19 Technical Presentations & 26 Seminars/Workshops  Visited 4 Project Sites • Isa Town in Bahrain, February 28, 2009 • Saudi Aramco’s Khursaniyah Gas Plant, March 19, 2009 • ALJ Toyota Production Plant in Jeddah, March 25, 2009 • Family Gathering in Sunset Beach in Al-Khobar, May 29, 2009  Held the 12th International Conference, Seminars & Exhibition in January at Manama, Bahrain.  Held high-level PMI-AGC Meetings • 1st Board Meeting in May at Dubai • 2nd Board Meeting in June at Manama, Bahrain PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 10
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® 60 55 52 50 50 45 40 No. of Events 35 35 33 32 30 26 25 25 20 20 19 20 17 15 15 15 10 10 5 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Jun-09  Completed Training Programs  Completed Technical Presentations PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 11
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® ► Local Conference in Dubai ► OPM Conference – Al Ain (Tentative) ► Young PM Leaders SIG ► Site Visits – Formula 1 Race Track in Abu Dhabi (June 2009) ► Technical Presentation – EYE-on-RISK Process. (July 2009) ► Technical Presentation – Assessment of Organizational Project Management Maturity in GCC Countries. (July 2009) ► Technical Presentation – Human factor of PM derived from the Analysis of the PM Processes. (Aug. 2009) ► Project Portfolio Management Trends. (Sept. 2009) ► New Workshop – Arabic Application in the Project Management (Oct. 2009) ► Contractors and Consultants Forum in Abu Dhabi (Nov. 2009) ► Al Ain Summit for the PMO (Dec. 2009) PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 12
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® Technical Presentation Every Two Months: ► Impact of Global Financial Crisis on IT&C Spending: GCC Perspective. (Jan. 2010) ► Construction Power of Rush Mega-Size Development Projects. (Mar. 2010) ► Human Factor of PM derived from the Analysis of the PM Processes. (May 2010) ► Management of Knowledge in a Multi-Project Environment. (June 2010) ► VBC/Document Management throughout a Project Cycle. (July 2010) ► Challenges which Power Consultancy Projects to the Middle East. (Sep. 2010) ► Aligning Project with Organizational Strategy. (Oct. 2010) ► Working with Kaizen: Applying Japanese Productivity Tools to Project Management. (Nov. 2010) ► Identifying Project Risk Elements and Assessing their effects on Projects. (Dec. 2010) PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 13
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® PMP Status as of May 2009: SA Kuwait 29% Bahrain 87 6% Qatar Kuwait 81 9% Oman 22 Oman 2% Qatar 122 Bahrain 7% Saudi Arabia 391 U.A.E. 499 Others UAE 10% 37% Other Countries 137 Total PMP’s: 1,339 PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 14
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ®  1st Forum held on March 23, 2004, was sponsored by Saudi Aramco  2nd Forum held on May 10-11, 2005, was sponsored by Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC)  3rd Forum held on March 21-22, 2006, was sponsored by Petroleum Development of Oman (PDO)  4th Forum held on February 20-21, 2008, was hosted by The Bahrain Petroleum Co. (BAPCO). PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 15
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ®  Held 17 Technical Presentations & 50 Seminars/Workshops  Visited 5 Project Sites • Kuwait Crude Export Facilities • Durrat Al-Bahrain Project • Saudi Aramco’s Hawiyah Gas Plant • Olefins II Project, in Kuwait • Saudi Aramco Museum, in Dhahran, K.S.A.  Held the 4th Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Exchange Forum in February at Manama, Bahrain hosted by BAPCO  Held high-level PMI-AGC Meetings • 1st Directors Meeting in February at Manama, Bahrain • 1st Board Meeting in March at Doha, Qatar • 2nd Board Meeting in June at Kuwait • 3rd Board Meeting in November in Oman • 4th Board Meeting in December in Bahrain PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 16
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® 2004 – Project of the Year Award – Haradh Gas Plant 2003 – Chapter Milestone Award 10 Years 2002 – Project of the Year Award – Hawiyah Gas Plant 1999 – Award for Chapter Professional Development for Exceptional Activities 1998 – Recognition Award for Sustain Superior Performance 1996-97 – Award for Corporate Member 1996 – Award for New Member Growth – SIG Achievement Award (IS-SIG) 1995 – Award for Chapter of the Year 1994 – Award for Chapter of the Year 1993 – Award for Chapter Charter PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 17
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® PRESIDENT Mohammed A. Hammad Saudi Aramco SVP – Certification & Education Motaz A. Al-Mashouk President – Bahrain Branch Saudi Aramco President – Qatar Branch Abdul Majeed Al-Gassab Dr. Khalid Kamal Naji Bahrain Aviation Fueling Co. SVP – Admin & Public Relations Qatar University G. Farooq Quadir President – Kuwait Branch Aspen Tech Middle East W.L.L President – Saudi Arabia Branch Hashem M. El-Rifaai Ibrahim L. Khader Oil Development Company SVP – Membership / SIG Zuhair Fayez Partnership Dr. Firas Abouzaki President – Oman Branch International Project Management President – U.A.E. Branch Nasser Mohammed Al-Hajri Salem Khamis Al-Shair Sohar Industrial Port Company Treasurer General Information Authority Sam Kamel Massih, PMP Saudi Aramco PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 18
  • Making project management indispensable for business results, ® A non-profit professional organization for project management knowledge, information and professionalism. PMI-AGC Headquarters: c/o Saudi Aramco P.O. Box #11343 Dhahran 31311, KSA Tel: +966-3-874-7020, Fax: +966-3-873-5020 E-mail: pmi-agc@aramco.com Website: www.pmi-agc.com PMI-ARABIAN GULF CHAPTER 19