NWITP Monthly Newsletter: December 2013

                      NWITP December 2013 newsletter

NWITP Celebrates 3rd Anniversary

Wish you all a wonderful and happy new year. It is our pleasure to share the news with you that NWITP completed its 3rd anniversary this month. We would like to say A BIG THANK YOU to the whole NWITP community for supporting and walking along with us in our entire journey. We really APPRECIATE your support!!!


In the past 3 years, NWITP has achieved many milestones:

v  Focused on Education, Experience & Opportunity

v  Created a new TPM series of Boot Camps

v  More than 1200 people attended our various training sessions

v  250 people have taken our PMP classes

v  Good success rate for PMP, 40 people have passed the exam in the 1st attempt



By Silvia Doomra

Any project that you plan to execute will have many elements to be controlled – budget, time, quality, people, stakeholders, requirements, scope-creep, and even a few “first-time” challenges such as implementing a BYOD work culture.


No wonder the project managers are bound to make mistakes in their projects, leading to its failure. And that’s probably why the rate of project failure is still very high.

Such a mire of elements can create a push and pull effect and develop problems in software development at various stages. These problems will naturally be the cause of project failures. Although as an astute project manager you can still deal with a failing project, but then sometimes project failure may just be inevitable. Instead of playing the blame game, it will help if you pick out key lessons from a project failure. So, what can we learn from project failures? To know check out the blog here.




Our highly demanded Technical Program Management Foundation Boot Camp is being held in February. It’s a 4 day program and open for enrolment here. This program is for those who are passionate about solution engineering, system design and effective communication. The 4 day classes will start from Saturday, Feb 8, 2014Sunday, Feb 16, 2014. Please follow the link for more details on TPM Boot Camp.



Do you have a success story? We would love to hear that. Please share your story on how NWITP helped you change a small part of your professional life either on Facebook or email at contact@nwitp.net.

If you have any feedback or suggestions, feel free to write us at contact@nwitp.net. Also, please let us know if you are interested in joining the core volunteer team of NWITP.


On behalf of,

Pooja Tickoo | Communications and PR, NWITP

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