PMI Southern Germany Chapter Celebrates its 20th Birthday with a new President



9 May 2018 – Munich, Germany – Domiciled in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, the Chapter of the Project Management Institute for the states of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg will become 20 this year. Founded in 1998 as the PMI Munich Chapter, its outreach covers the whole of Southern Germany.

The celebrations will be done in November this year led by Jörg Glunde, PMP, the new Chapter President, who took over the position from Oliver F. Lehmann, PMP, in April 2018. Oliver presided over the Chapter for 5 years, during which the membership grew by over 40%. He said he will spend his time in future focusing on his work in Project Business Management (PBM), which deals with projects performed by often complex and international project supply networks (PSNs).

Jörg Glunde, PMP, attended the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and has worked as a project manager for many years. He has co-authored a book on requirements engineering and volunteered at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Informatik (German Association for Computer Science). He has been a lead volunteer at the PMI Southern Germany Chapter since 2009, managing and governing projects with volunteers. Jörg works as a project manager at Zeppelin Baumaschinen GmbH.

Jörg Glunde has been a member of the Chapter for 10 years and managed its first project management congress named PM-Summit in 2010. He has been the Chapter’s Vice President Projects since 2012 and governed a number of major chapter projects performed solely by volunteers.

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