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WEBINAR - Half Day Course On A Comparative Study Of Project Management Approaches – Part 1
Venue: Digital Platform
Date & Time: 21 Oct 2020 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM) Closed
CPD/PDP: 3.5
Closing Date Before: 18-Oct-2020 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By Technical Division - Project Management


• Understand the approaches to management of projects
• Appreciate the developing trends in project management.
• A contextual and comparative understanding of Project Management


• Student centered learning / Experiential Learning
• Lectures & participative information exchange
• Application of PM theories in International practice
• Structured to enhance student understanding


Robert Gan PMP®, IDPM(Camb), AICA, NCC S&D

• Peer reviewed publications in 2018, search word DPM3
     • Components of PM Maturity Impacting Project, program, Portfolio & Organizational success
     • PM Maturity Models as generic tools capable of diverse applications
• Immediate Past President, Project Management Institute – Malaysia Chapter (Max 5 terms)
• Was a 2 term Adjunct Professor and now as their Industry Advisory Panel member, UMP
• Industry Advisory Board member, Queen Mary University of London, Engineering school, X'ian
• Expert witness in Project Management, Advisor to PGB Pte Ltd, Singapore
• Researcher in Project Management maturity, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus
• Managing Partner, ROGAN Strategic Advisory, IDPM Coach/PMP®/CAPM® exam preparation
Robert is a seasoned professional director and Project Delivery Partner with 20 years of Programme and Project Management experience that has included people, processes and technology. He has formal training in Project Management and Accountancy that helps in Project Financials, Stakeholders’ management, Quality/Risk/Procurement Management, Systems Analysis and Design, and Project Management of Application Systems deployment. During the past fifteen years, Robert has helped and coached corporate business owners and their team in addressing business issues, procedure realignment, provision of alternatives, proposing work-around solutions and business process improvements.
As a Principal Consultant with PwC and another big four regional consulting organisation, Robert has practiced best-in-class project management methodologies (Ascendant, Summit2).  He has roll out more than 20 projects some of which were multi-country and multi-cultural in scope across the Asia-Pacific region in countries like Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. The enterprise class systems implementation were for industries ranging from Financial services/banking, General construction, IT suppliers, ERP implementers and Software developers, M&E and Engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturers. The in-depth experience managing stake holders’ expectations, subcontractors and vendors has helped Robert to complete projects on time, budget & quality.
Robert has conducted extensive Project Management Training & coaching for business & technology users during the project life cycle. He has delivered Project Management and PMO Competency based Training, Coaching & workshops as well as the professional series in Negotiation skills, Conflict Management, Effective project estimation & budgeting control, Project Leadership & soft skills.
Robert is an ACTION International trained business coach. The training and career development gained over the years has enabled Robert to gain the honour with Distinctions in all papers for the Cambridge International Diploma in Project Management now referred to as the International Diploma in Project Management, IDPM(Camb) . He has been and continues to be an invited speaker at many public symposiums, seminars and in-house events of MNCs and local conglomerates both here in Malaysia and in the APAC region. He does research in Project Management Maturity at the University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus, a 2 terms Adjunct Professor, and now as Industry Advisory Panel member, University Malaysia Pahang.

Limited to 470 participants only (first come basis) and confirmation email will be sent for successful registration latest by 20 October 2020 @ 5.00 PM

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