10th MITPM Conference Highlights
Early morning of 28th Oct 2014, there were a gathering of over 250 PMPs, 19 speakers and panelist, and 30 MITPM team members and at Dorsett Grand Subang Hotel to celebrate MITPM 10th year old birthday. Special thanks to MDeC, MNCC to their strong continuous support as well as Malay Mail covering our event. Quoting from Tan Sri, Malaysia project managers on par with Asia’s best.
MSCPMP Circle as a PMP community proud to be Malaysia’s PMP talent continuous-growing platform by providing forums, master classes, as well as special interest talk. MSCPMP is also offering 2015 membership promotion to all PMPs. Check it out here.
In addition of project management related presentations, SERE (presented by Dato Sri Lt. Kol. Dr. Alif Aiman Abdullah) impressed the audiences on safety awareness. Take away lesson:
- Avoid FIRST.
- Survival depends on 2 basic ideals; minimizing the threat and maximizing our (effective) options.
- Crime prevention begins before the event, and not during it.
- Always have a ‘throwable-unwanted’ wallet in your (especially women) handbag when you were threaten by someone for valuable things.
Mr. Gert brought the audience into a new industry, hotelier. His presentation broaden the audience’s view on how far can a project manager (PMP precisely) go.
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Afternoon Session II – When East Met West (Dr Barry Hsiung) (Contact admin for PDF version)
[www.mitpm.org] Closing the project is always a challenging endeavour. It is a process with final result to conclude your project successfully. Standish Group’s Chaos studies (since 1994) has indicated that more than 50% of projects have closure issues or being terminated. BEGIN WITH AN END IN MIND. It is imperative that project leaders strategize in the early stage of the project to gain buy-in from the stakeholders, to manage the acceptance and procurement closure, and to successfully realize the benefits to be delivered by the project to meet stakeholders expectations. Thus the theme STRATEGIC CLOSURE, [and the beginning of a NEW “Chapter” !] and the Master Class designed to address issues pertaining to Managing Contract Closure, Requirements and Stakeholder Conflict. Never has so many Senior Managers, Strategists and Project Management Professionals been gathered in one place at one time – all focused on helping to enhance your project management capabilities. PLUS, our 10th Anniversary Celebration, food, exhibits, and the chance to network in a dynamic, goal-oriented learning environment.
Find out more from the brochures below on this theme.
Master Classes @ 40% discount for all 2014 MSCPMP Circle members.
For all pricing and registration form, kindly contact us via our inquiry form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
28/10 Main Conference & 10th Anniversary Celebration – BROCHURE
29-30/10 Managing Stakeholder Conflict – BROCHURE
Open For Registration HERE (for 2014 MSCPMP Circle member only)