Project Management: What Every Business Manager Needs to Know

Behavioural

26
Feb 2020

26 - 27 February 2020

8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Securities Commission Malaysia

Speakers : Dr. J. Prebagaran

Claimable
10 CPE

MYR 1500 *Fee is not inclusive of 6% SST

“Operations keep the lights on, strategy provides the light at the end of the tunnel, but project management is the train engine that moves the organisation forward” – Joy Gumz

Every business organisation needs capable managers to take on multiple projects and ‘see them through’. Project management requires the practical application of specific knowledge, leadership skills, supportive resources, and techniques to deliver projects in accordance to customer’s specifications and on time. The project life cycle is often clearly phased into several important stages. Each phase addresses a specific aspect of managing a project from start to end.

Programme Objective
This programme is designed for business managers leading internal (office) or external (business) projects. The course covers the complete project lifecycle — from project initiation and planning, project implementation to its completion phase. Methods, techniques and processes that are critical to successfully complete the projects will be deliberated.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completing the programme, the participant should be able to:

• describe the project management lifecycle and constraints
• determine the project scope and stakeholder’s roles
• analyse the time management activities, scheduling and resources planning in managing a project
• discuss the cost considerations in implementing a project
• determine the communication plans while taking into considerations the identified response strategies
• discuss the execution methods, implementation plans, strategies as well as the monitoring exercise in ensuring the projects undertaken is successful

 

Methodology

Interactive presentations, role plays, case studies and hands on exercises

Competencies

Behavioural (Organisation Leadership) – BOL04 Planning and Execution (Level 3), BOL06
Stakeholder Management (Level 2)
Behavioural (People Management) – BPM01 Communication (Level 3)

Target Audience

Individual 

Executives from various departments, dealers’ representatives, representatives dealing in derivatives, analysts and fund managers

Institutions 

Public listed companies (PLCs), small and medium enterprises (SMEs), cryptocurrency exchange companies, legal firms, consultancy firms, accounting firms, fund management companies, stockbroking firms, investment banks and fintech related companies and associations

Day 1

8.30 am Registration
9.00 am Overview of Project Management

·       Definition of project management

·       Understanding project management

·       The project management lifecycle

·       Project constraints

·       Project organisation structures

10.30 am Coffee Break
11.15am Project Initiation

·       Establishing project priorities

·       Identifying Project Stakeholders and their roles

·       Developing Project Charter

 

Project Scope Definition

·       Gathering Requirements

·       Defining Scope

·       Work Breakdown Structure

1.00 pm Lunch Break
2.00 pm Time Management and Scheduling

·       Defining Activities

·       Sequencing Activities

·       Estimating Activity Duration

·       Critical Path Analysis

3.30 pm Coffee Break
3.45 pm Resource Planning

·       Determining Required Project Resources

·       Determining Roles and Responsibilities

·       Staffing Management

5.00 pm End of Programme

Day 2

9.00 am Cost Management

·       Estimating Cost

·       Types of Cost

·       Developing Project Budget

10.30 am Coffee Break
11.15am Communications Management

·       Managing Stakeholders’ Expectations

·       Developing a Communication Plan

·       Project Status Report

 

Risk Management

·       Identifying Risks

·       Analysing Risks

·       Risk Response Strategies

 

1.00 pm Lunch Break
2.00 pm Quality Management

·       Principles of Quality Management

·       Developing a Quality Plan

 

Project Execution & Implementation

·       Developing the Project Team

·       Management Skills required to manage project execution

 Managing conflict

 Getting commitment and buy in, etc.

 

3.30 pm Coffee Break
3.45 pm Monitoring Project Status

·       How to determine accurate status

·       What to report

·       What actions to take on variances to plan

 

Project closure

·       Project Closeout

·       Post Project Review

5.00 pm End of Programme

PREBAGARAN JAYARAMAN

Dr. J. Prebagaran brings with him extensive experience from the corporate world and is now considered amongst the new breed of ‘holistic’ trainers. He has more than 30 years of experience in managing projects and conducting training for international clients. He has conducted Project Management & Leadership training for major organisations in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Maldives, Pakistan, UAE Oman, Bahrain, Tanzania Ghana and Nigeria. He is an Accredited Competency Professional by Institute of Leadership Management (UK) with hands on experience in managing competency development projects for major organisations in Malaysia. He drives learning and development based on a unique combination of expertise gained through various certifications in NLP, Leadership, Management, Training Analysis & Design, 7-Habits of Highly Effective People, Project Management, Risk Management, TQM and Safety.

Dr. J. Prebagaran gained valuable working experience while serving as a Production Supervisor at a MNC, Education Officer of Malaysian Armed Forces, Project Manager in Boustead Naval Shipyard, Head of Marine Technology Academy in Boustead Naval Shipyard and currently the CEO of SMC Professional Centre for Learning & Development. Among the highlights of his career includes leading the Technology Transfer Programme to acquire the capability to conduct operator and maintainer training technology from Scientific Management Associates, Melbourne, Australia to Malaysia for the Royal Malaysian Navy New Generation Patrol Vessel Project. Dr. Praba’s professionalism was highlighted in SMA’s corporate newsletter published in Australia in April 2014. He is also responsible for the successful design and implementation of Professional Diploma in Naval Engineering in collaboration with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) for Royal Navy of Oman. He has successfully conducted various training in Project Management & Leadership for major MNC and government organisations in Malaysia namely Honda (M), Continental, Jabil, Fairchild, Agilent Technologies, Flextronics, Avon Cosmetics, Malaysian Insurance Institute, Malaysia Public Service Department, OSRAM Technologies.

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8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Securities Commission Malaysia

Training
Behavioural
Claimable
10 CPE
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Feb 2020
Project Management: What Every Business Manager Needs to Know

26 - 27 February 2020

8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Securities Commission Malaysia

MYR 1500

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