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The review about PMI AP Global Congress 2009

  1. 1. PMI Asia Pacific Global Congress 2009 한동환, PMP
  2. 2. Introduction of Instructor 한 동환( PMinside.com 대표) • 숭실대 Global project Management 경영학석사 • 美 PMI의 PMBOK® 3rd Edition 한글판 번역감수위원 • PMPcafe.com 대표 • 기업 및 전문 교육센터 다수 강의 • PMP 자격, PM 방법론 강의 전문 <저서> 골뱅이를 요리하는 사람들 (사이간) Web Project Management 웹 기획 (정보게이트) 공공기관 홈페이지 구축/운영 지침서 2003년 개정판 한권으로 끝내는 PMP Exam Pass(한빛미디어) Head First PMP 번역(한빛미디어) 휴대폰: 017-205-3010 이메일:ace@pminside.com Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  3. 3. AGENDA 1. PMI 2009 Asia Pacific Global Congress Introduction 2. Day 1 • Session & Networking Reception 3. Day 2 • Sessions & Lunch &Taste of Malaysia 4. Day 3 • Sessions & Closing Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  4. 4. PMI 2009 Asia Pacific Global Congress Introduction
  5. 5. PMI Global Congress 2009 1. Asia Pacific • 2009.2.9~11, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2. EMEA • 2009.5.18~20, Amsterdam, Netherlands 3. North America • 2009.10.10~13, Kissimmee, Florida USA Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  7. 7. PMI 2009 Asia Pacific Global Congress Introduction  일시: 2009년 2월 9일~ 11일  장소: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre  참석인원 및 나라: 37개국 400여명 참석 (작년 800여명)  비용: 3일간 Congress Full 참석 비용. 회원기준. 550달러 ( 작년 $329)  열린 세션: 약 32개의 세션 (작년 60개)  기타: 점심식사 / 저녁 Networking Reception  홈페이지:http://congresses.pmi.org/AsiaPacific2009 Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  9. 9. st Day 2월 9일(Monday)
  10. 10. Day1 - ADV06 How to identify, measure and manage risk throughout the life cycle of the project  Speaker: Torsten Koering, PMP, CBAP Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  11. 11. Speaker  PMI Queensland Chapter member. Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  12. 12. Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Why 3. Risk Register 4. Risk Assessment 5. Effective Process 6. Risk Profile Presentation 7. Project Health Check Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  13. 13. Why • Why does Risk management becomes more and more important? Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  14. 14. Recommend book  The World is Flat Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  15. 15. The World is Flat Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  16. 16. Inconvenient Truth Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  17. 17. The World is changing Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  18. 18. 프로젝트 관리자에게 어떤 영향? 1. Increased complexity 2. Increased competition 3. Dynamics of change Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  20. 20. Risk Register? • Records details of all risk identified at the beginning and during the life of the project • Their grading in terms of likelihood of occurring and seriousness of impact on the project • Initial plans for mitigating each high level risk • The costs and responsibilities of the prescribed mitigation strategies and subsequent result. Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  21. 21. Risk Register? • A description of each risk and how it will affect the project • A grading of each risk according to company standards • Who is responsible for managing the risk • An outline of proposed mitigation actions(preventive and contingency) Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  22. 22. Risk Register - why? • Useful tool for managing reducing the risks • Ensure the communication of risk management issues to key stakeholders • Identify the mitigation actions required for implementation of the risk management plan Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  23. 23. Risk Register - Structure Template Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  24. 24. Risk Register - Structure • Pro’s • Easy to use • Information in one spot • Covers all relevant areas • Not overburdened • Con’s • Doesn’t identify options • No comprehensive action Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  25. 25. Risk Assessment - Definition • Risk assessment is a common first step in a risk management process • Risk assessment is the determination of quantitative and qualitative value of risk related to a concrete situation and a recognized threat Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  26. 26. The ‘Diamond model’ Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  27. 27. The ‘Diamond model’ Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  28. 28. Example-World Trade Center Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  29. 29. Risk Process Risk management process is the systematic application of management policies, procedures and practices to the tasks of identifying, analyzing, evaluating, treating and monitoring risk AN/NZS 4360- Risk management standard Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  30. 30. Risk profile presentation Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  31. 31. Project health checks • Quick assessment • Mini health check based on knowledge areas or stages • Full health check based on knowledge areas or stages Template Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  32. 32. Lessons learned Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  33. 33. Lessons learned http://www.slideshare.net/tkoerting/kuala-lumpur- pmi-global-congress-2009-risk-management Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  34. 34. nd Day 2월 10일(Tuesday)
  35. 35. Day2 - TRN03 Optimising organisational performance: Harnessing the power of project management  Speaker: Lynda Bourne, DPM, PMP Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  37. 37. Day2 - ISS01 A comparison between three leading program management standards  Speaker: Michel S Thiry, MSP Advanced Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  43. 43. Day2 - COM02 Conversational leadership: A communication tool to lead and influence organisations  Speaker: Juergen Oschadleus, MBA, PMP Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  49. 49. The conversational leadership framework 1. Create awareness and establish mutual purpose 2. Gain permission 3. Anchor the conversation 4. Ask questions that stimulate thinking 5. Clarify understanding Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  50. 50. The conversational leadership framework 1. Create awareness and establish mutual purpose • Create an awareness of what needs to be achieved, and what the outcome will be. Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  51. 51. The conversational leadership framework 2. Gain permission Asking people to think requires getting their permission • Typical permission questions • Could I probe that a little further? • I’d like to have a more open conversation than we’ve had before. Would it be okay if I asked you some specific questions right now? • Can we spend a few minutes brainstorming ideas around this? • I’d like to understand more about your thinking in that area. Would you be okay to talk more about it? Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  52. 52. The conversational leadership framework 3. Anchor the conversation Anchor the conversation by checking where you are, and where you’re going. It address the “why, when, how, and who” of the conversation, and ensures that both parties are talking about the same thing. • Anchoring does the following: • States the goal of the conversation • Clarifies how you would like them to listen • Suggests what will happen in the conversation Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  53. 53. The conversational leadership framework 4. Ask questions that stimulate thinking • The right questions, asked in the right way, are one of the most powerful communications tools available to any manager. • When we start asking the right questions we stir the mind, we create awareness, and we move people toward action. Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  54. 54. The conversational leadership framework 5. Clarify understanding • Ideally, this should involve a short, clear sentence of less than 10 words. • Listen for the following: • What is the person trying to say? • What are they not saying? • What is the emotional context of what they are saying? • What’s behind their words? • What are they saying that can’t hear for themselves? Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  55. 55. Day2 - TRN02 Finding the future of project management from UNESCO world cultural heritage project  Speaker: Young Min Park, PMP, MSPM Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  57. 57. rd Day 2월 11일(Wednesday)
  58. 58. Day3 - ISS05 Critical elements in project management system  Speaker: Tan Siew Ling, Tan Joo Chua and Lee Yoon Seng Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  63. 63. Triangle / Pentagon Safety/ Public Housekeeping Relations Time Cost Time Cost Quality Quality Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  64. 64. To minimize inconvenience 1. Special piling methods to minimise noise and dust 2. Pre-cast technology used to expedite progress of works 3. Noise meters to monitor noise Temporary toilet for residents’ use during toilet 4. upgrading Temporary clothes drying racks for residents’ use 5. during space adding item construction 6. Assigned housekeeper at each block 7. Heavy duty vacuum cleaner used for works Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
  65. 65. Day3 - GBS01 Project management leadership – role of emotional intelligence  Speaker: Shobhna Raghupathy, MS, PMP Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  67. 67. Day3 - ISS04 Do most project managers still live under the bell curve?  Speaker: Manon Deguire, PMP, Prince2, MSP Advanced Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  69. 69. Day3 - COM01 Storytelling is for Kids…and project managers  Speaker: Eddie Merla, PMP Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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  71. 71. Wrap Up
  72. 72. Wrap Up  PMI Global Congress는 프로젝트관리에 관계된 사람들의 지식공유와 인적 네트워킹을 위한 전문 행사입니다.  PMI Global Congress에 참여하면 여러 전문 지식을 얻을 수 있고 또 세계의 많은 사람들과 교류할 수 있습니다.  English, Money, Time을 미리 준비해야 합니다. 꼭 참석해보세요! 기회가 되면 Copyright © Han, Dong Hwan
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