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Webinar on “Practical Approach and Contemporary View for Today's Project Management”
 


Date, time & venue

2020-09-04;6:30pm to 8:00pm;Webinar

Organiser – Control, Automation & Instrumentation Division

 

Co-organized by BSD, MCD, MID, YMC, SSC, EGD, HKIPM, AES, InstMC-HK, IVE Engineering, UniSA Alumni HK – Doctoral Society, GBA Development Centre, & HKPC

 

Webinar Brief

Project becomes a normal practice almost in all industries today. Thus, effective project management is more and more important. The knowledge and capability of a project manager are needed to enhance to suit the changing environment. The seminar introduces the contemporary concept of project management, the position of project manager, and the major keys toward a successful project.

 

Language

The Webinar will be carried out in English as far as possible.

 

Speaker

Dr. Francis Chan PhD (UniSA), MEM, BA, FHKIPM, FCMI, MIEM(HK)

 

Dr. Chan is the Past President and Honorary Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Project Management (HKIPM). He is currently serving as President of the Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management (APFPM), Council Member of HKIPM. He has over 35 year-experience across engineering and construction related projects, including civil, building, new town development and infrastructure.

 

 

Facilitator

Ir Prof. Louis Lock HonFInstMC, CAI DAP Chair & VP HKIE of Session 98/99, Adjunct Prof of Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) - City University & Visit Prof of University of Science and Technology, Beijing

 

 

Registration & Enquiry

The number of participants is limited to 100. All applications will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to the co-organizing parties. Successful applicants will be notified prior to the webinar. For enquiry, please email to tony.kwong.ty@gmail.com

 

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