Women in Project Management Virtual Forum Series : “A Courageous Conversation"
Women in Project Management Virtual Forum Series: “A Courageous Conversation”
Saturday, 13 March 2021 , 11 AM to 12 PM
1 PDU (Leadership)
A Panel Discussion with the following panellists:
- Corina Tan, Vice President & General Manager, Global CSB at Dell Technologies.
- Winston Das Solomon, Owner, SOLOMON HRIS & BPO Consulting.
- Datin Habsah Nordin, General Manager of Enterprise Data at Group Digital, PETRONAS.
Corina is the Vice President of Dell’s CSB Global Business Services and General Manager of Dell Penang, Malaysia. She comes with a vast experience in the Telecommunication, Banking, Service & IT industry, total of 31+ years. She’s been in Dell for the last 21+ years and have been managing various Asia Pacific and Global organizations focusing on Sales Operations, Customer Care and Global Project Management.
Winston is happily married and a father of a young lady whom he adores and dotes on. He has worked in HR, IT and Consulting over the last thirty-five years. Apart from consulting, he has worked in the banking, automotive, education and pharmaceutical industries.
Datin Habsah has close to 25 years of experience working in PETRONAS. She is currently the Head of Enterprise Data with the role to strategize and drive Data Programs and cultivate organizational capabilities via Knowledge Management towards a digitally enabled organization.
It’s a well-known fact that diversity in project management produces better project results and serves to sustainably incorporate the project in companies or organizations. In fact, according to PMI Pulse of Profession, 88% of project professionals agree that having a diverse and inclusive team would increase project value.
There is no doubt that the industry has a wealth of qualified and competent women who bring diverse skillsets and value to projects and organizations. Women are now a fixture in the profession. Yet, as in many other fields, disparities persist.
So, what is behind the gender imbalance, particularly within major project leadership?
Promoting gender parity has its impact on the growth, competitiveness and future readiness of economies and businesses.
Projects are the way organizations increasingly use to deliver their results and create value. In view of this, encouraging diversity and promoting equal opportunities for women in project management will contribute towards the success of organisations.
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