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USING THE PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT APPROACH IN THESE CHALLENGING TIMES Optimizing Procurements, Consistent Delivery

Technical

Title

USING THE PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT APPROACH IN THESE CHALLENGING TIMES

Optimizing Procurements, Consistent Delivery



Event Date

21-Oct-2021, Thursday (9.00 PM to 10.00PM))



PDUs

1 PDUs



Speakers

Joshua Netto, DBA, PMP® PMI-RMP® PRINCE2®



Speaker Brief

Dr. Joshua Netto has 20 years of leading and managing a wide variety of capital programs. His diverse experience covers a range of industries like entertainment, hospitality, commercial developments, energy, and even NGOs.

With regard to academic qualifications, Dr. Joshua holds a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) and also an International Executive MBA. He is also an active researcher, occupying an adjunct professor position with a Malaysian university with several published research papers.

In terms of certifications, Dr. Joshua actively maintains a wide array of internationally recognized accreditations in project, business and risk management such as the Project Management Professional (PMP), Prince2, Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), Certified International Project Manager (CIPM) and Registered Business Analyst (RBA).

He currently leads the Asia Oceania Program Management Office (PMO) as the head consultant and regional account manager for one of the largest energy companies in the world, while actively managing the Turner and Townsend business in Malaysia as a senior manager.

He is a local, based in the Klang Valley and married with two children.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-joshua-netto

 

Overview

This is a continuation from PMI Malaysia’s session at the recent Project Control Expo virtual event, where the program management approach with an in-depth understanding of the links between organizational goals and the demand for capital projects enable better decisions with a greater impact.

This webinar will expand on this approach to optimize procurements, leveraging off the supply chain to extract the most value and produce better outcomes, and translating these partnerships into a successful and consistent delivery model.



Learning takeaways

1. Learning to optimize capital investments, frameworks and leveraging off strategic partnerships to enhance delivery and performance.

2. Understanding the levers to consistent delivery across multiple projects, setting up delivery commitments that are aligned to the success criteria.

3. Monitoring delivery, understanding the early warning signs, continuous improvement through interventions and enhancements to produce better outcomes.



Target Audience

Client-side PMOs, Program and Project Managers, Project Sponsors, Project Team Members.

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Information

Type of category: Webinar

Type of activity: Technical

Date: 21 October 2021

Hour: 21:00 to 22:00

Number of PDUs: 1

Price

Members: Free

Non members: Free

Students: Free

Location

Zoom Meeting (link will be shared upon registration)