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PMIMY Evening Talk 25 July 2019: Learning Transfer Strategies

Strategic Business Management skills

 

Title:

Learning Transfer: What Can You do To Maximize Performance Improvement After Project Management Training?

Event Date:

25 July 2019  (Evening talk : 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm) 

  • Registration Starts at : 6.30 PM
  • Dinner will be served at 6.30 PM
  • Evening Talk Starts at 7.00 PM

PDUs:

2 PDUs 

Fee:

  • Members: RM70
  • Non-Members: RM100
  • Early bird discount RM50 if register before 11 July 2019 (Early Bird promo code: EB_ET20190725)

Speakers:

Major Dr Prebagaran Jayaraman, PhD,PMP,PMI-RMP

Speaker Brief:

Major Dr.  J.Prebagaran (R) has 30 years of working experience with focus on Learning & Development. He was the Project Manager (Training & Technology Transfer) for Multi Billion Ringgit International Shipbuilding Project based in Lumut, Perak. He was also the Head of Marine Technology Academy (MTA) of Boustead Naval Shipyard. Under his leadership, MTA successfully designed and delivered various competencies building project including for international clients from Royal Navy of Oman. He obtained his PhD from UTM with research focus on Managing Technology Transfer. He is a strong advocate of lifelong learning. He is a PMP, PMI-RMP, Certified NLP Practitioner and 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Facilitator.

Major Dr.  J.Prebagaran ( R ) is currently the CEO of SMC Trainers Malaysia. He is also a part time lecturer at UTM and Asia e University. He has presented papers in national and international seminars .He also has vast experience as external PhD examiner at UTM. The combination of academic and industry experience is his unique strength to add value for competency building projects.

Major Dr.  J.Prebagaran (R) has conducted training for major organizations in Malaysia,Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Maldives, Pakistan, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Tanzania, Ghana and Nigeria. His vast hands-on experience and relevant professional qualification is valuable in helping organizations to design and deliver training that creates sustainable impact.  

Overview:

Does training results in measurable behavioral change to improve job performance and business RESULTS? This is one of the key questions among many leaders in relation to Learning and Development (L&D) investment. 

While many leaders and professional organizations like PMI is highly committed to facilitate talent development, the IMPACT of L&D is questionable. 2017 Global Learning Transfer Research report published by Lever- Transfer of Learning and Lentum Ltd revealed that only 10%-20% of any new skills and behaviors are applied in the workplace (transferoflearning.com). Therefore most training is not achieving the expected IMPACT.

 This paper will describe 3 strategies to improve the impact of training through effective Learning Transfer Strategies based on global best practices and the speaker’s hands-on experience in managing learning transfer from international projects.

Learning Takeaways:

  1.  What are the common challenges in managing learning transfer?
  2. What are the implications of not managing learning transfer effectively?

  3. How to manage Learning Transfer to enhance your organizations competitiveness and survivability?

Target Audience:

Project Managers, Project Planners, Schedulers, Project Team Members  

 

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Informations

Type of activity: Evening Talk

Date: 25 July 2019

Hour: 18:30 to 21:00

Nb of PDUs: 2.0

Price

Members: RM70.00

Non members: RM100.00

Students: RM70.00