REGISTER before February 20, 2015

3900 THB for Member and 4500 THB for Non-Member.

PM standards help us make processes efficient and reliable. This leads to measurable savings for a company. This 2 day workshop demonstrates how those savings materialize in a real cooperation – no matter if it is big or small – by building up a PMO. It will also provide tools and mechanism how to convince senior management in investing into a PMO. The speaker has real world experience in executing building up a PMO; from the initial idea until the days when the ROI is proven. He has 10+ years’ experience in PM and 20+ years within ICT industry; built up a PMO within an international cooperation and consulted building up others. After the workshop the participants will have skills and tools to repeat this in their own area.

Day 1

  • Introduction
  • What is a PMO
  • What are the pain points in implementing Project Management
  • Real World Experience of implementing a PMO
  • Case study of company from the audience or artificial company
  • Structure and Organization
  • Financial flows
  • Awareness of Change Management
  • Treatment of Projects
  • Group work on How to implement a PMO in this company
  • Presentation of Results, Discussion

Day 2

  • Recap of day 1
  •  Continue on how to implement a PMO in this company – Work in groups on
  • Single Project Management
  • Portfolio Project Management
  • Qualifications
  • Rollout
  • Business Model
  • Communication
  • Presentation of Results, Discussion
  • Tools: which tools do we need for an PMO – Brainstorming
  • Available (free) tools and suggestion how to use them – Presentation
  • How to demonstrate the ROI – Presentation, Discussion
  • Wrap-up, Next Step

About the Speaker

Walter Sedlacek took charge of the T-Systems UK Project Management Competence Centre (PMCC) in April 2008. His mission:Walter_Sedlacek the establishment of professional project management according to the Deutsche Telekom AG standard “PM Excellence” and to PMI®. The 40 year old from Salzburg has substantial experience in project management. His last position before joining T-Systems as Head of DSS Factory Austria in 2007 was CIO of General Motors Powertrain Austria.

 Walter Sedlacek supervised a variety of international IT projects for the US car manufacturer, including a comprehensive rollout of more than 10,000 standardised desktop systems in six countries. Sedlacek, a Physics and IT graduate who holds an American MBA, also teaches classes in technical and management subjects as a guest lecturer at the Danube University Krems and at a number of vocational colleges.

3900 THB for Members ; 4500 THB for non-Members

Following are guidelines for registration:

Members and non-Members:

PRE-REGISTER for this event within February 20, 2015 using the form below and get a chance to win a lucky draw
For non-members only:

To complete your REGISTRATION for this event, You will need to transfer money PMI Thailand Chapter bank account as follows:

Bank Account Information:
Name of Account: PMI Chapter Bangkok Co.
Savings Account: 175 0854810
Bank: Bangkok Bank
Branch: Klongtoey

After you have transferred the full amount to the account, please fax us copy of the transfer slip to 02348-8312 and/or send a scanned copy to We will then check your payment and send you a confirmation email finalizing the registration process.

The payment deadline for registration is February 20, 2015.

Thank you and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.