5000 THB for PMI Thailand Chapter members and 6500 THB for non-members
7 PDUs (Strategic and Business Management Skills)!
About this Workshop
We will learn about how to think strategically as project managers and how to better lead our teams to make better choices when they plan and execute projects.
- In this workshop, we will explore the quantum shifts occurring in business due to disruption and the advent of new Innovation Lifecycles and how it relates to planning and executing projects in all the innovation phases, especially from ideation to incubation to scaling.
- We will explore why traditional project management methods are insufficient to handle both the requirements for speed, creativity, failures and the impacts on managing an innovation portfolio.
- We will review the root causes of many current Corporate Innovation Lab failures and discuss the leadership implications required to overcome serious process and cultural constraints to plan and execute innovation projects.
- Designed around group interactions, we’ll work together to solve the common challenges that face all of us both as innovators and project managers in Thailand.
Overview of the Current Situation & Challenges
Rate of disruption and implications to planning
What are we learning from Innovation Lab failures
New project lifecycles that are required
Lunch: International Buffet (The Square Restaurant)
Explore “Zone to Win” for Leading and Executing Disruption and Innovation Projects
Define the Four Zone Innovation Execution Framework to organize project workflows
Research on success criteria to manage Innovation Project Portfolios
Taking the Next Steps to Plan your Innovation Projects
Project Managers, PMO Managers, OD Specialists, Corporate Planners, Line Managers, Project Sponsors
Our Speaker and Coach
William’s passion in life has been the study of strategy & execution and this demands a systemic understanding of both portfolio and project management planning in various organizational environments and cultures. He is the former program director and senior instructor for the Stanford University Advanced Project Management Program, an executive education program. He was also the CEO of a management consulting and corporate training business that implemented the tools and practices taught in the Stanford Program. He has designed, implemented and trained comprehensive project management practices in companies like Cisco, Qualcomm, McKesson, Wipro and IBM touching well over 5,000 project managers.
Some of his innovative thinking around the Strategy Execution Framework that he co-created is described in his book entitled, Executing Your Strategy: How to Break it Down & Get it Done, published by the Harvard Business School Press. He has an MBA in e-Commerce from Capella University and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California-Santa Barbara. His certifications include Stanford Certified Project Manager (SCPM), PMI Project Management Professional (PMP®) and New Product Development Professional (NPDP).