Rosli Bakri is an experience project manager who had been working with several Malaysian GLCs and private companies in the Telco industries. Throughout his 13 years of professional experience in managing project, from being the assistant project manager, project coordinator until the Program Manager position, he is very familiar with the functional structures in the organization and has understood deeply on the usual challenges faced by the project manager, when projects are being implemented across the matrix organization.
Rosli also has a sound technical knowledge on the Mobile Network architecture especially on the Billing System and VAS Systems. The combination of both (project management and technical knowledge), have made him a suitable candidate in giving a consultancy on the proper methodology of managing project in accordance with the best practice governed by PMI® from technical guy perspective.
As a freelance consultant, he is planning to share his knowledge and experience with the rest of the industries on the importance of applying the correct Project Management methodology in their projects, which consequently will yield more productivity and efficiency across the organization while maintaining competitive advantage in respective industry.
This course will expose the participants on the fundamental of Project Management methodology, skills, tools and technique based on the world Project Management best practise.
The participants who are involved directly and indirectly in a project, such as project managers, line managers or functional employees will be able to understand the importance of having the knowledge of Project Management best practise and enable them to be the agents of change to their organization in adopting the proper processes and environment to support the success of any project endeavours.
Upon completion of this course, delegates will be able to:
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Part 1: Introduction to Project Management
Part 2: Project Initiation
Part 3: Project Planning
Part 3: Project Planning Continues
Part 4: Project Implementation
Part 5: Project Closeout
Delivery Style and Methodology