Asia Pacific Project Management Congress 2012 in Hong Kong on 2-3 November 201


16 October 2012 – Hong Kong, China – The PMI Hong Kong Chapter will host the Asia Pacific Project Management Congress 2012 during 2-3 November 2012 at the Cyberport Conference and Exhibition Centre in Hong Kong.  Business globalization and ever changing business environment has elevated risk management challenge to a new height and managing the change has become critical to the success of projects. This congress will focus on these new challenges and is themed “Maximizing business benefits in a dynamic & changing environment”.

Distinguished leaders and seasoned professionals from USA, Mainland China, Taiwan, Japan, Macao and Hong Kong will share their insights in the successful applications of PM concepts, methodologies and techniques, with relevant case studies on enhancing the business performance under the current fluctuating and “risky” global environment

Day 1 on 2 November will include three workshops with the following topics:

  • W01:How to Manage Resistance to Change
  • W02: How to Eliminate Significant Risks and Accomplish Your Project Results – A Case Study for a Theme Park IT Project
  • W03: Benefits of using Mediation Skills for Project Management and for Personal Life

Day 2 on 3 November will include a one-day conference, which will consist of plenary sessions with keynote speakers to begin and end the day, and three parallel breakout streams of presentations during the afternoon.  The day will begin with Welcome Speech by Mr Raymond WONG and Opening Speech by Mr Daniel LAI, BBS, JP.

They will be followed by Keynote Address 1 by Mr Tai-Chong CHEW, “Can Collaborative Working Environment Mitigate Risk Exposures?”.

Keynote Address 2 will be Ir Dr Otto POON, “Wealth Creation in a Fast Changing Risk Environment”.

Keynote Address 3 will be Mr Ricardo Viana VARGAS, member of the PMI Board of Directors, “The Pulse of the Profession”. 

The afternoon highlight will be a Keynote Address by Mr Todd WILCOX on “Critical Elements of Success and Effective Risk Management in Major Transformation Projects

For more information, visit http://www.pmi.org.hk/.