Wednesday, July 2, 2014

MSC Malaysia Project Management Experience Sharing Seminar

 The recent released PMBOK® 5th Ed. has incorporated Agile Project Life Cycle.
  • How is this position PMP® versus SCRUM? Is SCRUM only apply to software projects?
  • What is the role(s) of Project Manager in the SCRUM environment?
  • Does SCRUM handle fixed price contract well, what is the pricing model suitable for Malaysian customers?

And finally who has the higher pay? If you are interested to know more about the above questions, come to attend this coming Seminar. Listen to industry experts sharing their experiences practicing agile approach within their organization, the challenges they faced and the lessons learned !

About MSCPMP Circle (MPC) MSCPMP Circle was established in January 2008, conceived as an EXCLUSIVE platform for Malaysian PMP® holders to SOCIALIZE and NETWORK, to SHARE industry experiences and to ADVANCE the project management discipline in a friendly, supportive environment, the MPC also facilitates an annual programme of quarterly forums, conferences, workshops and seminars to promote continuous professional development of fellow members.

MSCPMP Circle has members coming from more than 60 multi-national companies, subject matter experts from different background contribute to the knowledge development of MSCPMP Circle. MSCPMP Circle is the platform for over 500 PMP® in Malaysia continuing their PMP©. Member is privileged to attend Special Interest Talk, Half Yearly Forum and MITPM Conference FREE!

Community of MSCPMP Circle members comprises a variety of professional IT-related positions, including project managers, senior management, consultants, IT professionals, chief-level personnel, finance and banking, government and the public sector, healthcare, and manufacturing.

Forum '14: Toastmasters @ The Workplace

Toastmasters International District 51, Kuala Terengganu Annual Conference. Event: Forum '14: Toastmasters @ The Workplace

Forum '14: Toastmasters @ The Workplace

INTRODUCTION: The 21st century workplace is face-paced, global, innovative and competitive. What do our CCs, CLs, ACs, ALs and DTMs mean and how much they "weigh" when we step out the doors of Toastmasters and into the battlefield of employment and business?

Do the communication and leadership skills we develop through Toastmasters really have an impact on our career and business?

In this forum, we will discuss the relevance and fluidity of Toastmasters in the different aspects of work as well as business and explore how Toastmasters should be integrated into corporate development and organizational growth.

Our panel speakers comprises of an interesting mix of three baby-boomers and a Gen-Y "baby": one lady and three men. They will share their respective stories and present their views, based on their corporate exposure, business acumen, leadership training and experience in Toastmasters.

  • To reinforce the fact that our personal development through Toastmasters gives us the competitive advantage in the workplace.
  • To inspire young adults, especially Gen-Ys, to endorse and embrace Toastmasters.
  • To call out to District leaders and club leaders to reach out to young adults.
  • To encourage Toastmasters who take up leadership roles to equip themselves with the necessary training and skills so that they can be more effective in carrying out their respective roles in Toastmasters. In addition to that, they are able to transfer their learning from Toastmasters to the workplace.
  • To encourage integration of the Toastmasters program into corporate development and organizational growth

  • George Yen, DTM
  • Kiang Faang Pyng, DTM
  • R. Sivanganam, DTM
  • Zahir Ahmad, ACB CL

Date: 3 May 2014
Venue: Primula Beach Hotel, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia.
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