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Webinar – Executive Loneliness

Posted on29 Apr 2020
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Last night our weekly webinar discussed a topic not often covered – executive loneliness. It is not really different from the loneliness we all can feel with the exception that executives often have fewer people to talk to about what they are facing as they are on the top of the organisation. With COVID-19, it is not only the physical isolation at home but also...
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The Risky Business Of Project Management

Posted on19 Dec 2019
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Undertaking any project, whether in-house or in partnership with a professional services firm, entails risk. Project risk is defined as any area of concern that could prevent a project from achieving all of its benefits. Project risk requires careful management and involves identification, assessment, and mitigation. It is important at the beginning of any project to go through the risk identification process. Not all project...
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2018 Last Year Symposium introduction

Posted on12 Dec 2019
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The First Myanmar Project Management Symposium in Myanmar On December 13th, 2018, a total of over 400 people gathered for a full day conference to discuss the project management profession and how to ensure project success. With the mission to ensure project success and raise the capacity levels in Myanmar,  Myanmar Project Management Center (MPC) took charge by inviting government officials, project managers and business...
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Ask The Project Coach

Posted on05 Dec 2019
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Coach Sypsomos is here to answer questions on problems you have faced in projects, project leadership and even personal organization. 1. I am the Project Manager of a medium size but complex construction project. Our project team seems to be constantly very frustrated and complain that they do too much work, and they often argue about who does most of the work. I know that...
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Ensuring the Project is a Manageable Size

Posted on28 Nov 2019
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Good Practice: A large project should be cut up into more manageable sub-projects, which only depend on completed sub-projects. The project planning methodology provides a good tool to subdivide major projects into more manageable sub-projects with short-term deliverables. Each project plan should itself be subdivided into a number of key milestones. This helps to provide continual delivery and makes sure progress is measured regularly. For...
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Q&A with Daniel Nay Min Tun

Posted on19 Nov 2019
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Meeting up in his office in Yangon, Pulse got a chance to talk with Daniel Nay Min Tun, Deputy Managing Director of Myanmar Carlsberg Co., Ltd and get an insight into who he is and what drives him Danielgraduated from University of Southern California (USC) with a degree in Real Estate Development and Business Finance from the United States. Having studied abroad his global experiences...
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