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The HK branch committee organised another successful and fascinating site visit to see the progress of the West Kowloon XRL terminus...
On the morning of Saturday 25th October 2014 a site visit was organised between the APM HK branch and the Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers (HKICM). This was an opportunity to see the progress of the Kwun Tong Line Extension...
Lisa Shi, head of risk management at E C Harris Hong Kong, arrived at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht club to give a presentation on risk management and stakeholder management as one of the APM HK branch's monthly CPD events. Lisa gave her presentation to some 30 local members and guests and her presentation slides are available here...
The Hong Kong branch membership returned to the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club for a presentation by Mace's Penny Hubbard-Brown and Stephen Wong. The presentation focussed on proactive project management. Committee member, Joe Wong, provides an overview of the presentation here...
Paul Bamforth, UK Country Manager, Projectplace, presented a webinar on 7th October addressing how organisations can use digital technologies to increase collaborative working. He focussed on Lean and Agile methodologies.
Over 75 people gather for the latest APM volunteers’ forum.
Paul Bamforth, UK Country Manager, Projectplace, presented a webinar on 10th September addressing how Kanban boards add value to the Gantt world.
Susanne Madsen presents a thought provoking webinar for APM on project leadership that helps you lead yourself and others more effectively in a project context
The APM Hong Kong branch membership gathered once again at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club on Tuesay 15th July for a presentation from Tom Mehrmann, Ocean Park chief executive. Tom shared the Ocean Park story of success over the last decade, along with a view of the future. Here you'll find Tom's presentation slides and an event write up from the Hong Kong branch committee.
This book is a collection of 21 separate essays by different authors on subjects as diverse as improving the calculation of earned value and the role of spirituality in successful project management. It is an eclectic mix of reflective pieces, research summaries and more practical chapters on new ways of working. The key themes of the collection are risk and uncertainty, leadership, people skills and team formation and new thinking on techniques and processes.