Hong Kong

News story - Colin Baker Saturday, March 28, 2015 - 12:14
Agile is becoming an overused word.  During the Webinar John Eary and Steve Messenger offered some answers to the questions and explored how agile programme management can lead to constant and incremental realisation of benefits.The presentation slides can be viewed below and the Webinar by clicking on this link: Agile working, John Eary from Association for Project ManagementAgile programme management and transformational change, Steve Messenger from Association for Project Management 

News story - Maya Creasey Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 13:20
Having originally planned for a speaker from another international institute, the Hong Kong branch March event seemed to be under control and was coming together nicely. However what can a project team do when things start to take a turn for the worse? Due to the unforeseen withdrawal of our speaker with only a couple of weeks to go until the scheduled event date we were left with an empty 'slot' in our usually varied and successful events calendar.Following a couple of enquiries to try and pin down another speaker we found that it was simply too late notice for everyone we tried. We...

Event - Dawn Parker Monday, February 16, 2015 - 12:39
DateTuesday 24th February 2015Time6.30pm Registration and refreshments7.30pm PresentationVenueRoyal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellet Island, Causeway Bay, Hong KongCPDUp to 2 hours (find out more about CPD)Presented byMarcel EkkelCostAPM members:Employees of APM corporate members:Non members:FreeFree£10.00 (approx HK$125)#APMfacilitationThe topic of this session will be around facilitation in the project management space.As projects are about teams creating an end product, let’s revisit some of the tools and techniques to maximise the teams' knowledge and skills. Topics like...

Event - Dawn Parker Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 09:39
DateTuesday 10th March 2015Time12.30pm - 1.30pm (GMT)VenueOnline webinarPresented byJohn Eary and Steve MessengerCPDUp to 1 hour (find out more about CPD)CostAPM members:Employees of APM Corporate Members:Non members:FreeFreeFree#APMagileAgile Working - what it is and why it matters [John Eary]Agile is becoming an overused word. John will offer some answer to the questions: What is an agile organisation? How is agile working different from flexible working? What are the corporate benefits of agile working?In his presentation John will set out a credible vision of the world of work in...

News story - Maya Creasey Tuesday, February 10, 2015 - 13:02
The site visit to MTR-South Island Line was initiated by CIArb and co-organised with APM Hong Kong. There were only 7 places available to APM. The registration period for the event lasted less than a week as the vacancies filled up very quickly. All delegates attended the event and the participation rate was 100% and very satisfactory. The agenda of the site visit :-   9:30 - 10:00 am Presentation of MTR Contract No. 90310:00 - 10:15 am View of Ocean Park station from site roof-top and group photo10:15 - 10:45 am Construction site visit of Ocean Park station10:45...

Event - Dawn Parker Friday, February 6, 2015 - 09:45
DateMonday 23rd MarchTime1.00pm - 2.00pm (GMT)VenueOnline webinarPresented byMaria Nordborg, Director of Customer Relations, ProjectplaceCPDUp to 1 hour (find out more about CPD)CostAPM members:Employees of APM Corporate Members:Non members:FreeFreeFree #APMprojectThe webinar is free of charge and will be held in English.Mia Nordborg is director of customer relations at Projectplace since April 2001. Mia is managing customer support and training services and speaks frequently at different events and webinars about, lean,agile, change management and management techniques.How has the...

News story - Maya Creasey Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 09:49
The first event of APMHK in 2015 was held at Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Causeway Bay on 20th January.  The interesting event entitled “Project Management Governance System at CLP Power’s generation business group” was presented by Mr. Jim Pippin, Director – Operation and Construction at CLP Holding Limited.  It was well attended by over 50 members and guests.CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (formerly known as China Light & Power Company Limited) is an electricity generation, transmission, and distribution company in Hong Kong.  The...

News story - Maya Creasey Thursday, January 22, 2015 - 09:47
The first event of APMHK in 2015 was held at Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Causeway Bay on 20th January.  The interesting event entitled “Project Management Governance System at CLP Power’s generation business group” was presented by Mr. Jim Pippin, Director – Operation and Construction at CLP Holding Limited.  It was well attended by over 50 members and guests.CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (formerly known as China Light & Power Company Limited) is an electricity generation, transmission, and distribution company in Hong Kong.  The...

Event - Dawn Parker Monday, January 12, 2015 - 08:57
DateSaturday 17th January 2015Time9:30am Registration11:00am CloseVenueSIL(E) Contract 903 Site Office (adjacent to Ocean Park), 23 Ocean Park Road, Hong KongCPDUp to 2 hours (find out more about CPD)Cost APM members:Employees of APM Corporate Members:   Non members:HK$50HK$50HK$80                                                   Message on 13/01/15: This event is now fully booked. If you would like to join the waiting list please complete this...

News story - Catherine Bowles Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 13:52
The site visit to XRL-West Kowloon Terminus was initiated and organised by APM HK Branch. This was a popular event which was fully booked, and participation rate was 87% of booked deelgates on the day.  The agenda of the site visit was as follows:9:30 - 10:00amPresentation of the Project by Mr Mark Lomas RPP (Project Manager XRL Terminus Controls)10:00 - 10:10amProject video10:10 - 10:40amXRL Terminus Model room10:40 - 11:10amSite walk from Austin Station to Kowloon Station via footbridge along Jordan Road (see figure below for the proposed site-walk route)The attendees...

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