Home  |  About Us   |   Be Our Speaker  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Connect With Us
Executive Education
Clariden Leadership Institute
Masters in International Project Management [MIPM] (SG)
Matthew Harrison
Leading Authority in Project Management with more than 18 years of professional experience
Matthew Harrison, Leading Authority in Project Management with more than 18 years of professional experience

 

 

Matthew Harrison is a highly experienced Project Management professional who comes with over 15 years of industry experience, having taken on large scale and transformational projects with well known organizations such as Messier – Dowty Aerospace, BAE Systems, Aerospace and Defence, Royal and Sun Alliance and Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance.

Trained in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Matt hew has led a large number of major projects to successful completion. In addition, Matt hew is the lead author on some of International Academy of Business and Financial Management (IABFM) and International Association of Project Managers (IAPM)’s key supply chain programs and has been instrumental in modifying and updating project management programs, drawing on his extensive knowledge as a project management practitioner.

 

Matthew is among the most popular IABFM trainers, known for his unique inclusive approach to the programs he facilitates

Certified by International Academy of Project Management (IAPM)

Program Summary

This comprehensive program is the world’s premier graduate master’s certification for project managers and is designed to advance your Project Management competencies to a new level, where you will be highly proficient and adept at running multinational, multimillion dollar projects. MIPM will equip you with strategic perspective in terms of managing projects skillfully, develop a bird’s eye view and cope with changes in environment.

 

Designed for experienced project management professionals, you will be able to leverage tools used in regional project management and strategic planning to ensure complete alignment between your project, performance and organizational direction. You will gain all aspects of international project management, from stakeholder engagement, project finance, cost control to capital budgeting. You will also discover expertise in how to organize, estimate, and schedule projects efficiently by managing deliverables, changes, risks and communications within the principles of successful project management.

 

Throughout this highly interactive, three-day program, you will enhance your project management capability by learning to utilize continuous improvement in your projects with LEAN to achieve the desired results. You will also uncover tips of managing international teams, global talent and project organizational design to ensure accountability and ownership with your team  members.

 

At the end of this program, you will earn the certification as Master International Project Manager (MIPM™) – a worldwide recognized credential which can be reflected on your CV and business cards.



Programs, dates and locations are subject to change. In accordance with Clariden Global policy, we do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national or disability in admission to our programs.

Introduction

Project Management is growing exponentially. As the business world grows more competitive, organizations find it necessary to take on an increasing number of projects. With projects becoming more and more complex, the demand on the knowledge, skills and expertise of the project manager has increased correspondingly. Effective project management is how organizations streamline in order to improve productivity. As businesses are restructuring, project managers take over many responsibilities. Expertise in project management is therefore a source of security, prosperity and power.

 

Throughout this highly interactive, three-day program, you will enhance your project management capability by learning to utilize continuous improvement in your projects with LEAN to achieve the desired results. You will also uncover tips of managing international teams, global talent and project organizational design to ensure accountability and ownership with your team  members. You will be exposed to international human resource management where you will be taught to understand the different approaches being used in the organization. You will also learn on capital budgeting and cost controlling in order for you to maximize profits through project delivery in your organization.

 

At the end of this program, you will earn the certification as Master International Project Manager (MIPM™) – a worldwide recognized credential which can be reflected on your CV and business cards.. MIPM is certified by the International Academy of Project Management (IAPM), which is recognized in over 145 countries with over 200,000 members. 

What You Can Expect

·         Describe strategic alignment and success proven tools for effective strategic planning

·         Apply organizational theory to the international work place to strategically achieve common goal and purpose

·         Recognize key activities and outcomes involved in recruiting and managing a project team

·         Predict potential cultural issues in international workplace environment

·         Demonstrate how to apply the principles of team performance management

·         Master the process of financial control for projects to avoid losses and gain profit

Who Will Benefit Most

This highly practical qualification has been specifically designed for

 

·            Project Directors / Project Managers / Project Leaders

·            Program Manager

·            PMO Managers and Directors

·            Training and Development Manager

·            Operations Director

·            Executive Directors

·            Research and Development Officers

·            Team Leaders

·            Senior Analysts

·            Management Consultants and Other Contractors

Program Outline

Day One | 29 May 2017

 

Corporate Social Responsibility

·            Social Obligations

·            Arguments for and Against

·            Strategies

Business Ethics

·            Personal Values

·            Principles

·            Encouraging Ethical Conduct

Changing Environment of Management

·            The Social Environment

·            Inequalities in the Workplace

·            Managing Diversity

Globalization

·            What is it

·            The Challenge of Globalisation

·            National Differences Matter

Outsourcing

·            Why Outsource

·            Pros and Cons of Outsourcing

·            Why Outsourcing Fails

Change Management

·            Why Employees Resist Change

·            Overcoming Resistance to Change

·            Leadership and Management

Cause and Effect Analysis

·            Ishikawa

·            5 Why’s

·            Brainstorming

 

 

 

Day Two | 30 May 2017

 

Strategy and Continuous Improvement

·            What is Strategy

·            Strategic Planning

·            Factors Affecting Corporate Strategy

Strategic Analysis Tools

·            Balanced Score Card

·            Stakeholder Analysis

·            Risk Analysis

Implementing Strategy

·            Five Components

·            Three C’s of Strategy Implementation

·            Why Strategies Fail

Continuous Improvement

·            LEAN Process

·            Benchmarking

·            Process Inputs and Outputs

Managing Project Finance

·            Planning

·            Budgeting

·            Accounting

Financial Reporting

·            Accounting Standards

·            Three Key Financial Reports

Financials Controls

·            Budgeting Process

·            Budgeting Process Problems

Cost Estimates

·            Producing Good Estimates

·            Estimating Issues

Earned Value Performance Management

·            Performance Management

·            Earned Value

·            Cost Control

Capital Budgeting

·            Steps in Capital Budgeting

·            NPV / IRR

·            Payback Period

Organizational Theory

·            Characteristics of Organizations

·            Responses to Uncertainty

·            The ‘Open System’ Model

Effective Organizational Design

·            Five Key Components

·            Principles of Effective Structure

·            Organizational Effectiveness

Organizational Structure

·            Determents of Organizational Structure

·            Strategy and Structure

·            Boundary-less / Unstructured

 

 

Day Three | 31 May 2017

 

Organisations and Culture

·            Characteristics

·            Symptoms of a Weak Organizational Structure

·            Politics

Doing Business with Diverse Cultures

·            Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

Business Case Development

·            What is a Business Case

·            Reason to Create a Business Case

·            Structure of a Business Case

International Human Resource Management

·            HRM in Global Organizations

·            Types of Staff

·            Using Expatriates

Recruiting and Selecting International Staff

·            Global Talent Management

·            International Assignments

·            Why do Expatriates Fail

Managing International Teams

·            Self-Leadership

·            The Johari Window

Project HR Management Overview

·            Strategic Human Resource Management

Human Resource Policies

·            Policies and Procedures

·            Implementation and Management

Situational Leadership

·            SL Theory

Conflict Management

·            What is Conflict

·            Conflict Escalation

·            Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Style Model

 

EXAMINATION 

 

     ·           Open book test with duration of 2 hours

     ·           Mixture of Multiple Choice Questions and Subjective Questions

 

CFOs Leadership :
Experience Clariden
Discover how our leadership program has shaped the perspectives of CFOs across Asia
 
Venue: Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Date: 29 - 31 May 2017
Faculty: Matthew Harrison
Early Bird 1: S$3,395 (by 3 April 2017)
Early Bird 2: S$3,595 (by 1 May 2017)
Regular Fee: S$3,695
Group Discount: 2nd participant get 10%, or register 3 participants and 4th participant get a complimentary seat
(1 discount scheme applies)
Note: GST is applicable to participants from Singapore registered companies.
Contact: pravind@claridenglobal.org
 
 
More Programs
Identifying Strategic Acquisitions and Structuring Successful M&A Deals (Singapore)
- Thomas Kessler
M&A Financial Modeling (Singapore)
- Thomas Kessler
Reinventing Organizational Design and Structure: Optimizing Strategy, People, Processes, Accountabilities and Functions (Zurich)
- Paul Gustavson
Implementing and Managing Preventive and Predictive Maintenance (Melbourne)
- Peter Ormond
HR Analytics, Metrics and Measurement (Zurich)
- Jon Ingham
View All Programs >
 
 
   
Home | About Us | Be Our Speaker | Press Release | Terms & Conditions | Connect With Us
Copyright © 2011 Clariden Global, all rights reserved.