Managing Multiple Projects
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Date: 2019-04-13
Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: TBC
PDU: 7
Speaker: Mr. Alex Sin
PMI-HK Member: HKD 1,800
Non-PMI-HK Member: HKD 2,100
Status: Available
For Registration, please contact the secretary at info@pmi.org.hk, thank you.


Project Manager always struggle around time, resources and scope for a project. It's even more stressful when a Program Manager manages multiple projects in a Project Management Office environment. However, a good company must have multiple projects running while a smart project manager always manage more than a project on hand. How nice if we can prioritize those project items and leverage resources among projects?
A successful project becomes a model which can light up subsequent projects as well. With positive thinking, running multiple projects can make the organization more successful because: a) resources can be used across teams; b) lessons learnt can be applied in other projects and c) the self-developed general practices becomes an important asset to the whole company.
The class will be in alignment to the PMBOK Sixth Edition, and covers:
  • Multiple projects vs. company strategies
  • Nature of multiple projects environment
  • Team structure and PMO
  • Risk management
  • Control and monitoring
  • Effective measures
‚ÄčTarget audiences
  • project manager, program manager, PMP
  • Project stakeholders who need to collaborate with project team
  • Non-PMP plan to pass PMP exam

Instructor’s Profile - Mr. Alex Sin, PMP®, PMI-ACP®

Alex Sin is an independent consultant with more than 24 years of IT experience with expertise in Consulting, Project Management and Training. While at Hewlett-Packard HK SAR Limited in the previous 10 years, Alex Sin was the Learning and Development Manager and a certified instructor in a number of training including Negotiation, Consulting and Management Development. Alex is certified as a ITIL/ITSM Manager, well equipped with Methodology to deliver IT Consulting. He is also a practitioner of PDI, MBTI and DISC well-known consulting tools.

Alex enriched his Project Management experience from large scaled projects like Libraries, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department and Companies Registry. Alex shifted his role to business manager in 1995 and was dual-hatted as the Outsourcing Manager in charge of Home PC Call Centre. Since Y2K, he dedicated himself to Learning and Development and developed a number of professionals in the Greater China.

Alex is the current Vice President Young PM Development at Project Management Institute Hong Kong Chapter. Alex graduated from The University of Toronto with major in Computer Sciences and Mathematics.