CSR Project Management Based on ISO 21500: PM Standard
Defining success through Project Management based on ISO 21500: Project Management Standard.
|19 - 20 April 2021
|6 - 7 September 2021||Jakarta|
Duration: 2 (two) days || 9 AM - 4 PMWe are available in 2 (two) methods of training:
1. Offline: MM-Sustainability Trisakti Campus
(Menara Batavia 2nd Floor, Jl. K.H. Mas Mansyur No.Kav. 126, Karet Tengsin, Kecamatan Tanah Abang, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10220) (GMaps).
2. Online: Using conference zoom call application.
Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to carry out a project in accordance with specified requirements. Project Management is carried out through a series of phases: starting, planning, implementing, controlling and closing. Project Management itself consists of 2 main components, namely: art (80%) and science (20%).
Project Manager is someone who is usually chosen to lead a project. A Project Manager has the responsibility to do something he has never done before for parties who sometimes do not know what they really want, so sometimes he (Project Manager) has the task of predicting something unknown, making plans that are not visible and implementing the plan has limited and sometimes uncontrollable resources and a Project Manager really has full responsibility for the results, so the need for miracles will support success.
In CSR, Project Management demands in reading and understanding social, economic, and community conditions into its own challenges that are different from other branches of science. CSR studies that place the context as the main basis of the study, making duplication / replication of a project in a certain area may not necessarily be done in other areas. Certain skills (strategies) are needed to read the existing conditions and make the project sustainable.
(Will be delivered in Bahasa Indonesia)
1. What is Project Management?
2. How to understand a project scope and limitation?
3. What is Iron Triangle?
4. What is Project Context?
5. How to monitoring CSR Implementation?
6. How to evaluate CSR Program Implementation?
7. How to handover a CSR Program?
1. Understanding Project Management in CSR Context
2. Understanding Project Management Scope and Limitation
1. CSR practitioners
2. Lecturers who are conducting Community Service activities
3. General Managers
4. Community Relations Managers
5. Community Development Managers
6. Public Relations Managers
7. Other practitioners who are interested in effectiveness of monitoring community projects or any other project
Maria Nindita Radyati Ph. D, Dip, Cons., Dip. PM
Maria has over 20 years research and consulting experience in projects with the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Higher Education Sectors. She has established two Master degree programs specialising in CSR and Social Entrepreneurship. Maria completed her PhD from University of Technology Sydney and is currently undertaking International Certification as a Management Consultant.
Tony Simmonds, MBA, CPPD, CPRM, CMC
Tony has over 39 years active participation in managing projects, programs and portfolios in several countries including Indonesia, Australia and the Middle East. He currently manages several projects and a number of companies that provide consulting and training services in project and risk management. He holds Australian certifications as a Project Director, Risk Manager and Management Consultant.
Two (2) day workshop: IDR 5.800.000 (Jakarta)
5% early bird sponsorship if the full payment is made 1 weeks before the workshop day.
Packages for organisations' group: (the early bird promo is not valid)
• IDR 16.400.000 for 3 participants
• IDR 25.300.000 for 5 participants
• IDR 55.200.000 for 10+ participants
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