Innovative Project Management

Innovative Project Management
Completing Project on Time, Within Budget and Deliver in Full (Part I)


The new Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) is the technology that has the power to improve dramatically the performance of project of all type in companies of all size.

Thousands of organizations have implemented CCPM successfully and in particular the Japanese Government announcement in 2007 via the launch of the “Win-Win-Win Public Work Reform” that CCPM should be used on all Government’s constructions projects henceforth (approx. 20,000 projects per year):

“We strongly remind ourselves of the very important responsibility of public works to secure people’s safety and national land safety. To bring out maximum benefit for society, both government officials and contractors work together on public works by providing better products with faster speed. This brings benefits to all of residence, government and contractors and support to overcome financial difficulty of Japan Government. We declare herewith we strongly advance Win-Win-Win Public Work Reform.”

The successful experiences from leading organizations throughout the world have demonstrated that CCPM is the most cost savings and profit-generating device for the project’s organization.


Facilitated by certified CCPM expert, the workshop covers the concept, methodology, case examples. The new techniques will be illustrated by computer simulation. The workshop covers CCPM scheduling, tracking and project management by the CCPM software, LYNX. The aim to help participating organizations apply this new technique immediately for rapid results.

Who should Attend?

  • Executives for whom project management is part of their duties.
  • Project directors/managers, resources manager, task managers.
  • Engineers of infrastructure, civil and building engineering.
  • Professionals for product development, software development, supply chain and services projects, engineering-to-order, major assembly production, maintenance, repair and overall.

Course Content:

  1. Current issues of project management
  2. Solution to overcome current issues
  3. Comparison of Current and New Methods
  4. CCPM Scheduling for Single Projects
  5. Exercise
  6. Computer Simulation
  7. Project Tracking and Monitoring
  8. 9-steps of CCPM implementation
  9. Introduction to LYNX Project management Software
  10. Major features of the LYNX Software
  11. Case Examples
    1. Construction of High-speed Railway Station
    2. An ERP Implementation project
    3. A set of huge city-wide construction and renovation projects for European Football games

Expected Results:

  • Grasp the breakthrough approach and be able to implement it to complete a trial project.
  • Apply the new approach using CCPM software LYNX for rapid and dramatic results
  • Successful implementation showed result in the establishment of more and more high-performance organization.


  • HK$2,290 (Complimentary Lunch included)
    (15% off for two or more from the same company)

Language: Mainly Cantonese with English Materials
Venue: Unit 1627, 16/F, Star House, No. 3 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
1-Day Course
Time Slot 1: 11 Sep 2020 (Fri), 9:30am – 5:00pm; Course Code: CCPM-20SEP11F
CPD Credit: 7 credits

Course pamphlet can be downloaded here

Course Facilitators:

Ir. Dr. YK Chan, Postdoc, EngD, DMgt, RE, FHKIE, RLS, RSSMBB, Certified CCPM Practitioner

Doctor of Engineering (Warwick),
Doctor of Management (IMC/SCU),
MSc in Management Science (Cranfield)
Industrial Fellow of Warwick University
Visiting Professor of Beijing Normal University

Dr. Chan leads a HK company associated with a global consultant firm, Sigma Breakthrough Technologies International (HK) Ltd. (SBTI-HK). The company serves the clients with solutions for rapid and substantial results. He is the one of founders of the Belt and Road Research Centre which offers scholarship for Belt and Road research with the University of Oxford.

Mr. Anthony KC Chan, MEM, MPA, RSSMBB, FHKQMA, LYNX Implementation Expert

Anthony has over 20 years in toy industry, operation and supply chain management. He has solid experience in project management (cost and timeliness) and vendor control. He is also a Registered Six Sigma Master Black Belt, RSSMBB in SSI and has been conducting Green Belt, Black Belt and Lean training since 2015.


Effective Application Workshop of International Quality Standard ISO50001:2018 (7 Feb 2020)

Effective Application Workshop of International Quality Standard ISO50001:2018

On successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

  • Comprehensively understand the background of ISO and its organization and function.
  • Understand the purposes, benefits and structure of Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Understand the general requirement of the documentation needed for the management system.
  • Understand the implementation in general of the QMS management system standards, applications in different fields of business.
  • Improvement of management skill.

Who should attend?

  • First and second level team leaders and managers.
  • Quality saving and process improvement professionals.
  • Those interested in becoming ISO professionals.

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Application of Measurement System Analysis

Application of Measurement System Analysis (MSA)


Process variation affects how resulting products and services appear to customers. However, the appearance does not include only the variability in the entity, but also some variation from the way the entity is measured.

Measurement System Analysis refers to a range of techniques that can help to identify the sources of error in our data. A measurement system is not just a device such as a ruler or timer, but it includes the people, standards and procedures that surround the measurement process itself. It is crucial to analyze Measurement Systems before embarking on any Process Improvement activities.

What is the target?

  • To know about the importance of Measurement System Analysis
  • To know how Measurement System Analysis can be performed
  • To know how Measurement System Analysis can be calculated

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Basic Knowledge Management

Basic Knowledge Management


This workshop highlights the basic understanding of Knowledge Management (KM) and the strategies and implementation framework of managing critical knowledge for better performance.

Who should attend?
Supervisors, Middle to Top managers who would like to understand the KM and how to implement KM in his/her organization or team to improve performance.

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Personal Knowledge Management (11 Feb 2020)

Personal Knowledge Management


Knowledge is Power. How an individual obtains the personal knowledge that can give him competency and achieving excellent performance in the current workplace? Personal knowledge management (PKM) is a collection of processes that a person uses to identify, classify, capture, store, search, retrieve and share critical knowledge in workplace. It is a bottom-up approach to knowledge management (KM).


This workshop enables the participant:

  • Understanding what is personal knowledge?
  • How to identify your critical knowledge?
  • How to use tools suggested for PKM?
  • How to turn concepts into tangible issues?

Target Audience

  • Middle Managers
  • Newly promoted supervisor/officers
  • Anyone who would like to equip themselves with up-and-coming techniques, knowledge and increase their “power” meeting the coming challenges in workplace.

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