2021 Congress Speaker Program (As of 22 Nov 2021) [In Alphabetical order]

Speaker Name (Alphabetical Order)TitleOrganisationSession Title
Mr. Peter YAN King-shun, JP
(Guest of Honour)
Chief Executive OfficerHong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited“New Opportunities in Innovation and Technology”
Mr. Randall T. (Randy) BlackImmediate Past Chair,
2021 PMI Board of Directors
Project Management Institute“Powering the Project Economy”
Ms. Carmen CasagrandaChief Information Officer, Emerging MarketsManulife“Future First Focus: Creating Tomorrow Today Digital”
Dr. Toa CharmAssociate Professor of Practice in Management, Business SchoolChinese University of Hong Kong“Digital Transformation : Opportunities and Challenges for Traditional Industries”
Ms. Peggy ChoiFounder and CEOLynk“The Importance of Access to Credible Knowledge in the Age of Digital Transformation”
Ms. Jasmine ChungSenior Manager, Finance PMO (APAC)foodpanda“Grow at Maximum Speed by changing the Mission of the Finance team
Mr. Michael PangManaging DirectorProtiviti Hong Kong Co Limited“Latest Trend on Cybersecurity”
Mrs. Annie SheehanClient Engagement LeadProject Management Institute“Getting the best out of your Project Sponsors”
Ms. Jacqueline SoCo-Founder and Chief ExecutiveMalvern College International (Asia Pacific)“Establish pre-eminent schools that align all stakeholder’s vision”
Ms. Jamie Yeung2020 Tokyo OlympianProfessional Athlete“Behind the scenes of swimming to the Olympics”
Mr. Jerold Chu (Panelist)Music Producer and Session MusicianFreelancePanel Discussion
“Chase the Dream”
Ms. Cheryl To (Panelist)Outstanding ICT Rising Star Award Winner of HKCS (2020)City University of Hong KongPanel Discussion
“Chase the Dream”
Dr. Jacky Ting (Panelist)Head of Innovation and Digital TransformationMidas FMS LimitedPanel Discussion
“Chase the Dream”
Dr. Kelvin Wan (Facilitator)Co-Founder & Global Master Trainer, 
PMI-ATP and Approved Master Trainer 
PEAKS Training & Consulting CompanyPanel Discussion
“Chase the Dream”

Speaker Profiles

Guest of HonourMr. Peter YAN King-shun, JP 
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Job Title, CompanyChief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Cyberport
Speaker ProfileMr. Peter Yan is the Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited. As the CEO of Cyberport, Mr. Yan leads the Hong Kong Government innovation and technology flagship on digital technology to focus on talent cultivation, industry development, and integration of new and traditional enterprises to create new economic drivers for Hong Kong.

Mr. Yan is an industry leader with over 35 years of experience in the information technology industry.  Prior to joining Cyberport, Mr. Yan was the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of SUNeVision Holdings Limited, and has held various senior management positions in large consulting and information technology services companies including Accenture, Tradelink Electronic Commerce Limited, and Computer and Technologies Holdings Limited. 

Mr. Yan has been active in public services especially in areas of talent development and digital technology industry development, serving as member of the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ),  member of the Financial Services Development Council’s Human Capital Committee, Chairman of the advisory committee of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)’s MSc in Information and Technology Management Programme, Director on the Board of Management of the HKU Technology Transfer Company Versitech Limited, as well as sitting on the Council of Hong Kong Metropolitan University (HKMU). 

Mr. Yan is also an advisor for various programmes and projects for City University of Hong Kong (CityU), the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), and the University of Hong Kong (HKU). He is a life-time fellow of the Hong Kong Computer Society, and sits on a variety of committees, boards and councils of prominent organisations in the I&T sector, including the Smart City Consortium Steering Committee, the GS1 Internet of Things Industry Advisory Council and the Institute of Big Data Governance, among others.

Mr. Yan was appointed as Justice of the Peace in 2017 and was conferred the Honoree of the Year by CUHK Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma in 2020. 

Mr. Yan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from CUHK, and received Executive Education from the Harvard Business School.
Session Title“New Opportunities in Innovation and Technology”
Session AbstractThe world is moving towards digitalisation at a blistering pace and Innovation and Technology are the driving forces behind growth in the new normal.

While the 14th Five-Year Plan and the National Strategy of GBA Development have clearly positioned Hong Kong as the International Innovation and Technology Hub of GBA creating immensely favourable development opportunities, there are also numerous challenges ahead.

Hong Kong is well endowed to capitalise on these developments and to overcome the challenges. As the digital technology flagship of Hong Kong, Cyberport is pressing ahead at full steam to elevate Hong Kong’s Technology and Innovation readiness and to fortify our position as Asia’s leading digital technology hub and smart economy.

Keynote Speaker Randall T. (Randy) Black, P. Eng., PMP, C. Dir. Fl. IoD
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Job Title, CompanyImmediate Past Chair, 2021 PMI Board of Directors
Speaker ProfileRandall T. (Randy) Black has spent his 44-year career in many private sector roles and industries in Canada.  He has held positions of Senior Manager, Managing Director, Director, and VP.  He has also held Board Director positions in national and international not-for-profit organizations as a non-executive Director.  

He holds his degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo (B.A. Sc. – Civil, 1977), his Professional Engineering Status (P. Eng. since 1981), his Project Management Professional (PMP™ since 2004) and his Chartered Directorship and Fellow status from the Institute of Directors of the United Kingdom (CDir. and Fl. IoD since 2019).

Mr. Black has, most recently, held Board leadership positions with the Project Management Institute (PMI™).  He has held positions on the Board of the PMI Northern Alberta Chapter (2004 – 2010) including serving as Chapter President from 2007 – 2009.  He has also held Global Leadership positions within PMI from 2012 through 2021.

He currently serves as the only Canadian on the Global Board of Directors of PMI, a position he has held since 2016.  He served as the Chair of the Board in 2019, the 50th Anniversary Year for the Institute.  He will continue his Board service through the end of 2021.

He also currently serves on the Board of Directors as the Vice Chair for the St. Albert Victim’s Services Association and on the St. Albert Seniors Advisory Council in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada.
Session Title“Powering the Project Economy”
Session AbstractYour speaker today is Randy Black of the Board of Directors at the Project Management Institute, the world’s leading professional association for project professionals and changemakers. 
Randy will share his unique insights on The Project Economy – the world’s increasingly disruptive shift toward projectization and new ways of working across all sectors and geographic regions.
Randy will highlight the long-term trends – accelerating in the wake of COVID-19 – that are profoundly transforming the future of work itself, from evolving demographics around the globe to revolutions in how we use technology and energy. These seismic shifts are placing marked pressure on organizations and governments to ensure their relevance and are driving the need to operate with hyper-agile approaches. As a result, professionals around the world also need to upgrade their own capabilities and develop the right mix of technical, business, and “power skills” to effectively lead teams and turn ideas into reality. 
Please join us as Randy shares stories and actionable lessons on how organizations and individuals alike can prepare to succeed in The Project Economy. 

Guest SpeakerMs. Carmen Casagranda
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Job Title, CompanyChief Information Officer, Emerging Markets, Manulife
Speaker ProfileCarmen Casagranda is an executive level leader with an extensive track record of delivering business and technology transformational change across international, regional and national levels. Carmen recently joined Manulife as the CIO for Emerging Markets, South East Asia. Carmen has experience leading teams in Europe, Asia Pacific, the UK and the Middle East, which has provided Carmen with a multitude of different experiences, cultures and transformational environments.

While managing the entire IT organisation, Carmen’s passion is driving digital transformation, innovation, and technology strategy. Carmen has over 16 years’ experience implementing agile and scaled agile programmes leading to significant productivity and delivery improvements across organizations.

As we reach the end of our second year in a pandemic, we’ve all had to adapt to new ways of working, learning, managing and coping with the ambiguity, uncertainty and challenges that every single one of us had has to face. Now more than ever, we need to prioritise, focus and work together to help change the world together. By really understanding the purpose and principles to deliver this change, we can achieve it one step at a time.
Session Title “Future First Focus: Creating Tomorrow Today Digital”
Session AbstractTo be Advised

Guest SpeakerAssociate Professor Toa Charm
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Job Title, CompanyAssociate Professor of Practice in Management, Business School, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Speaker ProfileDr. Toa Charm has over 30 years of experience in the innovation and technology industry. He has served as a senior executive at Cyberport, IBM, Oracle, HSBC and Kingdee. Dr. Charm’s expertise is in big data, artificial intelligence, fintech, e-commerce, start-up acceleration, and digital transformation of enterprises.

Dr. Charm is the former Chief Public Mission Officer (CPMO) at the Hong Kong Cyberport. He established and nurtured a world-leading innovation and technology ecosystem for Cyberport with more than 1,200 start-ups from over 30 countries. 350+ companies in the ecosystem were FinTechs. Dr. Charm is currently the Chairman and Principal Advisor of several Asia’s FinTech, AI, Big Data, eCommerce and ESG start-ups. It includes OpenCertHub, Posify, Raspect, Lively Impact and more.

Dr. Charm has been invited to be advisors and mentors for a number of influential organizations, such as, HKSTP’s LEAP Mentorship Programme, Cyberport’s Entrepreneurship Committee Advisory Group, ASTRI’s Technology Panel, HK Institute of Bankers’ FinTech Panel, FHKI’s Startup Council Executive Committee, Hong Kong CityU’s Hong Kong Tech 300, Hong Kong Consumer Council’s Digital Economy Committee, etc. He has also been invited as the Head Judge of 2021, 2020 and 2019 HK ICT Awards – FinTech Award and the final judges of the world’s most influential start-ups competitions, such as MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 APAC, Alibaba JumpStarter, HSBC x HKET Innovative Business Award, HKSTP Elevator Pitch, TechCrunch, BOCHK Hackathon, Citi Challenge, etc.

Dr. Charm has been teaching DBA, EMBA, MBA and executive programmes with the leading universities and training organizations, including CUHK, HKU, Swiss Business School, HKPC, etc. He has designed and delivered various digital leadership and transformation training programmes to corporates in Asia, such as, HSBC, Hang Seng Bank, ICBC, DBS, UBS, CCB, BOC, Dah Sing Bank, Shanghai Commercial Bank, Chiyu Bank, Convoy, Chow Tai Fook, Bonjour, Wharf, HKSTP, Cyberport, MTR, HK Airport Authority, Baidu, Kingdee and more.

Dr. Charm published his book <數碼力大提升> in 2020 and received the School of Business Distinguished Alumni Award by the City University of Hong Kong in 2019. He earned a Doctor’s degree in Business Administration, a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Dr. Charm also completed management and digital leadership training programmes from Harvard University, MIT, UC – Berkeley and China Europe International Business School.
Session Title“Digital Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges for Traditional Industries”
Session AbstractThe COVID-19 has accelerated the digital transformation at an unprecedented manner. According to a survey issued by McKinsey & Co. in October 2020, the rate of digitization has accelerated by three to four years. To stay competitive, all industries must understand and embrace the new trends to evolve and stay competitive. As a visionary leader in the digital economy, we need to take the drive to transform our business into digital business, our mindset to become digital native, and our people into digital talents. Disruptive innovation is seriously impacting us either now or inevitably soon. In this sharing session, Dr. Charm will share with the participants how we can lead by digital.

Guest Speaker Ms. Peggy Choi
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Job Title, Company Chief Executive Officer, Lynk
Speaker Profile Peggy Choi, is the CEO and founder of Lynk, a global knowledge sharing platform that is disrupting the way business decisions are made. Peggy founded Lynk in 2015 with the mission of making knowledge more accessible. In her previous career in finance, Peggy recognized that companies of all sizes and in all geographies faced similar needs for the right knowledge every day. She was inspired to revolutionize access to knowledge for people and enterprises across all industries and parts of the globe. Seeing the value of insights from the right advisors, executives or experts to inform crucial decisions, Peggy created Lynk.

Lynk powers the new knowledge economy by unlocking the insights, experience, and expertise of experts from around the world to help people and companies make better-informed decisions. Lynk’s customers include Fortune 500 companies, the world’s leading investment houses, global family offices, top professional services firms, governments, and other organizations. Lynk has been a member of the World Economic Forum since 2019, and formed a global alliance with UBS in 2021.
Session Title “The Importance of Access to Credible Knowledge in the Age of Digital Transformation”
Session Abstract Many industries were already in the midst of a digital transformation due to changing consumer behaviors. Artificial Intelligence is disrupting every industry you can think of and project management is no exception to this rule. According to AI Innovators: Cracking the Code on Project Performance report by PMI, 81% of project managers admitted that their organization has already been impacted by AI. 

Due to the pandemic, many companies have switched to hybrid or remote work environments, business leaders have focused on digital-first strategies to improve productivity and efficiency. As digitisation continues to drive innovations and data, there is an increased need to break down knowledge silos and use credible resources to help understand the data and use it to make better business decisions. 
The reality is, every industry relies on credible expertise, and project managers need to be able to quickly access the right knowledge and expert resources at the right time in order to remain competitive in their fields. 

Key takeaways from this session 

● How AI technology can help remove knowledge silos, identify expertise across the company for improved knowledge sharing 

● The Implementation of AI learning to improve data organisation, transforming information into knowledge for improved project management.

Guest SpeakerMs. Jasmine Chung
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Job Title, CompanySenior Manager, Finance PMO (APAC), foodpanda
Speaker Profile Jasmine is the Senior Finance Manager who leads the PMO function of APAC at foodpanda. She leads high-impact strategic projects that involves multiple departments with a goal of resolving complex problems and promoting growth for the APAC region.

She was the Head of Finance of foodpanda Hong Kong who expanded the Finance team from 5 to 30+ people during the hyper growth phase. She oversaw various Finance functions including reporting, FP&A, payroll, procurement, legal, GRC and more. Her team leveraged technology and underwent digital transformation to enhance performance in the Finance function.

Session Title“Grow at Maximum Speed by changing the Mission of the Finance team”
Session AbstractThe pandemics has presented an unprecedented challenge in business survival. The change in consumer habits and new substitutions coming from online and offline scenarios have drastically shifted the competition landscape so fast that no one could have planned for. Companies that are the first to identify and execute on new business opportunities are more likely to survive. Turning threats into opportunities, some even beat competitors or created a new market for themselves.

Finance has traditionally been positioned as a supporting team that mainly takes charge of the financials and audit compliance matters. However, companies with high performance well often have the Finance team involved in strategic planning and decision-making processes. A Finance team with full potential realized can identify business opportunities, execute new initiatives fast and maximize growth by taking calculated risks. The presentation will discuss about how to incorporate the Finance team into your winning strategy for business expansion.

Guest SpeakerMr. Michael Pang
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Job Title, CompanyManaging Director
Technology Consulting and Digital Transformation Practices Lead
Speaker ProfileMichael is a Managing Director of Protiviti Hong Kong. He is the practice leader of the Hong
Kong Technology Consulting and Digital Transformation. He is also leading the Security &
Practice solution for Asia Pacific.

He has vast experience in advising top management of leading corporations across Asia Pacific regions on strategic and technology-related issues, including IT risk, cybersecurity, privacy and data protection, digital transformation, and information technology strategy.

Before joining Protiviti, Michael has taken key consulting roles at Boston Consulting Group, A.T. Kearney and Kodak Services for Business.
Session Title“Latest Trend on Cybersecurity”
Session AbstractLatest Trend on Cybersecurity

– COVID-19 and remote working
– Increase in phishing and ransomware attack
– New and “unknown” technologies risks
– Obsoleted network architecture
– Protect to response to recover to damage limitation

Guest SpeakerMrs. Annie Sheehan
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Job Title, CompanyClient Engagement Lead, PMI
Executive Coach
Speaker ProfileBorn in the UK, Annie Sheehan has over 25 years’ international experience in projects, change and transformation with over 20 years’ experience in Executive Coaching.  Since 2011, she has specialised in helping executives deliver against their strategy and building capability in delivery teams.  She works with numerous international clients and is a member of the Silicon Valley Alliances.
Annie is a past President of PMI Melbourne Chapter and a former PMI Region Mentor, advising board directors across Australia and New Zealand.  

She is the author of two practical project management books to help leaders get unstuck and deliver their projects.

“Ideas to Impact – Insights from 16 Silicon Valley Consultants” – Amazon #1 bestseller, co-author, published January 2020
“The Courageous Sponsor – How to overcome challenges to get your project done” – published June 2020
Session Title“Getting the best out of your Project Sponsors”
Session Abstract The Project Sponsor is the primary accountable business leader – the face of the project and its champion.  Our project challenge? There aren’t enough skilled sponsors in the world. 
Learn the fundamental skills and expected behaviours of an effective Project Sponsor, the positive impact this can have on the team and the overall project outcomes.

Understand some communication and influencing techniques to work with your sponsor, whatever their leadership style, to get the best possible working relationship and project outcomes.
Based on over 20 years of research and personal experience working with sponsors in waterfall and Agile environments, across industries.

Guest SpeakerMs. Jacqueline So
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Job Title, CompanyCo-founder and Chief Executive , Malvern College International
Speaker ProfileJacqueline So established a partnership with Malvern College UK in 2011 and has since co-founded Malvern College Qingdao in 2012, Malvern College Chengdu in 2015, Malvern College pre-schools Hong Kong in 2017 and 2019, as well as Malvern College Hong Kong in 2018, collectively over 2,500 pupils from preschool to senior high school age.

She served as the Executive Principal of Malvern College Qingdao, overseeing all aspects of the school’s operations and managing its public relations and communication. Ms. So set up a similar school, Malvern College Chengdu, in 2015, deliver internationalised education to Western China. Both Malvern Colleagues’ graduates have been admitted to world-renowned universities such as Cambridge, MIT, Imperial College, UCLA, and King’s College London.

Malvern College Pre-Schools Hong Kong have a strong focus on educationally harnessed play-based learning and pioneered forest-beach school in Hong Kong to promote love of nature and independence for the young pupils.

Ms. So led the team to enter a competitive school allocation exercise in 2014 to win the school site next to Science Park for Malvern College Hong Kong, enabling the introduction of British style International Baccalaureate school in Hong Kong. The state-of-art campus has won numerous accolades including the Quality Building Award in 2020.

Prior to her current role, Ms. So was the Vice President of Strategy and Development of Laureate Education. She was also a Senior Consultant at McKinsey & Company both in Greater China and the US. Ms. So received a BBA in Accounting from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Session Title“Establish pre-eminent schools that align all stakeholders’ vision”
Session AbstractEvery school involves a large number of stakeholders, from founders, regulators, pupils, staff, parents, vendors and service providers. Jacqueline would like to share her experience of bringing Malvern College from the UK to Hong Kong and Mainland China, aligning various stakeholders’ vision and support to establish “great schools” that all parties are proud of.

Guest Speaker (Panelist)Mr. Jerold Chu
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Job Title, CompanyFreelance Music Producer and Session Musician
Speaker ProfileSince graduating from the University of Bristol in 2018, London-based Hong Kong-bred Jerold Chu has been working as a keyboardist, producer and composer travelling between the two cities. Heavily influenced by the work of producers like Quincy Jones, Jon Bellion and Jack Stratton, his adaptability, energy and love for different styles has allowed him to immerse himself in a variety of artistic projects all around the world. 
He has worked with artists like Alex Larrson, Hugo Mari, Moon Tang and Jodie Chan, assisting in music production as well as performing as a keyboard player or music director for their shows. In addition, he has been invited to perform his own original music at Hong Kong City Hall as well as Freespace Jazz Fest in West Kowloon Cultural District. As a composer, he has written for short films like “Wheeled Wings” and the recent nature documentary “For the Stripes”. He also acted as musical director for the theatre shows “Misfits” and “Confessions of an Ex-Drag Queen”. 
Session Title“Chase the Dream”
Session AbstractThis session will be conducted as a Panel Session and is titled “Chase the Dream”. It will showcase the dreams, the journey, challenges and achievements of three young and successful high-achievers.

Guest Speaker (Panelist) Dr. Jacky Ting
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Job Title, CompanyHead of Innovation and Digital Transformation, Midas FMS Limited
Speaker ProfileDr Jacky Ting is the Head of Innovation and Digital Transformation at Milton Exhibits Group (a leading Asia-based event service company that provides creative and digital services for exhibition and event management). Prior to joining Milton, he worked at Cognizant Technology Solutions (HK) Limited (a leading American multinational corporation that provides digital, technology, consulting, and operations services, which is listed in the NASDAQ-100 and the S&P 500 indices: it ranked 195 at Fortune 500) with the position of Head of Digital Business and Digital Services Lead of Greater China Region (GCN) and at PCCW Solutions Limited with the position of Practice Leader in Digital Solutions.

In 2011, he was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree with the research topic “Medical Informatics via Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Mining” from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). Since March 2013, he has been appointed as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, PolyU, responsible for advising the department in areas of digital services, engineering management, logistics engineering and project management. In 2017, he was awarded as ISE Distinguished Alumni and an Associate Fellow at The Professional Validation Centre of Hong Kong Business Sector (PVCBS).

Currently, Dr Ting serves as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and General Manager of Midas FMS Limited (a member of Milton Group) for Milton Group, responsible for proactively identifying and recommending strategies for growth, providing leadership to the designated team, playing an advisory role to customers, and providing thought-leadership and guidance in the digital solutions and customer journey area. In term of professional qualification, he has over 15 years of digital transformation and business management experience with key emphasis on transformation strategy, digital system design and development (especially Human Science/ Design Thinking, Interactive Solutions, AI, Analytics and IoT technologies), Agile System Development, Project Management and Vendor Management.

With his valuable experiences, he was selected as the Thought Leadership at the market to share his view on digital transformation strategies and experiences from 2013 onwards. His biographical profile has been selected for inclusion in the IoT Heroes Program 2016 and Marquis Who’s Who in the World® 2015, respectively; in 2012, he received the award of Outstanding Youth ICT Achiever in the Outstanding ICT Achiever Awards 2012.
Session Title “Chase the Dream”
Session Abstract This session will be conducted as a Panel Session and is titled “Chase the Dream”. It will showcase the dreams, the journey, challenges and achievements of three young and successful high-achievers.

Guest Speaker (Panelist) Ms. Cheryl To
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Job Title, CompanyOutstanding ICT Rising Star Award Winner of HKCS (2020), Final Student, Bachelor of Computer Science
Speaker ProfileOutstanding ICT Rising Star Award Winner of HKCS (2020), Final Student, Bachelor of Computer Science
Session Title“Chase the Dream”
Session Abstract This session will be conducted as a Panel Session and is titled “Chase the Dream”. It will showcase the dreams, the journey, challenges and achievements of three young and successful high-achievers.

Guest Speaker (Facilitator)Dr. Kelvin Wan
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Job Title, CompanyCo-Founder , PEAKS Training & Consulting Company
EMBA Adjunct Professor, City University of Hong Kong
PMI Authorised Training Partner (PMI-ATP) and Approved Master Trainer , PMI
Speaker ProfileDr. Wan is a “3H” High-touch, High-energy & Highly-engaged (leveraging Tech) Live Trainer and Corporate Coach.

Kelvin is a professional trainer and coach. He has been providing live training and coaching to 8,000+ executives in last 20 years coming from US, UK, Middle East, Asia Pacific regions and GBA on soft skills, methodologies and company strategies. Most of them possessed 15+ years of experience in project environment.

Recently in 2020 during pandemic period, Dr. Wan organized a ground-breaking large-scale training over Zoom virtual platform. More than 3500 working professionals attended with more than 3000 CEU (Continuous Education Unit) issued. It breaks the myth that soft-skill training could only be delivered in physical room by adopting high-touch technologies e.g. virtual break-out room, virtual white-board, virtual collaboration tools … etc. He is nominated to the Government’s Pandemic Innovation Award.

He is also a practitioning-scholar. His recent research paper about Soft Competence for executives has been accepted、 by a renowned US forum and published on major search engines.

Kelvin is an experienced project professional. He has been the Head of PMO in HSBC to rollout a multi-million USD learning project to 78 countries. In his current role, his main responsibilities are overseeing the project professionals upskilling, talent management, capability assessment and curriculum development for the company.
Session Title“Chase the Dream”
Session AbstractThis session will be conducted as a Panel Session and is titled “Chase the Dream”. It will showcase the dreams, the journey, challenges and achievements of three young and successful high-achievers.

Guest SpeakerMs. Jamie Yeung
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Job Title, Company2020 Tokyo Olympian & Professional Athlete
Speaker Profile2020 Tokyo Olympian & Professional Athlete
Business Consultant, Ernst & Young

Master of Management graduate from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Session Title“Behind the scenes of swimming to the Olympics”
Session AbstractThis is a story on my journey from breaking my first Hong Kong record in 2015, to hitting an all time low, to a massive break-through in 2018 that led me on the most self-doubting, grueling and almost disappointing but worthwhile experience – making the Olympics.