2018 Congress Speakers
The 2018 PMI HK Asia Pacific Project Management Congress will feature speakers from a diverse range of industries including Information Technology, Financial Services, Construction & Engineering, Government, Education and more..
The theme for the 2018 Congress is “Embrace Diversity, Empower People”
From Environmental to Political, Local to Global, Individual to Enterprise, tackling the many challenges and finding sustainable solutions facing us in the world today requires close engagement & collaboration, an appreciation of diversity and empowerment of its people to decide and control one’s destiny.
In exploring the 2018 Congress theme “Embrace Diversity, Empower People” , the critical importance and interplay of Business & Strategic, Leadership and Project Management skills will be also articulated and be complemented & supported with sharings of lessons learned, practical experiences and valuable insight.
Join us on an exciting journey of discovery, professional development and memorable Congress experiences. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear, learn and share with Business Leaders and Project Management Professionals and certified Project Managers will earn seven (7) Professional Development Units (PDUs) towards maintaining their PMI certification.
Details of 2018 Congress Speakers will be released shortly.
2017 Congress Speakers
Ms. Wendy Wang
Regional Chief Information Officer , Asia Pacific
Chief Information Officer , Commercial Banking, HSBC
[Guest of Honour]
Mr. Mark Dickson
Chair, 2017 PMI Board of Directors
Mark Dickson has more than 30 years of experience in managing and leading multi-disciplinary teams and has been a Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential holder since 1998.
Mr. Dickson’s global experience covers a broad range of endeavors, including project and program management, business management, and advisory services for government and commercial clients. He has worked in the defense, infrastructure, transport, building, information systems, urban development, and resource industries; planning and delivering projects and programs in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and Australia. Mr. Dickson has led teams delivering relatively small projects through to multi-billion dollar programs.
As a volunteer with PMI, he completed a six-year term on the PMI Certification Governance Council, the body overseeing PMI certifications and credentials, including two terms as Chair. Since joining the PMI Board of Directors, he has served on the Board Audit and Performance Oversight Committee (APOC) and as Vice Chair. In 2017, he became the new Chair of the PMI Board.
Mr. Dickson is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Australia. He holds a degree in engineering and is a past Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia. Mr. Dickson also has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mr. Tony Khan
General Manager, Central Asia Hub, DHL
Tony Khan is a global leader with over 28 years’ experience of leading operations , management and commercial in supply chain logistics in Japan, China and Hong Kong.
Proven track record of developing people, service quality improvements , transforming businesses and managing complex networks . Strong communicator, influencer and negotiator demonstrated successful execution in program management building and leading large-scale, and multi-disciplinary teams managing change management, efficiency and productivity improvement programs.
Professor Guo Hong
Research Fellow, Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences
Guo Hong, a research fellow of Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, a member of the Advisory Committee for Policy Decision of Sichuan Provincial Party Committee and Provincial Government, the Director of Development Advisory Committee of Chengdu Social Organization Academy, the Lead Researcher of Sichuan Shangming Social Development Research Center, the President of Chengdu Cloud for Public Good Development Association, a Director General of Chengdu CCFA Public Good Development Center, for nearly 20 years devoted to social development action research, urban and rural community research, and promoting civic education.
Ms. Maisy Ma
World-Class Figure Skater, Hong Kong
Maisy Ma is the first Hong Kong female figure skater to medal at an international event. She is a 7x Hong Kong Championships Winner, Reykjavik International Games Silver medalist, 9x Asian Challenge Champion, International Junior Grand Prix 6th place, World Junior Top 15 finalist.
She is trilingual (English/Mandarin/Cantonese) since she was born in Hong Kong and raised in America and Beijing. Currently a first-year college student as well as full-time athlete, she had been both a professional athlete as well as full-time student all these years. She has traveled to more than 20 countries & 50 different cities for figure skating, earning her various experience at a young age.
As a well-known athlete in Hong Kong and especially throughout social media, Maisy’s skating experience has gained many audiences over the years, leading many Hong Kong citizens into knowing more about the sport of figure skating, as it is not a popular sport in Hong Kong.
Dr. Wang Xiaoguang
Director of Beijing Rongzhi Corporate Social Responsibility Institute
Doctor of management, researcher, graduated from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Institute of Industrial Economics. Mainly undertakes in corporate social responsibility management, corporate strategy and organization research, and put forward the theory of sustainable competitiveness of enterprises.
Dr. WANG has hosted or participated in the United Nations Development Program, the International Labor Organization, the United Nations Global Compact, Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Industry, the State Council SASAC, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and other research projects; Dr. WANG has involving more than 130 social responsibility consulting projects with domestic and foreign enterprises which including more than 20 central enterprises and more than 10 large financial institutions such as the State Grid, China Southern Power Grid, China Minmetals, Guotai Group, China Aviation Industry, the Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, The State Development Bank, and so on. Presided over the 2012 State Council SASAC Central Committee of corporate social responsibility training project, published many articles, edited and published “Blue Book Of Social Responsibility Management”(Social Responsibility Capability Maturity, Corporate Public Transparency), “responsible procurement”, “corporate social responsibility theory and practice” and many other works.
Mr. Andrew Macpherson
Executive Director, Asia Regional Leader, Project & Programme Management, Arcadis
Andrew has successfully delivered projects in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Macau, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, India and the Middle East. He deploys a range of techniques including workshops, partnering, mind mapping, risk & opportunity management and team building techniques to identify performance improvement in projects, define mutual
objectives and align teams for better results.
Mr. Andy Massey
Director of Innovation, Lane Crawford
Andy has 20 years background in designing and building successful online experiences. Thorough and detailed hands-on knowledge of complete digital project lifecycle – from briefing, through research and consultancy, design and specification, to technical delivery and post launch marketing and analysis.
Passionate believer in considered, holistic and strategic processes to achieve business objectives through the combined application of the best user experiences and technology.
Currently most excited about the rapidly changing retail industry, particularly luxury fashion and omni-channel, and the possibilities this presents for defining the ‘new normal’ of always-available customer touch points.
Mr. Fletcher Ng
Vice President, IT Committee & Board of Directors
Invotech Hong Kong Limited
Fletcher Ng understands what it takes to manage people and projects in a globally changing dynamic and often complex environment. As an IT Head and accomplished Project Manager for over 20 years, Fletcher has led many interesting technology teams and projects across 30 cities and in 4 continents, helping some of the leading
MNCs to navigate change and business transformation. Fletcher is a strong advocate of change and believes that life is a never ending learning process and to truly solve life’s problems, we need to constantly change mindsets and look at challenges through different perspectives. Over the past year, Fletcher has been devoting his time and energy into nurturing and mentoring the next generation of IT and business leaders and in doing so striving for a culture for making a difference to this world.