Evening Talks (Complementary)

Managing High Complexity and High Risk (HCHR) Projects

2 PDUs (PMI)

By Mr. CK Ng

Online Live (Zoom)
29 Jun 2022 (Wednesday), 7.30pm - 9.30pm


In our fast-changing world today, the complexities of your projects are increasing.  Your projects may encounter regular requirement changes, use new or unproven technology, have many stakeholders in multiple locations, etc.   These high complexity projects inherently come with many risks.    Many organizations are realizing this, as many of their HCHR projects may have failed in meeting the project objectives in delivering customer values, within the scope-schedule-cost constraints.   Hence, a better framework and more attention are needed to manage these HCHR projects.

 Come and join us for a fun and interactive talk, to understand more about project complexities, risks and an overview of the HCHR framework.

Mr. CK Ng, Trainer, Coach and Consultant

SCPM, Stanford University Certified Project Manager,
BSc (Hon) Applied Physics

CK has over 25 years of working experience in multinational companies in the areas of Portfolio Management, Project Management, Quality and Reliability, Product Design, Development, and Deployment in Wireless Telecommunication, Computer Peripherals, and Consumer Electronics Industries, including setting up three new manufacturing operations and design centers in both Malaysia and China.
He was known to be an active and passionate change agent in leading company-wide initiatives in organization development, transformation, talent management, and employee engagement.
CK is a Stanford University Certified Project Manager. He’s currently a director, partner, and trainer of PMO Innovations, a training, coaching, and consulting service provider. He is also a Certified Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) Trainer in Malaysia. PMO Innovations provides an excellent platform for CK to pursue his passion for human capital development, specifically in Project Management, First-Time-Manager (FTM)/Front-Line-Manager (FTM) development.