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2018 Honorary Fellowship Award – U Khin Maung Aye

2018 Honorary Fellowship Award – U Khin Maung Aye

Congratulations to the 2018 Honorary Fellowship Award – U Khin Maung Aye! Friday May 26, 2018 at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management in Germany. Presented by Prof. Dr. Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, U Khin Maung Aye – Chairman of Myanmar Banks Association and the founder of KMA Group […]

Synchronizing Your Project Schedule like a Symphony

Synchronizing Your Project Schedule like a Symphony

By Yudha Damiat About 10 years ago I went to a concert orchestra at Rice University, Houston, Texas. I don’t remember what the symphony was called or what piece did they play. I was only there for the ticket stub for my music class. I do remember seeing many musicians with their instruments; there were […]

Who has the edge in the transformational era of banking?

Who has the edge in the transformational era of banking?

By: Evelyn Jordan for https://blogs.retailbanking-academy.org မြန်မာလိုဖတ်ရန် With what seems like the whole world focused on the transformational era in banking and what innovation in the sector will mean for us all, it is easy to get caught up in discussing who will win the battle for supremacy between big retail banks and fintech businesses. While the […]

To Simplify is to Innovate

To Simplify is to Innovate

By: Dr Abdul Rahman for https://blogs.retailbanking-academy.org/ မြန်မာလိုဖတ်ရန် The OECD, in its Oslo Manual, defines innovation as the “implementation of a new or significantly improved product (good or service), or process, a new marketing method, or a new organisational method in business practices, workplace organisation or external relations”. (Refer to the Oslo Manual, 2005, ISBN: 92-64-01308-3.) I […]

10 Golden rules for project managers

10 Golden rules for project managers

မြန်မာလိုဖတ်ရန် By Duncan Haughey for www.projectsmart.co.uk The job of project manager is a challenging one; however, it need not be stressful if you follow these ten golden rules. Rule 1: Develop a Strong Business Case Ensure you have a strong business case for your project, with high-level support from your sponsor. The business case is the […]

What it takes to lead – Part 1

What it takes to lead – Part 1

By Brad Egeland for www.projectsmart.co.uk What does it really mean to “lead”? Well, if you’ve ever led a large project, you know that project leaders do a lot more than plan, organise, control, coordinate, and budget. While such activities are important and must be done, project leadership goes beyond those functions. In other words, leadership involves […]

LEARNING FROM PROJECT FAILURES

LEARNING FROM PROJECT FAILURES

မြန်မာလိုဖတ်ရန် Starting a project, failure is not really on your mind. You have been planning for months, scheduled your time, your money and estimated all the possible outcomes of certain actions. You think. Suddenly, obstacles you didn’t count on appears, obstacles you might not succeed to overcome. Admitting a failure is hard. Learning from it, […]