Risk Management Workshop – Kuala Lumpur – PMI Global Congress 2009

After almost two weeks I have returned from Kuala Lumpur attending and presenting at the PMI Global Congress for Aisa Pacific. What a great experience.

Thanks to the PMI Team putting this great Congress together. Thanks to SK for taking us on a tour, thanks to Tim for the great accompany, thanks for Robert for the great feedback on my first run of the Risk Management Workshop and thanks to everybody attending my two sessions. It has been a pleasure presenting in fron of you, it has been a pleasure to see your participation and it has been a pleasure to share so much expertise during the hours we spent together. Also thanks to everybody for their keenness to receive the slides and the templates.

First of all the slides. You can click through them right here or download them from the slideshare.net website. The templates will be emailed to the ones that have dropped me their business card. Feel free to comment in this post I like to hear your comments about this Congress.

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Torsten J. Koerting

Torsten J. Koerting is a project management-, paragliding- and Outdoor Enthusiast, Consultant, Author of several books and engaged as a speaker at many conferences. As Managing Partner at projectyzer he is specialised in supporting companies and organisations in reinventing their strategy as well as turning projects around that are in trouble. He worked in Europe, US and Australia for more than 20 years for global Blue Chips. He does hold the German and Australian Citizenship and lives with his wife and two kids between Europe and Australia. He is also a certified Bank Clerk, Executive Bachelor and Project Management Professional (PMI) and used to be Board Member of the PMI Queensland Chapter (Australia).


  1. Dr.Ahmad Al-Ani, MD PMP Says: February 23, 2009 at 9:21 am

    Dear Sir,
    It was a pleasure attending your informative and interactive workshop, being a workshop rather than a lecture made the learning process more enjoyable and easier, especially with the practical scenarios and variety of options used in different industries.I also acknowledge your follow up and offering the templates which would be helpful for us in future risk management.One thing that I’d like to see in such workshops is a simple group exercise of which the members use one of the templates and do their own assessment, just to involve them more.
    As for the congress, I agree that the organizing committee did a great job, and you can tell that this was a well prepared and run event.
    Thank you for all the knowledge and efforts, and hope to see you again.

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