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Strategic Project Planning - Practical Tools for Private Sectors and NGOs
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Strategic Project Planning - Practical Tools for Private Sectors and NGOs 
17-18 September 2016
A project is unique in that it is not a routine operation, but a specific set of operations designed to accomplish a singular goal. So a project team often includes people who don’t usually work together–sometimes from different organizations and across multiple geographies[1]. Thus there are the needs strategically for leader and teams to manage a project in the way that overall delivery within their areas of responsibility and work to enable the change, reaching a goal, through the resources and relationships they have. This two day training course will provide you with essential techniques to convert any problem, idea, or opportunity into clear objectives, before actions formulated. This will sharpen the logic of your strategy so that it’s aligned both within the project and with the larger organizational Strategies, Goals, and Vision.

  • Strategically to consistently think, plan, act, and assess in a way that best achieves your desired results;
  • Be able to turn strategic intent into well-designed, actionable projects effectively for individuals and organizations;
  • Be able to use cause-effect thinking to form strategic, hypotheses and design sound strategies, projects, and action initiatives of all types;
  • Be able to sharpen the strategic hypotheses of the project—the chain of If-Then connections—leads to common understanding and agreement on how the project deliverables contribute to realize business Goals;
  • Be able to verify three directional types of logic, Vertical, Horizontal and Zig-Zag logic in a project Log Frame grid;
  • Be clear about the Measures that matter in the organization unit;
  • Be able to define the next action step that is discrete and doable by break down tasks into the next actions to be taken.

Module 1: Project Initiating
Module 2: Building a Project Objectives
Common issues to tackle
Start Smart, NASA Rule #15
Start with lession learned
Project definition
The six planning mistake
Starting with Four Strategic Questions
If-Then concept exercises
Building multible objectives into trees
Strategic Hypotheses—Personal exercises  
Module 3: Logical Framework Grid
Module 4: Aligning Project with Strategy
Conceptual of the Logical Framework
Four critical question to build logframe
Hand on exercise to build grid
Veryfication your statement logic
Managing Portfolios and Programs
Logical Planning Steps
Develop core strategy
Turning strategy into operation plan
Module 5: Four Critical Strategic Thinking
Module 6: Putting The Concepts Into Action
Expore linking project to corporate-level objective
What success mean and how do we measure
Identifiy asumption and reduce risk
Detailing the work plan tasks, budget, and schedule.
Managing the Strategic Action Cycle
Three Types of Assessment
Celebrating Success
LogFrame Limitations and Best Practices

TUY Pheap is a holder of M.Sc in Regional and Rural Development Planning from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Bangkok, Thailand, since 1996. Mr. Pheap has had more than twenty-year experience in implementing development projects in Cambodia, funded by expternal donors including, UNDP, Sida, DfID, DANIDA, WB, EU, and SDC. He has long experience in providing training to participants from grasrood level, villagers, village cheif, commune chief, to higher level, goverment official, civil society leaders, project staffs, university lecturers and company employees on various subject including results-based management (RBM), logical framework approach (LFA), project cycle management (PCM), monitoring and eveluation (M&E), commune planning, data collection, data analysis, report and proposal writing, social accountability. Currently, Mr. Pheap is a freelance cosultance, who his practical experience as technical adviser with varios development projects includes: 1) IP3-NP-SNDD funded by EU, Sida, SDC; 2) RILGP funded by WB; 3) NRML funded by DANIDA and DfID; 4) PSDD funded by UNDP and Sida; 5) PLG and CARERE II funded by UNDP, and others

This Strategic Project Management is for any Project/Program Managers/Directors, Supervisor who have recently been appointed to manage a project and anyone who is new to the project design, implementation, project monitoring and evaluation. This course is essential for those, who facing difficulty to align their action plan with organization strategy as well as to estimate resources required to implement a project.

Date:                17-18 September 2016
Venue:              Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Time:                8 am-5 pm
Language:       Khmer
Fee:                 US$ 250 (Includes VAT)
Early Bird:       US$ 230 (Register before September 10)
The Fee includes: Materials and Certificate of Participation.

Educational Development Institute (EDI)
#22, St. 51┴154,  PhsarThmei III,  Daun Penh,  Phnom Penh.
Tel: 023 966 967  /  015 728 123 / 015 729 123  /  016 557 123
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