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A Strategic Project Management Workshop was held in Malacca on the 16-19 March 2006 to deliberate and examine the challenges and opportunities facing JKR in implementing the 9th Malaysia Plan.  The workshop was officiated by YBg. Prof. Dato’ Ir. Dr. Wahid Omar with participation from The Deputy Director General, Directors and senior JKR executives and facilitated by Dr David Dombkins, the president of the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).  The outcomes from the workshop defined the key initiatives that JKR needed to effecively assist the implemention of infrastructure projects under the 9th Malaysia Plan.

Subsequent to that meeting the Complex Project Management Division (PROKOM) was established and the implementation of a Project Managed Change Program (PMCP) in JKR was commenced.  The aim was to institute change initiatives within JKR so as to position JKR to implement and manage infrastructure projects and programs for the 9th Malaysia Plan. The key objective was the strengthening of project management and institutional capabilities of JKR and the improvement in overall readiness to implement projects.

SMEC Malaysia was then engaged by JKR to carry out the project work in the establishment of the Complex Project Management Division and implementation of the Project Managed Change Program (PMCP).

The project was implemented by JKR through a Steering Committee, chaired by the Director General of JKR, who had provided active input into the ongoing huge initiatives and guided the direction of the team.

A project implementation unit, which includes a group of JKR specialists engaged for the project, had been established and was headed by Ir. Rohani bt. A. Razak.

The SMEC consultant linked with the JKR group of specialists to forming integrated teams, which, among other things, were reviewing various project management interventions gathered from organizations around the world using advanced techniques for Complex Project Management.

The JKR team members were selected across disciplines and background and were established as a group in May 2006.  They had been working on various JKR initiatives which include the establishment of a JKR vision, mission and values, reorganisation of JKR structure to a matrix organization and various other corporate initiatives.

The eleven person team selected was: Ir Rohani bt A Razak, Ir Mohd Aminudin Md Amin, Sanusi b. Awi, Ir Noor Azahari b. Zainal Abidin, Ir Nazari b. Hashim, Zawidatul Asma bt Ghazali, Abdul Rahman b. Ambari, Ramli b. Mohd Yusoff, Ir. Hizamul-din b. Abd. Rahman, Rusdi b. Mohamad and Sr. Junaidah Sulaiman.

Five additional team members were added on October 16 2006, Ir Mohamad Darus b Selamat, Ir. Yaakob b Abd Latif, Ir. Hj Jamilol Nasir bin Saad, Noor’ain bt Hj Zainal Abidin and Nor Afidah bt Ahmad.  One member had since been promoted from the group leaving the strength of the team at 15 persons.

The Project Teams clarified their objectives and further developed both project management plans and product deliverables. As the program of products evolved and the needs of JKR refined there has been some revision on the areas of emphasis, the most notable being the introduction of a Risk Management support product aimed at evolving a Risk Standard and Risk Facilitators Guide.  This development has been enthusiastically accepted.

A further shift of emphasis that emerged was the reconsideration of industry engagement through the PM Council.  The Team will redirect its energy towards the Malaysian Asset and Project Management Association (MAPMA).

The current range of deliverables now comprises:

  • Acquisition Categorisation Framework (ACAT) & Project List for the 9th Malaysian Plan
  • Project Management Competency Framework& Standards
  • Gateway process
  • Project Management Tools
  • Relational Contracting
  • Partnering
  • Malaysian Asset and Project Management Association
  • Risk Management
  • Communications
  • Customer Service Improvement Program (CSIP)
  • Organisational Structure
  • Professional development in PM and soft skills
  • Red Team /Project Health Check

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