|【PA-4】 Project Management driving force for shaping the future|
|講演者||Chairman, Korea Project Management Association Young Cheol Lee|
|セッション概要||While building a nuclear power plant back in early 1970, Project Management was started to use widely in Korea. In
1991 the Korean Institute of Project Management and Technology (PROMAT) was first founded based on Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) and it became the present state of Korea Project Management Association (KPMA).
By striking hands with PMI in the U.S. and focusing on the PMBOK® Guide, KPMA has widened knowledge of Project Management. As the number of PMP® certificate holders increasing since the late 1990s, there are approximately 12,000 certificates as of 2015. Also PRINCE2® seminars in Korea and the related researches have been going on progress.
The presentation will include the current condition and challenges of Korean Project Management that is driving force for shaping the future, based on the case studies of several countries including the U.S., the EU, Japan, and China.
• Graduated from Soongsil University, Master of Business Administration in 2005
• Graduated from Hanyang University, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1969
• President and CEO in the Kyungsung Co., Ltd. since 2005
• A non-executive board member in the Korea Southern Power Co., Ltd. in 2004
• President and CEO in the Korea Western Power Co., Ltd. in 2002
• Worked at the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) for 32 years