TUSK - Winning Project Management Framework for Executives
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Practical practices and outcome based project management distilled from hands-on experiences; successes and failures.
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Last updated 9/2015
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  • 4 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will discover winning Project Management Framework to get your project off the ground
  • You will be able to have the confidence and know-how to become a winning project manager for any small and medium-sized projects
  • You will discover and learn the techniques used in dealing with multiple stakeholders
  • You will learn to fine tune and adjust the project management framework to suit your project environment
  • You will understand the definition of a project and its expectations
  • You will learn how to use the project framework as a conceptual, functional and operational tools
  • You will have that "inch" of confidence to face your stakeholders
  • Finally, you will be on your way to complete your own project
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  • No pre-requisite knowledge on project management required
  • Facing some challenges in starting, sustaining and completing a project (personal or business projects)
  • Proficient in English (written and spoken) is reccommended
  • Certificate of Accomplishment will be awarded upon completion of this program and short assignment

The Ultimate Skills (TUSK) Program are main skills and competencies required for the current workforce and leaders to excel in modern jobs and organizations. It has been developed based on creative and intelligent understanding of the organization challenges and its aspirations to become adaptive to change in the "new normal" environment. The four main skills are: Project Management Skills, Consulting Skills, Selling Skills and Leadership Skills.


Winning Project Management Framework program has only one goal; to give you the know-how to get your project launched (take-off) and sustaining it. A lot of project failed because they failed to launch; sadly everything is wasted. :( You will learn the winning Project Management Framework here.

Our focus is by taking a hard look at the Project Manager himself/herself. The target groups are Business and Community Leaders, Young Executives (The Millennials) and Students. This group represents the large-base of aspiring and growing project managers who run little projects that make big impact to societies; e.g. outreach and engagement programs, corporate responsibility (CR) events, product launches, budget and new business pitch, concerts and contests, internship, lifelong learning and so on.

My commitment as follows:

a) Live Session (with minimum 10 delegates or when necessary)

b) Email reply within 48 hours

c) Project Management Coaching/Advisory

d) All Access and Downloadable Guides and Templates

e) Additional Contextual Contents and Materials (Lifetime)

f) Personal Effectiveness Mastery

g) Digital Certificate of Accomplishment will be awarded upon completion

Methods used are Accelerated Learning and Hands-On Training. You will get to do real project and real time training. I have scheduled 12 Lectures, 10 minutes - 20 minutes each. I really pray that you have a good internet connection.

Well, I hope you'll sign up Winning Project Management Framework program. See you in class.


Who is the target audience?
  • Business and Community Leaders
  • Executives and Managers
  • Secondary School, High School, College and University Student
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Curriculum For This Course
23 Lectures
2 Lectures 11:53

Overview of Project Management:

1. Discover the entire program structure

2. Understand the step by step processes

3. Figure out whether this program is suitable for you

4. Check out the interesting content

Preview 03:03

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Why Project

2. What Is A Project

3. Triple Constraints

4. Types of Project

5. Develop Project Brief

Preview 08:50
3 Lectures 51:21

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture One

2. Project Brief Review

3. SMITH Project Brief

4. Tool: CPM

5. Develop CPM Map

Develop Functional CPM

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture Two

2. Prioritize CPM Map

3. Tool: Microsoft Project

4. Terms of Reference (TOR)

5. Tool: WBS

Develop Functional TOR

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture Three

2. Develop Gantt Chart

3. Tool: Project Management Framework (PMF)

4. Project Kick-Off

5. TIPS: Project Kick-Off

Develop Functional PMF
2 Lectures 23:33

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1.Recap Lecture Four

2. Scope Planning

3. Budget Planning

4. Human Resource Planning

5. Set Timeline

6. Internal Kick-Off

PMF: Planning

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture Five

2. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

3. Project Roles & Responsibilities

4. Establish Project OBS

5. Communication Plan

PMF: Organizing
2 Lectures 32:45

Key Highlight from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture Six

2. Mobilize Resources

3. Timeline Management

4. Leadership

5. Project Meeting

6. Project Reporting

PMF: Directing

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture Seven

2. Deal with Issues and Constraints

3. Control Measure

4. Risk Plan

5. Deliverables Management

6. Acceptance Quality and Testing Plan

PMF: Controlling
2 Lectures 30:06

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture Eight

2. Performance Review

3. Quality Control

4. Change Management

5. Handover

PMF: Evaluating

Key Highlights from this lecture:

1. Recap Lecture Nine

2. Project Completion

3. Lessons Learned

4. Journaling XP

5. Personal Effectiveness

Project Completion
1 Lecture 04:19

1. In this Final Lecture I provide a quick summary of the key elements of Project Management Framework (PMF).

2. I also prepared for you a video (towards the end of this video), for you to get an animated summary which reinforces the learning of the entire Effective Project Management Program.

3. I hope to see you in my next The Ultimate Skills (TUSK) Program.

4. Keep in touch!

My Last Words to ALL Project Managers
0 Lectures 00:00

Test out general knowledge from the lectures.

5 questions

Test out general knowledge from the lectures.

5 questions

Test out general knowledge from the lectures.

5 questions
11 Lectures 01:38:06


In this section, you will get to experience new type of content. Project management as a body of knowledge is non-exhaustive and to cover them in a program could be too simplistic. Hence, I created Scenario-Based content by addressing each scenario independently so you can learn from it. The content is very simple by focusing on each scenario and based on my own personal experiences and from what I know about it. At times where you cannot find total solutions from it, I do hope it can inspire you in some ways and trigger potential solution in your project. As a versatile project manager, we need to possess growth mindset where we continuously learning and never settle for mediocre results. That is the spirit and we are always in good sport to learn something new from our stakeholders.


1. Hello, how are you? I hope things are well with your projects. So what is your progress right now as far as the program is concern? Currently we have 1,600 plus students and that's an awesome achievement for me and for this program. I do hope that you have begun the program so that you can benefit in the first few lectures. It will help you to kick start your projects and if you need some of the materials in terms of the templates, you can always provide me your email and I will give you access to the shared folder.

2. I plan to enrich the program with a bit more content, especially for the current students because I realized and I received some questions about how to handle certain scenarios in addressing your project challenges. Instead of going through it from theoretical based and providing solutions through email, I decided to video-taped them so it can be shared with more people.

3. As I am doing that, I realized that a lot more challenges that we could address using this method. I also believe it is also more engaging for you as well as for me, where you can hear what I say, I may be probably using some props to enhance the situation. I'll try to call some of my friends, perhaps they can come in and we can do interview like content where you can see how things pan out in terms of challenges in a project.

4. In the beginning of this video I hope you are still consume the content that we have (the lectures right now), I will add on a little bit more content on scenario-based challenges. Some of the things that I have prepared for you to know is there are 12 issues right now and challenges that I would see from the email from some students, some I gained from my own experiences.

5. Scenario that we are talking about, the 1st one is "How are you as a project manager provide leadership?", "how do you take over an ongoing project - it can never be easy because you could probably a team member at that time and later the project manager left and you have to step up to the main project manager role; how do you handle that?

6. "How do you assign project task?", I could see from my experience looking at junior project managers where assigning project tasks to project team members can be very challenging and difficult. Then, "how do you introduce a new member in your existing project team?", Normally in an ongoing project, a new member comes in for a very critical reason and very critical function and they can be probably doing critical job; "how do you give a briefing to executive committee?", This is very important, as you are progressing in your project.

7. "How do you discuss with your vendors?", "How do you communicate delay in project to the team members?", Sometimes team members are so confined in their work that they don't really have the big picture of the timeline. "How do you ask for additional budget?", you see sometimes project pan out in an interesting way where you do it for the first time where suddenly you realized you need extra budget. How do you do that?

8. "How do you reduce project cost?", I have a habit in my running project budget where at certain time I must cut cost. Cost can come in many ways, it can be in scope, cash or time to deliver. All these are savings and cost variables. Next is "how do you tell people with communication challenges?", you see when you do project you do it with people. People only have one problem in this world, in my opinion is communication problem.

9. "How do you create issues list and solutions to problems", as well as its implementation. Finally, "how do you inject creativity?". In the latest Fast Company Magazine, I love this edition so much where it talks about creativity. How do inject creativity in your project, where it is an ongoing challenging time and demanding. Until today if we talk about project its always about the toughness, the demanding, the difficult tasks that you have to do - how to make it creative and out of the box and inclusive in nature?

10. I hope to see you in the next content. Do consume the current content that you have signed-up. I will project some areas on the scenarios. Thank you very much. Bye.

Introduction of Scenario-Based

How do you provide your leadership as a project manager? You could be a junior project manager or 1st timer managing a project, and it could be a big thing for you to assert your leadership. Here I provide an acronym LEADERSHIP that represent things you can do to achieve your leadership objectives. You could find in Lecture 4 here a one page note on the LEADERSHIP acronym.

Here I explain in greater details how do you apply LEADERSHIP in your project and enable you to gain trust and help you achieve your project objectives through exercising the right leadership.

SCENARIO 1: Providing Leadership As Project Manager

Taking over an existing project can be very challenging sometimes. It also can be your opportunity to show up and stand out as a project manager. Given the high stakes on the project, I would like to help you out by leaning in and taking over the project in the smoothest way possible.

Three things that you need to do. Ask WHY, WHERE and PRIORITIES. Check out the video for more.

SCENARIO 2: Taking Over Existing Project

Assigning tasks to project team member can be a daunting experience for some project managers. I notice this especially for junior project managers that feel uncomfortable to "get others to do work". Of course, your team member sometimes will find ways to "avoid" and prefer doing easier work, it is inevitable for project manager to being able to assign the much needed tasks to the right team member.

In this lesson, I shared the techniques you can use to get strong buy in from each of your team member and get clarity of what needs to be done so that your project can be successful. You will also learn how to gain your team members commitment for them to deliver the right results for the project.

SCENARIO 3: Assigning Tasks to Project Team Member

SCENARIO 4: Introducing New Team Member

Briefing to the executive committee can be very challenging and unpleasant experience. The first meeting always the hardest, however it is also the encounter that will make or break your rapport with your project sponsor, director and other stakeholders. Instead, you should capitalize this meeting with Executive Committee and seize the opportunity to stand out and get full mandate for you to continue doing a great job as project manager.

In this lesson you will learn what you need to do their full attention and commitment on things that matter at hand in relation to the project. You will also be learning how to showcase your grasp of the project and demonstrate your facilitative nature in navigating the project to success.

SCENARIO 5: Briefing Progress Updates to Executive Committee

Learn what to discuss with Vendors and Suppliers

1. Scope of work

2. Change Request / Variance Order

3. Quality and Standards

4. Commercial - Price and Costs

5. Roles and Responsibilities

SCENARIO 6: Discussing With Vendors and Suppliers

Learn how to communicate delay to your project stakeholders. Helpful guide to maneuver yourself as Project Manager.

SCENARIO 7: Communicating Delay to Project Stakeholders

Every project demands you to deal with communication challenges. You will get better at it over time but hey these are some of my personal experiences. Hope it helps.

SCENARIO 10: Dealing with People Communication Challenges

SCENARIO 11: Creating Issues List, Solution and Implementation

Get tips on Ideation Tools and how to use them. Be an inspiration to your team members!

SCENARIO 12: Injecting Creativitiy and Inspiration Techniques
About the Instructor
Khairul Anwar Kamarudin
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Design Thinking Executive Coach

Khairul Anwar

brings his experiences of making things happen through intense ideation and promoting innovation at work place. He puts premium on execution simply because it's the only measure of success. He is an active advocate of execution as organization's new capability to move organization forward.

Dubbed the “execution specialist" among his contemporaries, he has executed various internal and external projects successfully. Main consulting disciplines are design thinking, strategy, business development, marketing, innovation and problem solving, leadership and entrepreneurship. He has done work for Yayasan Khazanah, Alam Teknokrat, Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA), MSCTC, MDeC, UKM, Nestle, UiTM, PERMATApintar, genovasi, TNB, Petronas and a few others.

Khairul Anwar is a Certified Professional Trainer by Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) and practices Accelerated Learning facilitation method. He completed Certified Design Thinking program organized by Genovasi – a leading program designed by HPI – Potsdam and Stanford Executive Education.

He is a founding member of Malaysian Association of Project Management (MAPM), member of Institute Marketing of Malaysia (IMM) and an associate member to Malaysia Institute of Management (MIM).He is currently a volunteer mentor for Teach For Malaysia for selected students to inspire them as role model. He also a volunteer as language translator at Coursera – Global Translator Program (GTP) for translating modules in English-Bahasa Malaysia.

He holds Master of Business Administration (MBA) in International Business and Islamic Banking and Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) major in Marketing. He also earned Certificate in Teaching from Johns Hopkins University (JHU).