On June 23, 2016, The Mentor Group International, under the sponsorship of PTIT (Petroleum Institute of Thailand) held a special workshop in Rayong Province, named “Project Management for Petrochemical and Refining Industries”. The participants were mainly senior representatives from various industries from the MapTaPut Industrial Complex.
Michael Sypsomos, PMP, CEO of The Mentor Group and Khun Sorawut Pairojkul, PMP, MD of The Mentor Group, in a highly interactive environment, shared common project management pitfalls, solutions and lessons learned in the petrochemical and refinery industries, as well as best practices used in successful international organizations.
Visual Project Management course held on 16th of October 2015 at The Hilton Sukhumvit Hotel
Visual Project Management is a unique course that utilize Mind Mapping to teach you to finish projects on time, within budget and meet the requirements according to PMI (Project Management Institute) standard from America. In this course you will learn how to create a Project Charter, Work Breakdown Structure, Project Organizational & Resource assignment, Stakeholder Management, Scheduling, Earned Value Management, Change Management, Risk Management, Effective Communication Plan,etc. If you would like us to organize this training at your company, please contact us at
ประมวลภาพการจัดฝึกอบรม Visual Project Management ที่จัดขึ้นไปเมื่อวันที่ 16 ตุลาคม 2558 ณ โรงแรมฮิลตันสุขุมวิท หลักสูตรนี้เป็นความร่วมมือของ The Mentor Group International กับ Mastermind Training เพื่อพัฒนาหลักสูตร “Visual Project Management” โดยใช้สื่อการสอนที่เข้าใจง่าย เครื่องมือที่เรียกว่า Mind map และแบบฝึกหัดต่างๆ เข้ากับการบริหารโครงการตามหลัก PMI (Project Management Institute) จากประเทศอเมริกา หากท่านต้องการติดต่อเพื่อจัดคอร์สการฝึกอบรมนี้ที่บริษัทของท่านกรุณาติดต่อเราที่ email@example.com
On the 21st
of April 2015, Michael Sypsomos and Stephen Vianelli on behalf of The Mentor Group were invited as guest lecturers at Chulalongkorn University and the Asian Institute of Technology to speak to two groups of students on the topic of “The key factors for the success and failure of Project Management”. Practical experience was shared in these sessions, in order for the students to gain some context to support their studies in this area, and potentially use the Project Management principles in their careers and as a life skill.
“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw
How often do even minor communication issues eventually turn into major problems with drastically negative impact? Unfortunately, too often would be a suitable answer. A cost-effective and results-proven solution for communication and monitoring and reporting problems within an organization is the successful implementation of a Project Management Information System (PMIS).
What is a PMIS?
A Project Management Information System (PMIS) is the “central nervous system” of any project. It supports all stakeholders to remain constantly aware of the project status in critical areas such as cost, time, scope and quality requirements. In addition, it clearly defines the roles and responsibilities of the project team members. Furthermore, it efficiently manages documents of all kinds (contracts, permits, approvals etc.) so that they can easily be retrieved and produces standardized and customized reports that are readily available and conveniently presented on easily monitored dashboards, essential for speedy and accurate decision making.