Become the Project Doctor

Go from Leading Projects to Leading the PMO

If you manage multiple projects with several sponsors, stakeholders, and teams; many project plans, milestones, and deadlines; multiple risks, issues, and crises; requiring communication and change management,capacity planning and resource management; testing, piloting, and rollout. Then explore the Project Doctor Masterclass and Coaching Program with 10 weeks of training and 10 months of coaching.

Project Management Coaching

There is a gap between project management training and the application of acquired skills to deliver projects. The project manager already knows the best practices and what needs to be done. The challenge is how to apply that knowledge within organizations that have cultural norms, leadership styles and decision-making patterns that are not conducive to project management best practices. The flip side of this challenge is an opportunity. What if you can deliver successful projects and at the same time introduce project management best practices into a company? That will accelerate your career advancement and catapult you into leadership. An experienced coach can help you on this journey, so it takes less time and you avoid mistakes and missteps along the way.

Career Coaching for PMs

First off, career coaching is not just about getting a better job or promotion. It’s about the long-term, even lifelong, journey of discovering one’s unique strengths and offering it to the world. From the raw ingredients of your passion and strengths, the coach guides you to build and promote your personal brand to help you stand out in a crowd. Hiring managers see more than a hundred resumes for every job posting. Your unique brand will help you get noticed.

About Wan How, PMP, PMI-ACP

Wan How is a career and project management coach specializing in helping project professionals advance their careers. In his project management career, Wan successfully rescued many troubled projects. These included turning around projects headed for failure within 30 days and compressing project timelines by half to deliver benefits in one year instead of two.

Wan has over twenty years of project management experience in traditional, agile and hybrid approaches. As the leader of a Project Management Office, he led a team of project managers and business analysts to deliver corporate projects tied to the organization's business plan and strategic objectives. He has worked in the information technology, government, higher education, oil and gas, and engineering sectors.

Wan is a graduate of Cambridge University. His areas of expertise include project management, IT management and facilitation. In addition to the PMP, Wan is an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP). He has also attained the Certified Professional Facilitator with the International Association of Facilitators.