Areas Of Expertise:
- Project Management
- Stakeholder Management
- Risk Management
- Bachelor of Project Management, Engineering and IT Informatics, University of Sydney
About Winona Astian Thian
Winona has a Bachelor of Project Management with a major in Engineering and IT Informatics. She is looking at using her knowledge of Project Management and applying it on big projects. Winona is passionate about being part of an organisation that creates value.
What Winona brings
- Experience in setting up EPMO functions
- Ability to create end-to-end workflows and identify business and stakeholder impact
- Catered presentation visualization and communication for different stakeholder audiences
- Ability to collect and analyze data to provide team with recommendations
- Strong documentation and admin skills
- Skilled in Microsoft Office: Excel, Presentation, Visio, Word and Project.
As PMO Consultant at Optus, Winona has supported in establishing the EPMO in Optus’ Consumer space to create a structure that will further drive benefits, improve program delivery and prioritization. Winona has supported a number of project workstreams including building the portfolio register, solidifying quarterly prioritization governance, rolling out the PPM Pro tool to the project community, dependency, risks and issues management, uplifting the scheduling capability, along with uplifting Optus’ project management framework and templates.
Bachelor of Project Management, Engineering and IT Informatics, University of Sydney, 2019
At Inspace XR, as Project Management Intern, Winona planned and executed a social event workshop for architects in Parramatta to gather and make connections whilst learning about virtual reality. She designed an online course for users to be fully equipped when using the company’s product.
At Ausin Group, as HR Project Management Intern, Winona managed the integration of the company’s HR system with its payroll system and performed various HR-related tasks.
Transport for NSW Platform Screen Doors Project; Winona’s team was given the task to complete a brief set out by the project sponsor, Transport for New South Wales (TFNSW), to implement Platform Screen Doors in City Circle stations. Through extensive research and communication with the stakeholders, Winona’s team was able to advise TFNSW the most feasible approach and methodology for this project.