Ekajit ChamsaiManager, Consultant
Consulting is not about speaking what you know, but it is about listening to what you don’t know
He believes that multi-culture can boost up organizational performance if you know how to use the strength each individual has. Listening to staff’s idea is as important as to customer’s requirement. You may have different cultures among the team, but one thing you will always have in common is to “listen”. Let’s forget what you know, and instead, listen to what you don’t know.
He has experiences in international project management of electronic products, dealing with European customers such as NIKO (Belgium), DIS (Denmark), Bosch (German), worked with Japanese firm as a design engineer for Hanwa fellow Engineering. He started his consulting experience at Management System Certification Institute (Thailand). His consulting areas include strategic management with balanced scorecard, risk management, and future management with scenario planning. His clients include many organizations in Thailand such as PTT Group, Thaioil, and government units such as NBCT and GISTDA.
He graduated bachelor degree from Faculty of engineering, Thammasart University and master degree of engineering management from university of Sunderland, United Kingdom.