Managing an International Development Project
Jonathan Lurie jumped at the opportunity to manage the building of a complaint management system in for international consulting company KPMG. He didn't know what was ahead, which made the prospect of working in a foreign country all the more exciting.
Lurie, 26, has been working as a software developer since he graduated from
Often, International Project Managers (IPMs) are confronted with working conditions they didn't bargain for.
"I was in a position where I could fulfill multiple roles," Lurie explains. "I understood the customer's technology (Microsoft) and I was able to architect the solution."
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Job Titles and Qualifications
Don't be confused by job titles. Lurie stresses that there is no set-in-stone job title called International Project Manager. Generally, it's a senior project manager that's been promoted or recruited to manage overseas projects. Whatever the title, an IPM negotiates with all the key players and makes things happen.
Job Requirements For IPM's Are Vague
I was a Microsoft
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