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Practitioner of project management as well as freelance consultant in Agribusiness and small enterprise development

Victoria Cupet is a consultant, trainer and coach with an experience of more than 10 years in the field of business analysis and project managements in the IT business. Victoria has a key role in promoting business analysis being the president of Romania Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis®. Victoria is a member of the writers team for the new version of the BABOK® Guide v3.0.


Long time volunteer for Project Management Institute with a passion for leading and learning.

Principal, Risk and Delivery Management, Sierra Systems. PMI volunteer since 1999. Currently PMI Requirements Management Community of Practice Leader.

I have been called an evangelist for project management, advocating for putting more method to the madness while not just checking off boxes! The effort must result in helping the project team, and organizational leadership, in making better business decisions. Oh, and we have to do all this while having fun!


Serving as a business partner for the volunteer leadership of PMI communities of practice, supporting them as they develop and deliver planned activities to enhance member value through the exchange of knowledge.

I've been in IT since the age of 12 when I went to work for "Big Blue", and that is over, err, '40 years' which is all I'm admitting to, today. I have been a software developer, data analyst on high-risk offshore projects, a Director of QA Governance / Software Testing, an Engagement Manager and a C-level executive for my own self-funded startup. I sold the startup spring 2014 and am now gently looking for a new leadership opportunity, preferably with another startup.

I run The Otobos Group, a communications consultancy specializing in project management. I write The Money Files blog which looks at all aspects of project finances, and A Girl's Guide to Project Management. Find me on Google+.


"In the real world, the right thing never happens in the right place and the right time. It is the job of journalists and historians to make it appear that it has."

- Mark Twain