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This blog is inspired by observations and findings centered around managing projects in a developing nation. In an uncontrolled environment, project, portfolio and program management tend to face unique challenges that are rarely addressed by published methods from professionals operating in controlled environments. The often volatile and radically changing policies of developing countries leave project managers walking a tightrope of uncertainty, balancing high risks and lean resources with high expectations—and the compulsion to deliver results within given time frames. The author touches on areas like agriculture, brewing, IT, commerce, value chain, expeditions, personal development, tours, volunteerism and event organization using a simple yet poetic method of expression.
We present to you: the PM. GEPLANUS graduated with great effort and joined the IT area. He began as a programmer, then a systems analyst, then a project manager...it was the natural way. He managed several projects and worked at several large companies. He witnessed many unusual situations and lived many of them--some happy, others not so much. Faithful to his principles and ready to apply the concepts of management, he often collides with reality. Here begins his story...
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