PMI Budapest Chapter is pleased to announce that the next PMPub will take place on 16th May 2017 at Közgarden!
The event’s topic is “Is there industry specific project management?” where the participants will have the opportunity to overview related issues and questions. We will have an open discussion about whether there is a difference between general, IT and automotive project management. We will touch also characteristics of cultural differences of the organizations operating in different geographical environment.
The topic will be discussed with Andreas Douglas, Director of Engineering Driver Assistance at Bosch Hungary, who will share his thoughts regarding the above topics.
At the PMPub we will discuss on a practical level some of the key elements that we all face every day as practitioners.
Our speaker, Andreas Douglas, has been a practitioner of project management in the automotive, aerospace, and military sectors for 10+ years in the area of electronics systems/software design, manufacturing, and distribution. In his current role at Robert Bosch Kft. he leads a portfolio of automated driving systems development and additionally has responsibility for project excellence within the business.
He has worked on several different continents as an expatriate in which he has experienced, developed, and implemented different organizational project management initiatives. During his different roles, he has gained a unique perspective on the importance of cultural influence on project management.
He has worked in Hungary for approximately three years. He believes that project management in Hungary is a growing field and becoming increasingly more relevant. To this end, Hungary is uniquely positioned to take advantage of this growth and relevance.
We very much looking forward to an engaging and collaborative session.
Come and take part in the PMPub!
When: 16th May, from 18:00 (registration starts at 17:30)
Where: Közgarden, Ráday u. 43-45., Budapest, 1092