PMI Budapest Chapter held its PMPub event on 16th May 2017 at Közgarden.
PMPub is the chapter’s networking event for English-speaking project managers to share their experience, local practices and to develop their PM skills at a pub while drinking a beer. The event is also a good opportunity to collect PDU at the same time.
PMPub invites a special guest, an expat leader who is devoted towards the project management and already has spent some years in Hungary.
In May, our guest was Andreas Douglas, Director of Engineering Driver Assistance at Bosch Hungary, who is responsible for the project culture development at Bosch Hungary.
The moderator who prepared the discussion and asked Andreas was Zoltán Sándor, recently elected vice president of the chapter.
Andreas’s personal introduction: Andreas is from the US, he has 5 kids. He was working for electronic companies, automotive and transport industries. He’s been working at Bosch parent company for 11 years, in Hungary for 3 years.
Andreas has had PM experience for more than 10 years in different domains. His primary focus area is the automated driving cars.
And here come the major messages from Andreas in Q/A format!