“Too many bullshits in Project Management”
Since 2005, I am project manager specialized in quality assurance. In my spare time I’m also a PMO.
I took part, with success, in all the phases of an IT project (project management, team management, customer relation, invoice management, …) from an agile project to a big complex progam.
With my experience and expertise in Quality Assurance, I implement and manage quality departments, implement continuous improvement processes, industrialize process projects and traine users and manage changes.
I note (and I regret it) that for many missions, certifications are required. So as a freelancer, I had to be certified. With my multiple certifications, I know what I’m talking about (Prince2, Scrum Master, ITIL, ISTQB TM, and Black Belt Six Sigma in preparation). I spent a lot of time learning every words, every process…. But what for ? For the quality of the project ? I don’t think so.
Extremely motivated by the new challenges, I am always looking for a team and a project for which I can contribute to the development and share my experience. I also like to speak with expert (or not) about my work, best practices, talk about tricks to improve something and so on. That is why I created “The Disruptive Project Manager”.