Monthly Archives: October 2020

Working with Suppliers on Projects

The current posting presents a combination of corporate strategy and project management concerning working with suppliers on projects. The showcase encompasses research experience in corporate strategy and over 15 years of project and program management experience. The corporate strategy theory states that a company and its suppliers form an ecosystem, very similar to a natural […]

PESTEL Analysis for the Grocery Market

The current posting shows a PESTEL analysis for the grocery market, applied to Amazon, Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN). As I stated in a different posting, the science behind writing a successful strategic plan is not industry-specific but may have industry flavors. PESTEL is one of the processes leading to the development or adjustment of a strategic […]

Working with Difficult Stakeholders

The current posting contains lessons I acquired as a lead engineer—these lessons concern working with difficult stakeholders. As a project lead, the first job I secured was with a major technology company. I was a consultant. I had in abundance the professional skills required to do my job, but the specific domain knowledge lacked depth, […]