Driver of change

Jan Mandrup, PMI-RMP, PMP, senior project manager, IBM Asia, Bangkok, Thailand

When companies expand rapidly, they often outgrow technologies and require a complete system overhaul. As its Asia Pacific clients implement enterprise-wide projects to transform their business systems, PMI Global Executive Council member IBM looks to Jan Mandrup to ensure major change initiatives are executed smoothly and meet strategic goals.
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