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Petrica Murariu-Botez

Manager Information Technology and Telecommunication Department - S.C. RAFO S.A.

In the company where I work it is very important to manage our activity using only internal resources, and with great care regarding costs, time limits and performance.

The “project” term was introduced very slowly!! Terms like ‘investment”, “work”, etc., were used instead of “project”, which was practically represented by any firm activity: building construction, computer network and telecommunication network construction, digital telephone exchanges, marketing activities, mainly promoting a new product on the market, implementing a new information solution, opening a new work station,…

Basically we were following, without knowing, the achievement goals of Project Management …

But what was missing? The adequate management of projects… basically, an efficient and well structured organization of activities.

CODECS came at a very opportune moment, when I was in an ascending development stage. Through the Project Management course they said that I brought "added value" to the total cost of “investments". I already had a project in its finalization stage so, together with the CODECS tutor, through LNTs, I succeeded in forming my practical side of my "Project manager" position. I honestly can say that, due to this course, I acquired the necessary skills to work in an organized fashion, and I started involving more resources and organizing work meetings in order to better analyze the project’s evolvement, filling reports for the managerial team and keeping them up to date with project implementation status.

I do not want to quote classical statements from the Project Management course. I simply started working "by the book" and the results are seen after on-time project completion, following the initial project and the initial forecasted costs (that are, often times, even lower).


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