Meg Infiorati – Low-tech Project Management


Meg Infiorati spent 5 years in Nepal and describes training people in project management who are completely unfamiliar with the concepts. Three key recommendations are given relating to language, participation and scope.

Meg Infiorati received her PhD in Organizational Psychology from Walden University in 2010 and her master’s certification from PMI in 2002. She recently returned from Nepal after 5 years. While in Nepal, Dr. Infiorati taught at Tribhuvan University and various junior colleges, as well as for organizations including the US Embassy, USAID, USIP and London Chamber of Commerce and Industry. She focused on project management, communication, leadership, conflict management, risk planning, and intercultural and interfaith project planning. She implemented a guide to basic project processes, translated into Nepali, now in use by various NGO partners and the Nepal All Religion Cooperation Committee.

This interview is available onĀ The PM Channel.


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