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Title: How can we justify the resulting gap between planning and implementation of a project developed in a multicultural context? a retrospective analysis.
Authors: Ludwig Merz
Keywords: General Management
Project management
Issue Date: 10-Mar-2020
Publisher: มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล
Citation: 2019
Abstract: The Pilgreens are a group of three students who have united their interests and practical management knowledge to thoroughly plan a four-month ecological travel within an electric-powered vehicle. The success of this venture partly relied on the collection of about a EUR 60,000 budget and the promotion of electric mobility. In this regard, they have set up an official French-based NPO_ to better account for their activities. The organization is built on the foundation of an environmentally-friendly vision: To be a global driver of electric mobility through the promotion of sustainable projects in developing countries. This document will provide you with information regarding the Pilgreens’ business development, and an analysis that will help you understand how the team has been dealing with the difficulties encountered. Indeed, while most of the project plan requirements were fulfilled and allowed the three students to depart from Bangkok at the beginning of August 2015, the two-month delay that occurred in implementing the project was due to some specific factors, sometimes unforeseen. In this paper these factors will be analyzed in detail.
Other Identifiers: TP GM.016 2019
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