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Tractebel InMotion – Sport against Corona blues

Sport has always been important to me! I especially enjoy running. The integration of sport into my daily life since I was a teenager has helped me improve and develop certain key skills such as patience, discipline, commitment, perseverance and determination. They also play a role in my daily routine. During the pandemic, though, sport …

Never a dull moment in the life of a project director

I have been working for the Mahaweli Water Security Investment Program (MWSIP) for 7 years and now we have past the two-thirds mark. I will give you a quick recap: The MWSIP is a multi-billion dollar water resources development investment program being financed by the Government of Sri Lanka and Asian Development Bank to transfer …

Connection or Relation?

Connection or Relation? Can video calls replace personal business trips? My conclusion after another eight months of the pandemic. In my last blog post, “Project Management in the Covid-19 Era”, I reported on the changing work situation due to Corona. Circumstances have eased somewhat since then. Many people, countries, and governments are beginning to know …

One recruiting team – two worlds

“Good employees are the backbone of a company.” In the age of skills shortages and Corona, this cannot be taken for granted. Nevertheless, business should continue, corporate goals should be achieved, and staff growth should not stagnate. This requires innovative recruiting strategies. What does recruiting mean? Originally, the term comes from the military and refers …

Engineering for Climate Change in the City of Lights

What is more enriching than holiday? A professional stay abroad! Tractebel’s Young Professionals Programme (YPP) really does open an incredible world of opportunity for engineers like me: fresh out of university and ready to put my talent to work. One week after my return from Uganda on a major hydroelectric project I blogged about earlier, …