Pulse Magazine

Pulse is a bi-lingual Business Publication focused on raising awareness of the profession and practice of project management in Myanmar – We are bringing international level content and inspiration to businesses in Myanmar. T
14 Nov 2019

eSIM: A Nascent Technology to Watch

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After the launch of new iPhones, one of Myanmar’s telecoms, Mytel, has introduced eSIM technology for the first time. The technology currently nascent internationally is now available in the Myanmar and anyone who has an iPhone XR, XS or XS Max and other compatible devices can...
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24 Oct 2019

10 Golden rules for new project managers

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The job of project manager is a challenging one; however, it need not be stressful if you follow these ten golden rules.  Rule 1: Develop a Strong Business Case Ensure you have a strong business case for your project, with high-level support from your sponsor. The...
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17 Oct 2019

LEARNING FROM PROJECT FAILURES

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~ By Kenneth Darter As project managers, some of the most important lessons we learn come from failures. Whether the entire project failed, or part of it failed, or even if the project succeeded in spite of a big failure on the part of the project...
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9 Oct 2019

Avoid These 5 Common Issues When Estimating Project Work

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The customer wants new work to be done on the project that isn’t currently part of the scope. Or perhaps the project hasn’t started yet. You’re still putting time and energy into creating your master schedule – building solid work estimates that will turn into timeframes...
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21 Aug 2019

The Tourist Burma Building – Turquoise Mountain

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Established in 2006, Turquoise Mountain started in Afghanistan restoring damaged building such as the Institute of Afghan Arts and Architecture. After expanding to Myanmar, the Turquoise Mountain team originally cut their construction teeth on a restoration project on Merchant Street that started in 2015. As the...
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20 Aug 2019

Rebuilding For The Future

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While many of the heritage buildings across Yangon are left to face the elements and become ever more derelict and damaged, a select few are undergoing intense restoration processes to restore their former grandeur and make them fit for purpose once more. Issy D’Arcy Clark digs...
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