SOP for Project Management

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 203
  • Published : October 5, 2014
Open Document
Text Preview
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

“Operations keep the lights on, strategy provides a light at the end of the tunnel, but project management is the train engine that moves the organization forward.” This statement made by a peer of mine at workplace had a long lasting impression on me and changed the way I look at my current projects. The gist of the statement made me believe in the power of managing a project. This urge to acquire knowledge and manage it has paved way for me to take the next step towards pursuing Masters of Project Management.

Right from childhood the why’s and how’s played an important role in my learning. The enigma of life has always fascinated me. The unabated technological advances in the field of science have opened up growth opportunities in newer dimensions. To shine in the revolutionary workplace of tomorrow, one has to have perfect combination of theory and practical knowledge. Biotechnology is the field of future that is beneficial to the individual as well as the society. I wanted to be an element of innovation in this field, which is creating a better tomorrow for everyone. To do this, I needed to arm myself with requisite knowledge which an undergraduate program could furnish. Curiosity turned into interest and I joined Vellore Institute of Technology for my bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology. During my undergraduate studies, 'Molecular Biology' and 'Genetics' evoked my keen interest. I found the techniques involved in Molecular Biology including Recombinant Technology fascinating. Confidence in me is one of my biggest strengths, one which I developed when I took many seminars in my class, had to ensure that they were well explored, lucid and crisp, and delivered with confidence in an easily comprehensible language. Other than the theory papers, my undergraduate program had good lab programs which acted as a catalyst to my desire of assimilating to the maximum from the coursework....
tracking img