Project Management in a Technology Start Up

Chris Gilson is the Lead Mechanical Designer at 2G Robotics in Waterloo, a recently established company that specialises in underwater inspection systems. Chris discusses how project management was undertaken in his company when they developed the ULS – 500 underwater laser scanner. The laser scanner replaces classical camera and sonar inspection and is described by Chris in his video interview.

Chris argues that in a lean start up there is no room for classic project management roles but rather that every engineer must be their own project manager and collaborate with other team members to make a project successful.

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