Aisha Mahmood Butt
CELEBRATING WOMEN IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2020 SERIES
Location: Lahore, Pakistan
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Meet Aisha Mahmood Butt – CEO & Founder of Knowledge Hub. She was the first female branch manager of an internet company, converting analog system to digital, Brain NET 1999. She was the first female branch manager of a multinational computer education centre, APTECH 2001. First Female Project Manager who implemented University Management System which included all ERP modules, University of Lahore 2009_14. First Pakistani Woman who got training and certificate from SAP Head Office Dubai on Student Learning Hub especially designed for university students, 2015. She got PMP training from Harvard University Professor in DESCON Lahore. Conducted First SAP S4 HANA Finance training in Lahore from 1st Pakistani SAP S4 Hana Certified Consultant CANADA. She was nominated for Islamabad Women Chamber of Commerce, Khadija Awards and received “Women in Tech’ award from WCCI Lahore and PBIT Nov 2019. Penalist in Google women’s day 8th March NIC LUMS and Judge in University of Central Punjab, Lahore. She is teaching E Commerce and ‘Enterprise Resource Planning’ in GC University Lahore. She is appointed as WED Pakistan “Women’s Entrepreneurship Day 2019” Lahore, Pakistan Ambassador. She is also member of Lahore Women Chamber of Commerce.
Today she is Project Management Consultant, Trainer, Mentor, Educationist and Career Adviser. She has proved herself successful in every diverse internet technology endeavor. She is working on the development of youth and making them employable and able to earn a respectable livelihood.
What is your project management super power?
Project Delivery, project Communication, project staff management.
How can gender diversity be improved in the project management profession?
Making good teams of skilled people with a good understanding of their work both male and female.
As the profession evolves, what skills do you think will be key for future success?
Leadership skills, vision, problem solving, decision making, data analysis, visualization, negotiation skills.
How do you recover from difficult situations?
By focusing on finding the actual reason of the situation and how can overcome, design thinking, out of the box.
What are your tips and techniques for conflict resolution?
Listen carefully, give the confidence to create a comfort level, bridge the gap, put your feet in others shoes.
Which 3 words best describe why you enjoy being a project manager?
Plan and manage multimillion-dollar projects, aligning business goals with technology solutions, process improvements, competitive advantage and bottom-line gains.
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