MEET OUR BLACK BELT MANAGER (QUALITY DEPARTMENT)


 

Name: Adrian Dinca

 

Skills: Influencing, Analytical, Project Management, Leadership

 

If I were 18 again: I would read more magazines and books about personal development, leadership and business (Clayton Christensen, John Maxwell, etc) and I would engage in more international experiences (like Erasmus). I would try to study one year abroad in order to better understand other cultures, their passions and motivations (many of the Romanian universities offer this possibility). Besides these I would engage in more leading activities and I would take advantage of the spare time I have by participating in more events, workshops that would help me extend my network and improve my aptitudes. Overall I am satisfied with the way I evolved, I have no regrets.  I got a job in my second year of studies, it was a great challenge to combine work and studies, but it gave me the chance to learn many things and develop.  Nothing is better than extraordinary people who notice your mistakes, give you advice, help you overcome your challenges, involve you in global project, with the opportunities of leading teams! These are things one needs to experience.

 

Where do I see myself in 10 years: I hope to be as motivated as I am today, maybe in an executive position or leading my own company. I do wish to successfully combine my work and family and be surrounded by the same wonderful people that are now around me. I do not think it’s possible to know where you will be in 5 years – I did not imagine becoming a Black Belt, but maybe this is one of the ways to success – be opened to change and find a place that encourages your development.

 

Role Model: My high-school math teacher, Mihai Ion

 

Education: I studied FABIZ German at ASE and then an English Master program in Business Administration.

Adrian Dinca, PMP
2014-12-13 06:15:51

sadly it doesn't come with a belt but I bought a few to give sense to my role :) (fyi, Lean Six Sigma is a Japanese methodology taking inspiration from Karate)rnrnanyway, with a bit of dedication, being in the right place & very little luck I'm sure everyone could achieve this! all the best!

Matei Vlad Laurentiu
2014-11-30 19:49:10

I know it might be a silly question : Do you receive an actual black belt? :). Beside from that question, I imagine it must of took a lot of hard work and determination to get to this point. Well done, you have my respect :)!

Diana Dumbrava
2014-11-25 13:14:25

He has his point there!

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sadly it doesn't come with a belt but I bought a few to give sense to my role :) (fyi, Lean Six Sigma is a Japanese methodology taking inspiration from Karate)rnrnanyway, with a bit of dedication, being in the right place & very little luck I'm sure everyone could achieve this! all the best!

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