Ing. (M.A.) University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
Dana Hague graduated from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague and spent a year at the University of Toronto in environmental research where she developed interest in computer modeling.
Upon her return to Prague she joined the Procter & Gamble IT department and focused on sales and marketing information systems. In 1998 she relocated to Brussels, Belgium to join the regional technology solution consulting team and in 2000 to Singapore where she spent 10 years in Procter & Gamble and Hewlett-Packard working on regional IT projects. The last three years of her career she worked as Knowledge Advisor for the Asia Pacific region training and implementing knowledge management processes, performing business analyses and developing organizational learning programs. Dana relocated back to the Czech Republic in 2010 and has since been working as management skills lecturer offering classes in Knowledge Management, Project Management, Outsourcing Processes, Multicultural communications, and others.
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