Quo Vadis?

Qatar has changed a lot during the last few decades… especially since Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani ruled the country in 1995. Population Explosion Qatar’s population was less than 50,000 in 1964, around half a million in 1994, and lately, it grew a lot, notice the jump in 1995: In 2014, the population is about […]

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Project management under the moon

I was discussing a project plan that was supposed to have tasks on the 2nd week of September 2010, I interjected: “either delay or advance that by a week”… She was surprised by my words “a week, why???” I explained to her the concept of Ramadan and Eid, so she also asked “When would you […]

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Useless conferences

I sat so much in full day(s) conferences, most of which I argue are useless. They were mostly designed for people who have heard it before and already agree or are not listening, with no possibility of disagreeing with what is being said. It’s a one-way information flow mechanism where you are one of the […]

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The cake is not a lie

A few days ago I wrote “let’s get crazy!” and I know many young Qataris who just started their careers think that all the cards are stacked against them. I spoke to some people, and read what others wrote online, the general opinion seemed to be: Expats won’t let Qataris learn and progress in their […]

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Let’s get crazy!

httpv:// Seal wrote and performed the song Crazy which I quote below: Only child know… A man decides after seventy years, That what he goes there for, is to unlock the door. While those around him criticize and sleep… And through a fractal on a breaking wall, I see you my friend, and touch your […]

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