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Goran Bokun

Project Manager

Goran Bokun

Project Manager

Making sure that Inchoo team builds the best eCommerce solution for the client, respecting the timeframe and budget, that’s Goran’s job as a Project Manager. Establishing a deep understanding of the client’s business, organizing the work for our teams and controlling the quality, his multitasking skills are tested every day.

Choosing a career in IT means a life-long effort in learning. Goran knows that, since his competencies range from computer programming to technical consulting, soft skills and general management. At his previous workplace in Siemens, Goran was a Product Manager. That gave him the opportunity to experience and understand what it takes to manage complex projects and products such as ERPs, billing systems, prepaid energy products and localization systems.

In addition to his day job at Inchoo, Goran is an associate lecturer at University of Osijek, lecturing on courses Project Management, Software Engineering and Operating Systems at Department of Mathematics and Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology.

Kayaking, hiking, biking, you call for the activity and he’s there. Alone or with his also very energetic family! When he’s not keeping his body active, Goran is enjoying a good read or a documentary. Science, philosophy, technology, history or SF – everything listed intrigues him.

Latest posts by Goran Bokun

Keeping an eye on small things in eCommerce projects Oct 31, 2017 | Posted in eCommerce Talk, Magento, Magento 2, Tips, Tips

When managing projects, one usually focuses on big things: biggest costs, biggest features, biggest risks, etc. The same is with building an eCommerce site – the biggest, most important things are, well, most important.

But large topics are not the be-all and end-all of the project.

In this post, we will illustrate how tiny issues can have an outsized influence on the project. Through analysis of several examples from our experience, we will try to understand how small perturbations shape the course of the project.

So let’s start with something totally relevant, let’s start with – Napoleon. Continue reading