I have to be quite honest, but I can't really remember much about this job. I remember being astounded that O'Hooligan's boss wanted me as his deputy. The job was to manage all the Programmes that the division (and I can't remember the name of the Division!) was running, and ensure they came in on time and budget. Part of that was to ensure that they met their quality obvectives too.
I suppose I must have done a reasonable job at it. I know I was pleased that I had done all that Economics and Operations Research back in University, at least I understood the principles.
I did it for about a year, and then caught wind that one of the directors who I particularly admired was setting up a new business division, and I asked him if he could find a job for me in it. I was appointed Business Manager.