Deasún did the PMP exam in 2004 because he found that potential clients wanted more than a CV to prove project management competence, based on experience gained since the mid-eighties. Similarly, his recent PMI-ACP was to provide potential clients with confirmation of his agile credentials, based on years of experience.
In the years since then Deasún have supported professionals to implement their projects with the classical combination of consulting, coaching, mentoring and training. Since the mid-nineties, his client base has spread out to several European, African, Asian and North American companies. Since the pandemic, the work is mostly remote and includes the last continent (Latin America).
In the years in between, Deasún has joined the board of PMI Switzerland with responsibility for Education, then went on to 3 different global PMI roles. At present Deasún is back with the PMIEF, mentoring groups in Greece, Albania and Italy.