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Published in "Project Times" website, July, 2011 Click here for original article. Project management has become an urgent priority! In the last few years, I’ve yet to see a client or talk with a business contact who hasn’t been concerned about achieving the results of key projects – on [...]

Project Management Priorities

Published in "Project Times" website, June, 2011 Click here for original article. In my 20 years of experience both as a former VP of Operations and a business consultant and entrepreneur, I've run across many different companies in different industries with different people, different processes and different systems, and [...]

2024-06-15T14:11:46-07:00June 22, 2011|Categories: In The News, Project Management|Tags: , , , |

Project Requirements Documents – Why Bother?

Published in "Project Times" website, June, 2011 Click here for original article. In today’s new “normal” business environment characterized by lackluster sales and strained liquidity with elevated customer expectations, there is no room for project failure.  Companies need every dollar of increased sales or reduced costs in order to [...]

How Do You Know if Your Project is On Track?

Published in "Project Times" website, May, 2011 Click here for original article. In my recent speech to a project management special interest group in Silicon Valley, a few participants raised some intriguing questions about how to ensure your project is on track.  As it’s a timeless topic yet vital [...]

Are you Buried in Unrealistic Project Demands?

Published in "Project Times" website, April, 2011 Click here for original article. Your customer or project recipient calls and says, “I need this project milestone completed by Friday”.  You respond, “We need until the following Tuesday to meet your expectations.”  So, after a bit more conversation where you think [...]

2024-06-15T03:24:01-07:00April 27, 2011|Categories: In The News, Project Management|Tags: , , , |

Case Study of a Project Failure

Published in "Project Times" website, March, 2011 Click here for original article. Those companies who invested during the last three recessions have passed by their competition who didn’t invest!  If you survived through the recession and are working to leverage the recovery with a few key projects, there’s no [...]

2024-06-15T13:01:41-07:00March 29, 2011|Categories: In The News, Project Management|Tags: , , , |

Keys to Program Management Success

Published in "Project Times" website, March, 2011 Click here for original article. After stagnating during the recession, executives are anxious to find ways to take advantage of the recovery to drive bottom line results and surpass the competition.  However, there are typically no obvious or easy answers.  Thus, it [...]

Lessons Learned from Awful Project Managers

Published in "Project Times" website, February, 2011 Click here for original article. After leading and participating in hundreds of projects in multiple companies, industries, and countries, I’ve found that there is as much if not more to learn by observing awful project managers than exceptional project managers.  I’d be [...]

2024-06-15T03:20:58-07:00February 15, 2011|Categories: In The News, Project Management|Tags: , , , |

Leverage the Recovery

Published in "Project Times" website, February, 2011 Click here for original article. As the stock market continues to climb and sales figures are strong, it is apparent we are in a recovery.  Regardless of whether the recovery lasts for 1 month, 1 quarter, 1 year or longer, the opportunity [...]

Jump Start Your Project in the New Year

Published in "Project Times" website, January, 2011 Click here for original article. Projects often stall during the holiday season – or, at best, lose momentum. Typically, businesses are consumed in covering vacation schedules, dealing with last minute customer questions or crises (which somehow always seem to come up the [...]

2024-06-15T03:19:24-07:00January 5, 2011|Categories: In The News, Project Management|Tags: , , , , |
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