That is a sentiment I often share with my project management students, inspired by an experience I had managing a small project years ago continue reading
PMI-DHC's Monthly Newsletter - Feb. 2, 2018 - Volume 2, Article 6
Reminder! A Last Chance to Nominate
PMI-DHC is seeking three enthusiastic individuals to join the Board of Directors, and shape the direction for the chapter. If you are a member of the chapter in good standing for at least 6 months, and are interested in getting more involved, this opportunity is for you!
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Risk - Early Conversations Make for Better Projects
Every project manager and every project stakeholder deserves some risk management
Thursday, 22nd 2018, 6:30PM-9:00PM
Jim’s statement got me thinking about the tools I have used in my career of over 40 years.I began as a programmer for the Federal Government where intuitively I began to think of isolating certain portions of code for reuse. This reusable code concept became libraries of objects that could be reused in other programs and systems.
In my career, I’ve used management consulting concepts, business analysis tools, strategic IT planning approaches, project management practices, Project Management Office (PMO) theories, and Agile and Scrum procedures.
My LinkedIn profile begins with “A Catalyst for Change”. Change has been a dominant theme in my career. The challenge is to ‘Unthink yourself, your organization to Create New Possibilities’.
“What’s in Your Toolbox?”
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