On my way to Dallas for the PMI Symposium

I’ll be headed to Dallas tomorrow (May 17) to speak at the Dallas PMI Chapter’s Symposium.  I’ll be talking about one of my favorite subjects, how to increase resource capacity without hiring.  It’s always a pleasure to speak with people who have similar business challenges about how to overcome them and I learn something new […]

A busy springtime

It’s been a busy time around here.  Aside from a may product release at HMS as we launched TimeControl 7.3, I’ve had some other activities underway.  This week I was delighted to be able to do a talk with the ProjectSummit*Business Analyst World conference in Orlando.  I do some volunteer time with the advisory board […]

Can you be the same but different?

“Can your system help us? We have two distinct groups.” This is a remarkably common request here at HMS. In our case we’re talking about how to take care of timesheet collection for multiple groups using our TimeControl timesheet system but the request is common to many project management environments.  This comes up whenever we […]

Why not start with Resource Capacity?

I get this question on a regular basis, “Why can’t I just start with Resource Capacity Planning? That’s all I want from our EPM anyway.” In many lectures when I talk about what is Enterprise Project Management, I show a collection of possible definitions. Perhaps EPM is just system compliance, where everyone uses the same […]