ProjectWorld comes to Orlando!

I’m very proud to announce that I have joined the ProjectWorld*Business Analyst World Orlando Advisory Board as we work together to bring Project World Business Analyst World to Orlando in  2017!  I’m working with new friends on the board and old friends at Diversified who organize the Project World conferences around the world.  My association with […]

When is the solution complete?

There I am at the PMI 2016 Global Congress in San Diego listening to keynote speaker Sue Gardner.  Ms. Gardner’s resume is enough to make you pause and take notice.  She has worked with numerous Silicon Valley companies including Wikimedia who run the famous Wikipedia.  She has been on Fortune Magazine’s 100 Most Powerful Women […]

Stand by San Diego – I’ll be there for the PMI Global Congress

As I mentioned here in the blog earlier this year, I will be speaking next week in San Diego at the prestigious Project Management Institute’s Global Congress North America. On Tuesday, September 27 at 9am I’ll be presenting a paper called “Just call me Trim Tab” discussing the lessons project managers can learn from famed futurist […]

Links for attendees at PMI-MN

For those of you who attended my session on Setting Project Business Priorities in the Minnesota PMI’s Professional Development Days conference this week, you may be interested in the link I promised. Here is the link to the Pairwise comparison spreadsheet we used in today’s exercise: Once again, thanks to everyone who attended today.

It’s time to visit the Twin Cities

Next week I’ll have the pleasure of visiting the Minneapolis/St-Paul area to speak at the Minnesota chapter of the PMI as they host their Professional Development Days event.  I’ve been asked to speak on two subjects and I’m only too happy to do so.  On Wednesday, September 14th I’ll be talking about Creating Business Prioritization for Projects and […]

Critical Chain – It’s everywhere and you may not like it

Years ago, when most of us in the project management software industry were discussing critical path theory and how resource levelling should work, a new paradigm emerged called Critical Chain.  It was developed by Eliyahu Goldratt.  The issues that caused Critical Chain theory to evolve were sound.  The problem with Resource Levelling is that it […]