I’m very much looking forward to speaking at the Eastern Iowa chapter of the PMI in Cedar Rapids during their Professional Development Day event on Friday, October 20th. We’ll be talking about how to increase resource capacity; one of my favorite topics. For those who are attending the event, please make sure to say hello. For those interested in the PMI Eastern Iowa event, visit PMIEasternIowa.org/events/event-listing/meetings/2017-professional-development-day.
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 Buckminster Fuller. If you are going to the Global Congress and would like to talk to me in person, please…
I will be speaking in Toronto Ontario on Tuesday May 15th to speak at the Micrososft Project Users Group meeting which is scheduled to coincide with the end of ProjectWorld. I’ll be speaking about “Timesheet options with Microsoft Project and Project Server”. See this post for location and attendance information . Hope to see you there!
I will be in Toronto Ontario on Monday, May 14th to speak at ProjectWorld. The subject is: “Getting more resource capacity without spending more money”. See this post for location and registration information for ProjectWorld. Hope to see you there!
I will be speaking at the Oracle Application Users Group – Collaborate 12 in Las Vegas on Tuesday, April 24th . The subject is: Using Best Timesheet Practices to increase your resource capacity. See this post for location information information about Collaborate. Hope to see you there!
I will be in Ann Arbor, MI on Monday, April 16th to speak at the Huron Valley PMI Chapter. The subject is: Increasing your project resource capacity without increasing your project resource costs. See this post for location information and contact info for the Huron Valley PMI Chapter. Hope to see you there!