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I’m delighted to be speaking on a couple of different topics at the Minnesota PMI Professional Development Days (PDD) this year. This is the first in-person meeting of the PDD for the PMI-MN in two years and I’m excited to be a part of it. I’ll be speaking about creating a hybrid environment in a session called “Bringing Agile, Project Management and Portfolio Management together” and then a second Symposium Day session called “The Perils…

I’m delighted to have accepted Nathan Latka’s invitation to speak at the upcoming Founder500 conference in Austin Texas on September 1st. This conference focuses on hundreds of top Software as a Service company founders of all sizes. I’m one of only 60+ speakers so I’m a small part of something big but it’s still great to be able to meet folks there and tell a bit of our story at HMS Software. The conference is…

I’m very excited to be in Dallas next week to speak in person at the 14th Annual University of Texas Dallas Project Management Symposium. This is a prestigious event and I couldn’t be happier to have been asked to speak. My topic is: The Pyramid of Project and Resource Management which I’ll be presenting on May 18th. If you will be at the conference, please make sure to say hello!

Yep – that’s me giving an in-person talk at a project management event last year.  I really enjoy getting the chance to give a short course or even a symposium talk when I can.  It’s great to connect directly with others who have the same interests.  This year there will be some changes.  A couple of my upcoming speaking engagements have shifted from in-person events into virtual conferences including: The Minnesota Chapter of the Project…

As expected, I have more changes to report on speaking engagements that I had been asked to speak at have been postponed or changed. The ProjectWorld / Business Analyst World show scheduled for late May in Toronto been rescheduled to December 14-17.  My talk there will be rescheduled to somewhere within those dates.

It’s probably no surprise but thanks to the current situation with Covid-19, some of the project management conferences that I had been asked to speak at have been postponed or changed. The ProjectSummit*BAWorld Orlando which had been scheduled for April 6-8th has been postponed to October 26-28.  I’ll still be speaking at the event, it’ll just be later.  For more information on the event, go to: https://www.pmbaconferences.com/orlando/home.html. UT Dallas PM Symposium 2020 which had been…

I’m looking forward to being back in Dallas next week.  On Tuesday, May 21st, I will be speaking at the 13th Annual UT Dallas Project Management Symposium at the UT Dallas Campus.  This is a big event and I’m delighted to have been asked to speak there.  My topic is “Managing Resource Risk in an Uncertain World”.  If you plan to attend the conference, please make sure to say hello.

I’m delighted to be speaking once again at the Project Summit / Business AnalystWorld in Orlando this year.  The conference will take place March 25-27 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld.  My session is Tuesday, March 26th where my topic is “If you can’t cancel a project, can you really have a portfolio stage gate?  How to cancel a project properly and maximize returns”. If you will be at the conference, please make…

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…