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Transformation Can’t Be Forced, but You Can Give It a Nudge

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Transformation Can't Be Forced, but You Can Give It a Nudge

Mark Mullaly – May 21, 2018 Mark Mullaly is president of Interthink Consulting Incorporated, an organizational development and change firm specializing in the creation of effective organizational project management solutions. Since 1990, it has worked with companies throughout North America to develop, enhance and implement effective project management tools, processes...

ProjectManagement.com – The Challenge of Change

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ProjectManagement.com - The Challenge of Change

Mike Donoghue – May 21, 2018 Mike Donoghue is a member of a multinational information technology corporation where he collaborates on the communications guidelines and customer relationship strategies affecting the interactions with internal and external clients. He has analyzed, defined, designed and overseen processes for various engagements including product usability and...

ProjectManagement.com – Practical Portfolio Optimization

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ProjectManagement.com - Practical Portfolio Optimization

Vladimir Shnaydman – May 21, 2018 Vladimir Shnaydman, PhD, is president of ORBee Consulting. Dr. Shnaydman holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science, a master’s degree in applied mathematics and operations research, and doctoral degree in engineering. He has contributed to many industries such as biotechnology, computer...

TPM: A New Kind of Program Manager

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TPM: A New Kind of Program Manager

Mario Gerard Puget Sound Chapter – May 21, 2018 Mario Gerard, PMP, is a principal technical program manager at Oracle in Seattle. As more organizations seek to build the latest and greatest tech advances, many of them are seeking a new type of program manager: a technical program manager (TPM). Though this is a relatively recent role in the tech industry, TPMs have gained...

ProjectManagement.com – Agile’s Secret Sauce

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ProjectManagement.com - Agile's Secret Sauce

Emil Schnabel – May 21, 2018 Emil is a computer scientist with a keen interest in agile methodologies, operational research and the information technology industry. My journey as a student of agile started about 17 years ago, just after those visionaries signed the Agile Manifesto at the Snowbird Ski Resort in Utah’s Wasatch Mountain Range (Beck et al., 2001). Through the years...

Strategic Lessons Learned From a Battle-Hardened Project Manager

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Strategic Lessons Learned From a Battle-Hardened Project Manager

George Freeman PMI Chicagoland Chapter – May 17, 2018 George Freeman, PMP, is a seasoned IT project manager and leader who has worked in the software industry for nearly four decades, including over 25 years of project management. He has significant experience and expertise in enterprise information systems, data, and business architectures, and is an advocate for “business and...

Behavioral Skills to Translate Vision Into Reality

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Behavioral Skills to Translate Vision Into Reality

Kumar S. Bangalore India Chapter – May 16, 2018 Kumar Srikant, PMP, is an educator/trainer in Bangalore. Many project management professionals today—across various education and experience backgrounds—are articulate on artificial intelligence, machine learning, the internet of things and blockchain technology. While this is quite remarkable (and a definite sign of the era we are...

Topic Teasers Vol. 106: Hidden Easter Eggs in PMBOK® Guide—Sixth Edition

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Topic Teasers Vol. 106: Hidden Easter Eggs in PMBOK® Guide—Sixth Edition

Barbee Davis – May 16, 2018 I’m just slammed at work and I’m ashamed to admit that I don’t have time to go through the new A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). I know that they’ve added the Agile Practice Guide, but is there anything I absolutely must know in order to keep my job, do good projects and keep my skills up to date? I need the six simple...

The Unanchored Project Manager Vol. 2: Planning Life as an Unanchored PM

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The Unanchored Project Manager Vol. 2: Planning Life as an Unanchored PM

Michael Huber – May 16, 2018 Michael is a technical project/program management manager. The driving motivation for writing this series is to inspire your ideas and fuel the creativity within you. I was happy to receive the emails and comments from my previous article, all of which I fully appreciated and took time to digest and reply to (thank you all!). Most of these questions...

Cultural Diversity and Business Performance

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Cultural Diversity and Business Performance

Cristian Anitei – May 16, 2018 For more than 15 years, Cristian has been involved in various product development, enabling technology and business management initiatives. He has an MBA with a major in Business Information Systems and a Master of Aerospace Engineering degree, (both from the University of Washington), as well as certificates in Systems Engineering and Data Science...

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