Author: Guest Blogger


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In our current intensely competitive environment, organizations confront the inevitable choice of achieving and thriving versus declining and even dying. One result of this competition is the tremendous increase in the amount of good ideas as evidenced by the bold initiatives ranging from driver-less vehicles to an entirely new economy based on apps. Regardless of  … Read more »

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Recently, in our webinar, “The 7 Deadly Sins of Project Management” we learned from Justin Rowe, Practice Director at our consulting partner, Lewis Fowler. In the presentation, Justin discussed the sins of project management as well as how to recognize and correct them. This resulted in mass attendee participation in questions, many of them very  … Read more »

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Recently we had the chance to get some insight from the field in a discussion with our partner at Lewis Fowler and a great chance to speak with Amy Fowler Stadler, principal at Lewis Fowler. In our recent partner webinar, Project Portfolio Management in Action, Lewis Fowler covered common use cases for PPM including resource time  … Read more »

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In our recent webinar, “10 Signs You Need to Reinvent Your PMO” our guest speaker Pete Fisher, Vice President Solution Services & CIO at Lewis Fowler explored some red flags for PMO leaders and gave insight as to how to solve some of the biggest challenges. Pete’s multi-faceted career spans 30 years in IT, management consulting, sales  … Read more »

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Remember when summertime was awesome?  I grew up around here and I absolutely loved this time of year.  There was so much to do:  books to read; friends to play with; a bunch of different day camps; hanging out at the Stanford swimming pool, going to Foothills Park for picnics and hiking; biking to Peninsula  … Read more »

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I came across this quote the other day:  “Spend sixteen weeks in the jungle and you being to question your own sanity, especially when you are the one goading everyone else ahead.”  Tahir Shah Have you ever felt that you’re just slogging forward with no clear view beyond what’s right in front of you?  Or  … Read more »

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In “Welcome to Busytown,” the seminal kid’s book by Richard Scarry, the industrious little animal citizens go about their days, doing what each of them is supposed to be doing.  The grocers stock and sell food, doctors and nurses keep everyone healthy, bankers protect the money, the sanitation workers recycle, and the dock and airport  … Read more »