Hot Topic: Process Discipline

As your votes continue to come in on where you need the most help to drive IMPACT, we have gathered that process discipline is another hot topic that we need help with. Trouble shoot and find real world solutions to your process discipline by discovering the why your PMOs are failing before they ever get […]

Are you a Project Manager or an IMPACT Driver?

The Project Management profession is shifting in some very important ways…are you ready? The world is seeing an accelerating speed of innovation as problem solver and change happening at an almost frenetic pace. Companies are going through transformations almost as a matter of course and it’s hard to keep up. But this is our golden […]

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Because I wish I had me when I was you…

I am thrilled to be able to announce the launch of our IMPACT Inner Circle community and membership program to help you Get. It. Done. When I was in your shoes, I spent countless hours looking for resources, templates, tools, methodology, training programs, and guidance to help me address both my day-to-day needs as a […]

What is a PMO and do I need one?

There’s a lot of buzz (some good and some bad) about PMOs. Do they work? Are they a waste of time? Will they truly help me achieve the business outcomes I’m looking for? To determine whether or not a PMO is the right solution to your business challenges or why the one you have might […]

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Stakeholder Engagement

Thank you to all who answered our recent survey questions! Based on the feedback, stakeholder engagement is a hot topic. Let me help you drive high impact results via stakeholder engagement. Here are a few very informative articles that can help you build stronger and more productive relationships with your stakeholders.

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Are you doing progressive elaboration or perpetual elaboration?

When I was teaching my Project Management training to a client last week, my client said something that stuck with me, “Our problem isn’t progressive elaboration, it’s perpetual elaboration. We will analyze and over analyze and spend so much time trying to break down the work that we forget to do the work.” Such a […]

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The Project Doesn’t End with Closure

Most people will tell you that their project life cycle looks something like the process groups that PMI defines as: Initiating, Planning, Executing, and Closing – while ensuring you are Monitoring and Controlling all variables to ensure quality outcomes. Sound familiar? Yes, those are fine phases for a project life cycle, but they are leaving […]