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Nov 22, 2010

Your Reading List ...

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Human Capital, Project Management Office (PMO), Resource Optimization, Site News | 1 Comment

As usual, a flurry of book releases coincided with the fall project management conferences, and PM Solutions made a strong showing with multiple publications of new content and thought leadership.Most importantly, of course, the Second Edition of Kent Crawford's seminal work, The Strategic Project Office, came out just before the PMI Global Congress… Read More »

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As usual, a flurry of book releases coincided with the fall project management conferences, and PM Solutions made a strong showing with multiple publications of new content and thought leadership.Most importantly, of course, the Second Edition of Kent Crawford's seminal work, The Strategic Project Office, came out just before the PMI Global Congress… Read More »

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Oct 11, 2010

Project Management on the Potomac: Making Waves

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Human Capital, Project Management Office (PMO), Strategy Execution | 1 Comment

The PMI Global Congress is better this year than ever: venue, food, and ease-of-use have all been upgraded. But it's in the selection of speakers and array of presentations that it really shows a marked upturn.First of all: Bill Clinton was awesome as the kickoff keynote speaker. In challenging the project management profession… Read More »

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The PMI Global Congress is better this year than ever: venue, food, and ease-of-use have all been upgraded. But it's in the selection of speakers and array of presentations that it really shows a marked upturn.First of all: Bill Clinton was awesome as the kickoff keynote speaker. In challenging the project management profession… Read More »

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Oct 8, 2010

PM College Webinar Participants’ Questions Show that Companies are Eager to Implement Competency … and Measure Its Impact

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Human Capital, Performance Measurement | 0 Comments

Because I am already familiar with much of the content presented in our webinar series, it's the interactive portions of the program – the polls and questions from participants – that always hold the most interest for me.The questions posed by participants in last week's PM College webinar were no exception. One… Read More »

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Because I am already familiar with much of the content presented in our webinar series, it's the interactive portions of the program – the polls and questions from participants – that always hold the most interest for me.The questions posed by participants in last week's PM College webinar were no exception. One… Read More »

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Sep 13, 2010

A Solid Foundation Builds A Winning PMO

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin in Human Capital, Project Management Office (PMO) | 1 Comment

Nearly a decade ago, I conducted an interview with the leader of what was, at the time, a unique PMO on the Center of Excellence model. We had looked around to find an organization that was a "best-practice" leader in the area of creating career paths for project managers. At the time, that organization had… Read More »

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Nearly a decade ago, I conducted an interview with the leader of what was, at the time, a unique PMO on the Center of Excellence model. We had looked around to find an organization that was a "best-practice" leader in the area of creating career paths for project managers. At the time, that organization had… Read More »

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