Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Neuroscience, Project Management and Business

quicker that leaders understand what drives people, what motivates people, how
you best work with people -- the better the outcome for the business.

Notes for this event can be accessed at

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Project Management Discipline and Bellevue University

Imagine my surprise when I saw a LinkedIn article featuring my good friend Brian Grafsgaard. The article was an interview conducted by Dr. Rahim. Brian Grafsgaard was providing a good synopsis of how the project management profession has matured and why organizations are adopting the spectrum of the project management discipline. Brian aptly points out that project management provides a structured approach for implementing strategy through portfolio management while correctly selecting the correct projects to increase the value of the portfolio.
I one time heard Brian state that no corporation has a blank checkbook and that is why project portfolio can help companies. Brian continues this mantra but takes it a step farther to show how project, program, and portfolio should fit together seamlessly to create a culture that is consistently questioning and driving to constantly do the right projects and programs to delight customers and enhance the company's bottom line.
Do yourself a favor and read the article. It is a quick read and if you are like me, you will learn something! Take the risk and read it today.

Sunday, April 16, 2017


Topic:  Personal Branding
            Defining Your Personal Brand and taking control of the message you want to convey.

Listen to a discussion on Personal Branding between Management Expert, Dr. Wanda Curlee and Brand Strategist, Nathalie Gregg about the importance of personal branding for women leadership roles.

Notes from the discussion can be accessed or downloaded by clicking here:

To Listen to the podcast, click here: