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The price of inaction is far greater than the cost of making a mistake. ~ Meister Eckhart

A mystic theologian seems a rather odd person to quote for a project management blog. Especially a philosopher/theologian who lived before the Reformation of the 16th century and the Enlightenment a century or two later, when Rational Thinking became central to work and life. 1,048 more words

PM Quotes

Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes... ~ Peter F. Drucker

I use the word “Compliance” vs. “Commitment.” I think commitment is still too weak of a term when you think about getting people to finance your project and actually do the work on your activities or work packages. 462 more words

Microsoft Project Server

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Some resist #change – a few capitalize on it. Reasons people resist change: http://ow.ly/kr3z304YUyQ

Customer comments

““Great class! Well worth the time. Don’t know how I’ve been accomplishing things without this knowledge.”

— Houlihan’s Restaurant, Kansas City, Missouri

““I would like to thank you for a great training experience last week!

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Microsoft Project Server

Microsoft Project Server and Microsoft Project Training at Your Location

Traditionally, most management and software related training has been conducted onsite at your location or locations. We have been doing most of our training that way for the last 20 years and have trained thousands of EPM project managers, administrators, executives, resource managers, and team members in North America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. 184 more words

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Models for Deploying Microsoft Project Server (EPM, PPM)

Our clients run the full range of project management maturity, and they are in different maturity levels in their experience with Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management tools like Microsoft Project, Excel, SharePoint Services, and Project Server, and they are often implementing Microsoft Project Sever to reach quite different organizational goals. 212 more words

Microsoft Project Server