Monthly Archives: February 2014

Leadership Lessons From a Little Snow

Originally posted on ChrisHuff.Net:
My friend Jimmy shared 3 observations…or leadership lessons…that came out of the traffic meltdown in Atlanta this week.¬† I thought they were worth sharing: 1) People generally made good decisions, but they made them too…

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Using Earned Value

This post is the continuation of a series of articles I started last year on measuring performance beyond the traditional approach. So if you’ve read”Getting to the Nuts and Bolts”, and the subsequent posts on the WBS, RAMs,and the OBS,

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To all my readers

Sorry to have been away for so long, I’ll be blogging a continuation of my project management articles soon! thanks for being a follower and see you soon.

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