Monthly Archives: November 2011

We could use a little help

We need you. Please help us out by lending us just a moment of your time and going to this site, and signing our petition which would ask that PMI consider sustainability thinking in the rework of the upcoming 5th Edition of the PMBOK(R) Guide and any changes to the PMI Code of Ethics and […]

Level-headed irony

  The irony for this blog post is quite amazing.  Astounding, actually. I’m writing this blog post from a friend’s house, because a freak snowstorm in the northeastern US caused thousands of trees and major branches to fall on electrical transmission wires (due to excess weight from wet snow). I had no backup power.  No […]

The Sky is Falling – May be time to heed the warnings

We’ve tend to stay neutral when it comes to the global climate change debate, although we have tried to arm you with the information we believed you, as project managers, need to make sure you can take advantage of any projects that may arise as a result of any mitigation strategies.  Today, we heard about a […]