Tag Archives: government

Innovation, Government, Sustainability, and Project Management

We recently had a unique opportunity to see the United States’ former CTO (Chief Technical Officer), Aneesh Chopra, discuss his book, “Innovative State” (see image – click on it to go to Chopra’s dedicated site). We also got to briefly discuss our book, Green Project Management with him. Turns out, Mr. Chopra’s dad is a […]

Shutdowns and Stories – Politicians and Puppets

This post is a bit eclectic.  But it all comes together, trust us. Here are four seemingly unrelated, apparently ‘random’ subjects which we intend to tie up in a neat little package: The United States Government’s shutdown A new app for the iPhone A fantastic experience at a Project Management Workshop Hybrid cars and college […]

Lighting up solar projects in the USA

Our US Department of the Interior announced yesterday (16-December-2010) that it has drafted a new environmental policy to expedite large-scale solar power projects in six western states. The policy, known as the Draft Solar Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS), designates 24 sites on public lands in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Utah for […]