Tag Archives: PMO

Proud Frankensteins

          In a way, we’ve felt a little like Dr. Frankenstein, trying to put together a living, breathing body (of knowledge) on sustainability thinking in project management. A small group of us who have labored in this area, writing books, presenting at conferences, starting LinkedIn groups, tweeting, working within our own organizations, […]

Run, Forest, Run!

Our latest blog post from Projects@Work is particularly interesting in that it goes over some recent (and fantastic!) discoveries from the world of life science.  The discoveries are around the way that forests run (thus the lame reference to Forrest Gump in the post title). It’s about connections.  It involves beagles, mushrooms, a critter named […]

A new level for PM

This post is mainly a review for a book by Mel Bost, called, Lessons Learned: Taking Project Management to a New Level.  But it’s also a continuation and amplification of a theme that EarthPM has adopted – project managers need help in advancing and maturing, and that help needs to come from their Project Management […]

Pushmi-pullyu

It’s almost time for New Year’s Resolutions, and we start with best New Year’s wishes for all of our readers and followers.  Happy New Year! What will motivate you and your organizations as you move into this new year and set strategy? In terms of setting projects and programs to become leaner, more efficient, and […]