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PMI Numbers–PMP and other Certifications

BY: Collin Quiring A few years ago, I posted some information about PMI (Project Management Institute) membership and PMP (Project Management Professional) certifications and other data that they routinely share.  (That post is here: http://dld.bz/dnY2z... (more...)

First Impressions from the Project Conference

By:  Collin Quiring Three of us from PMP Specialists went to the Microsoft Project Conference 2014 in Anaheim, California.  It was a great time for all of us.  We met and got to know some new folks and we got re-acquainted with some friends in the... (more...)

OPM3 and Project Server – Microsoft Project Conference 2014

By: Collin Quiring Tim Gryder and I are honored to be presenting OPM3 concepts in relationship to Microsoft Project Server 2013 at the Microsoft Project Conference in California in 2014!  Here is the abstract for our session. The Organizational Project... (more...)

Does the organization play together? (Part 5 of 5 – Potential Solutions)

BY: Collin Quiring In part four (click here) we talked about some of the technology constraints, or freedoms, that can be realized that either hinder, or help, an organization present a unified approach between various departments.  An organization doesn’t... (more...)

Does the organization play together? (Part 4 of 5 – The Technology)

BY: Collin Quiring In part three (click here) we talked about how disciplines that certain departments may concentrate upon can actually deter the organization as a whole. Of course, the discipline that you work in and are certified in is probably the... (more...)

Does the organization play together? (Part 3 of 5 – The Disciplines)

BY: Collin Quiring In part two (click here) we ended with an example of how departments of an organization can become myopic and think that their level of expertise for how they do their specific functions is greater than the whole organization.  We... (more...)

Does the organization play together? (Part 2 of 5 – Setting Expectations)

BY:  Collin Quiring In part one, (click here) we explained how OPM (Organizational Project Management) and OPM3 (Organizational Project Management Maturity from Project Management Institute) helps the entire organization and increases an organization’s... (more...)

Does the organization play together? (Part 1 of 5 – The Concept)

BY:  Collin Quiring I sometimes feel like George Costanza on Seinfeld when he talks about Worlds Colliding!  For most organizations, no single area can work in isolation.  Everything affects everything.  But, some organizations become so large or... (more...)