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Hit the Ground, not the Ball

Unlike other sports, in the game of golf, the ball is stationary, and sitting on the ground.   When you swing the golf club at it, the club’s arc bottoms out on the ground.   Therefore, you should pick a spot on the ground you

Cross the “T” to Obtain Your PDUs!

Everyone that holds a project management credential from the US-based Project Management Institute must earn Professional Development Units, i.e., “PDUs”, to maintain those certifications.  You do not want to take these professional exams twice!   PDUs are self-reported through one’s account at www.pmi.org, and PMI

Project Management Nuts and Bolts

In its most recent version of the Project Management Body of Knowledge, the seventh edition, the Project Management Institute defines a “project” as any “temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result” (2021). Temporary means that 1. a project has begin and

Project Management Apples, Oranges, and Grapes

Regardless of what a project will deliver, such as a new or improved Web Site, a new or improved Smartphone, a new datacenter or warehouse, or a new Saturn rover, all projects need planned, resourced, staffed, performed, and controlled.  Controlled means project performance analyzed against

Certify Both Types of Your Military Experience for Maximum Interview Impact

Many transitioning military service members and veterans have experience running things and running teams.  Therefore, presenting both can really enhance their interview performance.  And certifying that experience before hand?  A potential game-changer!   Things.  Examples of things are gage calibration shops, motor pools, dining facilities,