Many years ago, when I was a wet behind the ears, fresh out of college engineer at Cummins Engine Company, it occurred to me. A couple of things happened that changed my mindset and set me on this journey. The first was the discovery of a note that I had written to myself when I was 11 years old
As a project manager, one of the highest responsibilities to your organization is minimizing risk and alerting the organization of risks that jeopardize the project objectives. In my experience, the areas with the greatest risk are as follows:
Vendor selection – Companies focused on
Setting Goals – Your Future is Your Responsibility
Something they don’t teach in college is how to set and pursue Goals. It has been proven that people with written and regularly reviewed goals attain significantly higher degrees of happiness than th
How to Run an Effective Meeting
How often do we experience a conference call or meeting that goes astray?
Below are some guidelines to help ensure that you are recognized as a true professional in conducting an effective meeting. This is a
Creating a Master Part for Leak Test Calibration Purposes
The major key to a successful pressure decay (or differential pressure decay) leak test is a proper calibration. This process begins by first creating a known-good part. Let’s start with the basics.