The Energy Management System

Webster’s dictionary defines a system as; a regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole.  It’s only been in the last 30 years that our day to day vernacular has associated the word system with a computer.  The same can be said for the phrase Energy Management System, just because the word system is embedded, it doesn’t necessarily mean that...

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Achieving the Agile Business – Part 1

How many times have we heard, speed is everything?  We must move quickly to identify new market opportunities, bring new products to market, adapt to competitive pressure, differentiate our business, increase our service levels, and decrease our cost to market. There is constant pressure to adapt and change in these and many other areas and do it quickly.…

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“Value Based” Project Management

One of the buzzwords I’ve been reflecting on recently is the term Value Based Project Management.  I started to think about what that term means to me not necessarily what the market is buzzing about.  Most all of us have been schooled on the core concepts of project management.  Having an in depth knowledge of what is a task, duration, resource allocation, critical path and other...

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The Power of Focus

Over the years I’ve had the pleasure of participating in more implementation efforts than I would care to recall. A common factor in nearly all of them is that I’m asked to get involved once Management, usually Executive Management, has finally come to the realization that things just might not be going so well. …

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