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Don’t dress like Magneto

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Tip #1 – Don’t dress like Magneto from the X-Men comics. (See picture)

There are so few project management roles where this is appropriate attire anymore. Sad, really. The last time I wore my spider man costume to an interview…

Interview with Peter Taylor

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Peter Taylor (Rugby) is the head of a Project Management Office for Siemens PLM Software, a company specialising in Product Lifecycle Management. Despite his title of ‘The Lazy Project Manager’ Peter Taylor is in fact a

Interview with Bas De Baar

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Bas de Baar discusses Project Leadership in a global and virtual world through his popular blog and video podcast ?The Project Shrink?. With over a decade spent in the trenches as Software Project Manager within the publishing, financial and public sector, running multi-national teams, he has a lot to talk about. Bas holds a masters […]

Interview with Craig Brown

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Craig Brown has worked as a project manager and business analyst mainly in the Australian ITC, and Banking industries. He has also worked in the law, education and welfare industries. Craig writes a great blog at betterprojects.net. Josh: Thank you so much for sharing your background and experience with the pmStudent community Craig! How did […]

Interview with Lisa DiTullio

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Lisa DiTullio is a leading force in project and business management. She is the principal of Lisa DiTullio & Associates, dedicated to introducing project management as a business competency, enabling organizations to improve decision-making, instill accountability, and enhance communications. Learn more about Lisa at lisaditullio.com. Josh: Thank you so much for sharing your background and […]

Interview with Glen Alleman

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Glen Alleman is Vice President, Program, Planning, and Controls at Lewis & Fowler. Glen’s background includes Project Management executive positions with 25 years experience, and he led the creation of Lewis & Fowler’s Deliverables Based Planning (sm) method as it is applied to aerospace, defense, and commercial enterprise projects. Glen has an excellent blog at […]

Interview with Cornelius Fichtner

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Cornelius Fichtner worked as a Project Manager in his native Switzerland, in Germany and in the USA for the last 16 years. He received his PMP credential in April 2004. He has led projects for a management consulting company, a national retailer, an internet startup company and for for one of the oldest financial service […]

Interview with John Langlois

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John Langlois is currently an IBM certified Executive Project Manger chartered to deliver integrated solutions on the Power Systems platform. John Langlois joined IBM in 1984 and has seen dangerous tours of duty in many brands. From 1996 through 2001, John led the most successful notebook project in history – ThinkPad T series. He also […]

Josh is Interviewed on PM411.org

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I was interviewed on PM411.org recently, take a listen if you want to know a little more about me. Ron asked me about my history in project management, we talked about scope management a bit, and my thoughts on the future of the PMP certification. It was an enjoyable discussion, thanks Ron!

Interview With Dennis Stevens

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I met Dennis Stevens in Denver at the 2008 PMI Global Congress. Hal Macomber and I had supper with him…they were old friends, and I was the new guy. A very interesting conversation ensued, where I learned a little bit about how brilliant (and ornery) those two guys are. Dennis graciously agreed to share some […]