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Project Management…Starts with Relationships

Project Management…Starts with Relationships with Clint Padgett What is the key to Project Management?  The right software? The right PMP?  No, RELATIONSHIPS! So how do we start those in a socially distanced world? Clint is a seasoned entrepreneur with over 30 years’ experience as a project manager and leader. He is a published author, teacher and expert in team building and the art of conversation. Clint is a ForbesBooks Featured Author, ForbesSpeakers Thought Leader and ...

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Which 3 People Do You Need In Every Business?

Which 3 People Do You Need In Every Business? with Ernesto Sirolli   How is one Italian responsible for over 50,000 companies around the world, and how did that all start from an over-regulated fishing village in Australia? Dr. Ernesto Sirolli is one of the world’s leading consultants on the topic of economic development. He started working in the field of International Aid in Africa in 1971 and has since worked in Australia, New Zealand, ...

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Ideation Implementation

Ideation Implementation 33 Percent of an employee’s salary.  That’s the cost of turnover.  Not to mention the lost time and production.  So how can you keep the good one’s around? Your ideation process may very well be the answer.   This is part one of a series.  First up is “Ideation.”  In part 2 we will discuss “Implementation.”   Listen to the podcast here: Listen in as Karla and Allen discuss the Ideation Process Karla ...

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Your Scrum Play Book: It’s Poker, Not Chess

Your Scrum Play Book: It’s Poker, Not Chess 90% of corporations know they need to become agile in today’s environment.  Only 10% are.  Fabian Schwartz is a leading author and speaker on Agile and Scrum.  Listen in as Karla and Fabian talk about Scrum and how it’s not just for tech anymore.   Fabian Schwartz is passionate about helping his clients achieve their goals and improve performance through leveraging agile approaches.  He has more than ...

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The Tripping Point

The Tripping Point Malcolm Gladwell defines The Tipping Point as the moment ideas hit critical mass and spread like viruses.  We define The Tripping Point ...

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MBTI and WHO-DO™ Myers-Briggs measures personality and identifies four categories.  They are Introversion/Extraversion, Sensing/Intuition, Thinking/Feeling and Judging/Perception.  WHO-DO measures your core nature of work: Mover, ...

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