What Boeing Reminded Us About Email

Now, I’m not ripping on everyone at Boeing. I’ve met and worked with folks from Boeing in my career and they are good people. Some employees, though, made some poor communication decisions regarding the 737 Max that have now gone public. Some lines pulled from Boeing employee communications: “Would you put your family on aContinue reading “What Boeing Reminded Us About Email”

The Grind of Project Success

In my last post, I talked about “Project Get Fit” that may or may not be on your 2020 resolution list. You set goals, you make a plan, and you execute. Sounds simple, right? But once you start, you quickly realize you’re going to have to grind, work and deal with discomfort to be successful.Continue reading “The Grind of Project Success”

Is "Project: Getting Fit" On Your 2020 Resolution List?

“I want to get in shape, so I got a gym membership. What should I do?” I thought about what she was asking for a second. Many questions started popping into my head. Though I’m not a fitness instructor, I’ve helped a handful of friends run their first races and get in better shape. BeingContinue reading “Is "Project: Getting Fit" On Your 2020 Resolution List?”

Goodbye 2019, and Thank You

Time to put on the party hat, fill your glass with bubbly and toast in the new year! Welcome 2020! A new year, and decade, is upon us. Every year I make it a practice to look back and note the accomplishments, failures and lessons from the past 12 months. 2019 was one for theContinue reading “Goodbye 2019, and Thank You”

Project Management Lessons from Santa Claus

I have one kiddo that still believes in the magic of Santa Claus. His little friends and our neighbors are also young enough to believe jolly ol’ St. Nick will be dashing through the snow and the skies on his annual trip around the globe next week. Their eyes light up with excitement and anticipationContinue reading “Project Management Lessons from Santa Claus”