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I am a project manager and a lifelong nerd. I try to focus more on authenticity, relationships, and trust rather than process, even though I know it is important, because I view project management as an art. I am also a lifelong nerd and love discovering new learning resources to share with my fellow PM colleagues.


Scott Rollins begin his career as a senior technical consultant with Accenture and was a founding member of Accenture's Internet practice. As an Accenture Consultant and Solution Architect at Netscape, Scott was part of the pioneering team that created several of the first applications ever available on the internet including, Netscape Webmail, Instant Massaging, Guide by Yahoo, Netscape's Netcenter, and Secure Middleware.

Instructs, trains, and develops clients in the full range of topics needed for proficiency in English communication (reading, writing, speaking and listening) for business purposes. Provides consultations in business process management, business strategy, continuous improvement, performance measures, and risk management.



• 18+ years of experience in oil, gas desulphurization, refinery, chemical, mineral processing, environmental and heavy industrial projects • Experienced in project management, project planning and project control, budgeting and tendering of simultaneous multidiscipline projects • Demonstrated efficient communication and data exchange with project team members, clients, contractors, vendors and third parties • Background in all project aspects (EPCM)


Trainer & consultant (certified PMP, PMI-RMP & PMI-SP) for project management, risk management and schedule management. - Director of PMI Vietnam Potential Chapter - PMI-SP expert of a Focus Group - Interviewee on PMI PM Network Magazine Specialties: - PMP - Risk Management Professional - Scheduling Professional - Manufacturing Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: Google +:

I run The Otobos Group, a communications consultancy specializing in project management. I write The Money Files blog which looks at all aspects of project finances, and A Girl's Guide to Project Management. Find me on Google+.


It is better to ask some of the questions than to know all the answers.

- James Thurber