Project Management

Project Management 2.0

New technologies, concepts, and Web 2.0 tools are popping up everywhere. How can you use them to help your project team collaborate, communicate - or just give your project an extra boost? [Contact Dave]

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Dave Garrett


As president and CEO of, Dave Garrett is dedicated to creating value for the project management community and to the continued growth of gantthead's media network (,, and others), which now reaches over 350,000 Technology Managers Worldwide. His strategic, management and technical expertise has enabled him to guide the gantthead team in the development and refinement of resources that are unmatched in the project management marketplace. Garrett is the project manager for gantthead--a site built for project managers by project managers.

Garrett is the founder of gantthead, launched in March 2000, and has developed it to become the largest dedicated community of IT project managers in the world--and one of the few profitable dot-coms to have made it through the challenging economic environment of the past few years. Prior to gantthead, Garrett led the Knowledge Management function for james martin + co, a leading technology consulting firm. In the mid-'90s, Garrett was the original author of webWAVE, jm+co's commercially available web development process. He has managed a broad range of technical projects and has many years of experience in consulting, as well as in helping businesses build both management and technical strategies. He has authored a number of published articles and speaks at seminars and conferences. Garrett holds a BA from the
University of Maryland and an MS from The American University.  He is also a member of the PMI IT&T SIG 2007 Board of Directors.


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