Easy in theory, difficult in practice

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My musings on project management, project portfolio management and change management. I'm a firm believer that a pragmatic approach to organizational change that addresses process & technology, but primarily, people will maximize chances for success. This blog contains articles which I've previously written and published as well as new content.

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About this Blog

I have managed multiple mid-to-large-sized change management projects, and have worked in both internal and professional services project management capacities. I have setup and managed Project Management Offices (PMO) and have provided project portfolio management and project management consulting services to over a hundred clients across multiple industries.

I have been an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) since 1999 and served as a volunteer director on the Board of the PMI Lakeshore Chapter for six years.

I have published articles on Project and Project Portfolio Management in both project management-specific journals (e.g. PM Network, PMI-ISSIG journal, Projects & Profits) as well as industry-specific journals (e.g. ILTA Peer-to-peer).  I have delivered hundreds of webinar presentations on a variety of PPM and PM topics and have presented at multiple industry conferences including HIMSS, MISA and ProjectWorld.

I blog weekly on my personal site (https://kbondale.wordpress.com) and am a daily contributor to key LinkedIn & ProjectManagement.com discussion groups focused on project management.

 

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"A good composer does not imitate; he steals."

- Igor Stravinsky

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