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In advance of the Oct 21st webinar looking back at the Y2K project, are there any specific questions you’d like me to address?
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Title says it all, if there are questions you have about the subject, that I can add into the presentation?

Post them here and I’ll either address them on Oct 21st or return here to answer them after the session.
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Can you compare similar projects from that age vs. a similar project to today? I am wondering what the differences are when comparing apples to apples. Has the advancement that has been seen over the past few years increased our ability to manage projects, or has there every been cases where it has hindered our ability?
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1 reply by Peter de Jager
Aug 21, 2019 6:12 PM
Peter de Jager
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I’ll address some of that to the best of my ability
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Aug 21, 2019 4:50 PM
Replying to Kimberly McCoy
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Can you compare similar projects from that age vs. a similar project to today? I am wondering what the differences are when comparing apples to apples. Has the advancement that has been seen over the past few years increased our ability to manage projects, or has there every been cases where it has hindered our ability?
I’ll address some of that to the best of my ability
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One of the interesting thing of Y2K was that it was applicable to all business, commerces and organizations. Everyone had to test to see if they were susceptible.I don't think we've had another phenomenon that was so global. Are there special considerations for initiatives that affect litterally every one?

Of course, the public at large thinks that Y2K was overblown. Was it?
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1 reply by Peter de Jager
Aug 22, 2019 10:04 AM
Peter de Jager
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We’ll definitely be addressing that topic.
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Aug 22, 2019 9:55 AM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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One of the interesting thing of Y2K was that it was applicable to all business, commerces and organizations. Everyone had to test to see if they were susceptible.I don't think we've had another phenomenon that was so global. Are there special considerations for initiatives that affect litterally every one?

Of course, the public at large thinks that Y2K was overblown. Was it?
We’ll definitely be addressing that topic.
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1 reply by Stéphane Parent
Aug 22, 2019 10:24 AM
Stéphane Parent
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Great! Looking forward to it.
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Aug 22, 2019 10:04 AM
Replying to Peter de Jager
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We’ll definitely be addressing that topic.
Great! Looking forward to it.
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I really want to listen in on this. Will you post a reminder?

I remember Y2k fondly. We all knew it wasn't the world-ending event that the news made it out to be, but no amount of explanation or logic could mitigate the panic peddlers. I remember it being a very calm evening.
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1 reply by Peter de Jager
Aug 23, 2019 6:27 AM
Peter de Jager
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If I understand the process correctly? Reminders/notifications are part of regular mailings from PM
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Aug 22, 2019 4:35 PM
Replying to Wade Harshman
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I really want to listen in on this. Will you post a reminder?

I remember Y2k fondly. We all knew it wasn't the world-ending event that the news made it out to be, but no amount of explanation or logic could mitigate the panic peddlers. I remember it being a very calm evening.
If I understand the process correctly? Reminders/notifications are part of regular mailings from PM

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