Project Management

Influencers for Scheduling

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Sean has worked with some of the worlds most complex mining, IT, space exploration, defense, energy, banking, research and telecommunications organizations helping to improve portfolio, program and project management capability for the organization and for individual practitioners.



Innovative thinker, thought provoker and a business leader, devoted to helping companies and individuals achieve and sustain performance breakthroughs, through challenging common believes and perceptions and applying multidisciplinary knowledge and experience.


Eric is always working at the frontier of project management; he has launched many new concepts like the ‘Principle of Dynamic Scheduling’ (if one thing changes, you should have to update only one cell in your schedule), the ‘Principle of Forecast Scheduling’ (forecast with the schedule itself rather than through esoteric performance measurement techniques), ‘Resource-Critical Path’ (the Critical Path in a workload-levelled schedule), the ‘1%-10% Rule’ for the appropriate level of detail in WBSs

Tolitha has been a volunteer leader with PMI since 2008. She was elected to the PMICIC Board as the VP of Membership in 2017. Prior to that role, she has held roles in the Information Systems Specific Interest Group (PMI-ISSIG) 2008 through 2011 and in the PMI Consulting Community of Practice (CoP) from 2012 through 2015. In 2016, she led the PMI Book Club and was appointed to the PMICIC Board as the VP of Professional Development. Based in Indianapolis, Tolitha is a Sr. Project Manager.

A graduate of project management in corporate environments, Barbara now focuses on the value of project management in non-corporate environments. She connects individuals to simple project management tools and techniques appropriate to plan and manage risk on their projects. She advocates that the project experience in complex corporate environment offers valuable lessons that can be simplified for use in less complex organizational environment and as life skills for individuals of all ages.

Kristy Tan Neckowicz, PMP is President of InVizion LLC, which focuses on Program Management solutions. She is also affiliated with The Professional Development Group for leadership development and strategy consulting. Kristy previously held the position of Vice President of Product Strategy at both Oracle Corporation and Primavera Systems. As a hobby, Kristy teaches leadership and project management at Villanova University and Lehigh University.

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