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Winning Is the Result, Not Project Management (By Michael Pruitt)

The Keller Rohrback Masters Cycling team was designed to win Criteriums, and we did that in spades this year. We won Volunteer Park, Wenatchee Criterium, 40+ Masters State Criterium , Joe Matava and the Brad Lewis Memorial Criterium. We finished … Continue reading

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Project Communication in Threes (by Michael Pruitt)

Something that I often see is the conflation of project administration and project management. While administration is important and plans are good, people are typically poorly motivated by the knowledge that a task has been assigned to them in a … Continue reading

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When Bad Things Happen To Good Plans (by Michael Pruitt)

I view risk as an opportunity, as opposed to something we should try to ignore and hope it goes away. Good teams can use their experiences dealing with risks early in the project so they can plan to deal with … Continue reading

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Embracing Risk

Michael Pruitt is an Engagement Manager and an avid cyclist. His approach to his sport is very much the same as his approach to project management. Risk exists in anything we do. As a project manager, how you handle risk … Continue reading

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Driving Ideas

Michael Pruitt is an Engagement Manager and an avid cyclist. His approach to his sport is very much the same as his approach to project management. Most everyone who has ever had a job has, at some time, had a … Continue reading

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