Every organization should establish a target project planning horizon based on the kinds of projects, customers, deliverables and services they provide. It is essential to minimize time planning schedule details when there is a high degree of uncertainty. – Dr. James T. Brown (On Project Managers)
Just a quick note for PM’s in the Pacific Northwest. Dr. James Brown is conducting a class on conflict management at the Nexus conference in Seattle (Bellevue, WA) on Wednesday, November 2nd. I’ve been doing project and program management all over the world for the better part of 15 years and this guy is worth checking out. Yes he has a PhD, is a published author, and worked for NASA, but more importantly, he knows his subject matter as good or better than anyone in the business.
His teaching methodology and project management philosophy achieve the right balance between ‘the book’, best practices and common sense. He also has a strong focus on human behavior and what that means in the context of project management. There are teachers and speakers, and then there are the people that you make sure to see every time they are in town. Dr. Brown is one of the latter. I encourage you to take the opportunity to go see him and take his class at the Nexus conference.
I read an article today written by Dr. James T. Brown, SEBA® Solutions. I subscribe to his newsletter. It really made me reflect on some things in my career.
Imation acquired the InfiniVault technology & product line because we recognize the need to add a compelling tiered storage architecture to our existing portfolio of backup & archiving products.
— Mark Lucas, Imation CEO
For those of you who have been working with ProStor and the InfiniVauilt technology… on August 29, 2011, Imation Corp. announced that it has acquired the multi-tiered storage system assets of Boulder, Colo.-based ProStor Systems. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Many of you were able to meet with Richard Coons from ProStor at recent ImageSource Nexus events held in Bellevue, Washington. Richard Coons has extensive knowledge on the InfiniVault products and is now Sales Western at Imation. ProStor’s InfiniVault technology allows companies to manage fixed digital assets, including videos, images, documents and other types of large, static data files.
To see the full acquisition announcement go to http://www.imation.com/en-us/About-Imation/News/.
Al Senzamici, PMP
Well, Nexus ’09 is over and it was another great event. It was such a great event people began registering for Nexus ’10 before we even started tearing down the booths and equipment.