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Our Training Testimonials Speak for Themselves

I could immediately leverage some of the methodologies learned (e.g.: trace back, critical path, rolling wave, crashing, fast-racking, etc.  Jay is a very knowledgeable and very motivated instructor who has many interesting real life examples..”
– Chi Nguyen – Google

“The training course was very practical so you can see yourself applying all the techniques at your job.  The instructor was awesome and kept the course lively with examples and exercises.”
– Shruti Kharalkar – Pod Operations Lead at Google

“Really enjoyed taking this class a second time as a refresher.  I was able to identify gaps in my knowledge on certain areas of this material.  This was an excellent refresher course.  I appreciated both recycled examples used as they helped me recall the previous course I took but some of the newer scenarios discussed helped keep this course engaging.”
-Allison Terry – Project Manager, CNO Financial

“As a trainer, I think Jay has a unique ability to turn a topic like project management into a very engaging, informative lecture.  Great course, I will consider more training with this instructor.”
– Tabatha Eatherly, Application Systems Specialist

“The course helped me in understanding the concepts of developing project plans, project charters, network diagrams, etc.  The sequencing order is excellent!”
 Isaac Durairaj, IT Project Manager

“Many good real world examples across numerous industries. The class fits very well for both very experienced and little experience.  I look forward to taking some additional modules.”
-John Grubbs – Project Manager, Rolls-Royce

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Project Experience

Portfolio Management
Successful portfolio management calls for exceptional data management skills and diligent oversight across multiple efforts.
Demanding, time sensitive, and finely tuned, manufacturing projects require close attention and experienced oversight.
IT Projects
Organizations must be able to successfully execute challenging and highly visible technology projects to maximize revenue.
Power Plants
Power Plants must be able to keep these vital infrastructure assets current, efficient, and economically positive.
High-profile hurdles and expensive risks of failure make these projects critical to manage properly from the very beginning.
Presents complexities at nearly every stage, from allocating resources to controlling schedule variances, or clearing regulatory & safety hurdles.
Ensuring team members are able to move outside the silos of their department or discipline is the key to achieving success.
Product Dev
Design and other early-stage activities must be carefully orchestrated while maintaining visibility on future impacts and resource needs.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Among the riskiest and most strategically important initiatives a company can undertake, and their outcomes can make or break the business.
Finance & Insurance
Technology implementations call for the right level of planning detail and diligent oversight.
An ERP implementation can be among the most disruptive and strategically important initiative an organization can undertake.