Project Sponsorship – A Panel Discussion

PMI Bluegrass Chapter, July Luncheon Meeting The project manager and sponsor are the ultimate power couple and are stronger together than apart.  Sponsors and project managers are liaisons between two groups:  the business stakeholders and the project team.  The sponsor and project manager hold...Read More >

Bright Ideas Clear Solutions: Working with Windows

We're trying something new. Bud Ratliff, our President, loves finding ways to make it easier to use tools. Our Bright Ideas Clear Solutions series shows you quick tips to maximize your time spent on producing your work on time, in budget, and with value.  In this session Bud shows you how to...Read More >

May 2015 PMI® Statistics Published

The Solarity Group is a Project Management Institute (PMI) ® Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.). Each month, we receive statistics of interest from PMI ®  that we share with you. Here's the May 2015 version, which shows an increase in PMI® Membership. The number of current Project...Read More >

Utilizing Project Requirements to Ensure Project Success

"A leader can't lead if they don't know where they are going" As project managers it is our job to lead initiatives of varying sizes from small to large. To do so, we must determine the direction and guide our teams using requirements from our sponsors. In this presentation we will look at methods...Read More >

Change Management: What’s the Big Deal?

Have you ever asked yourself that question? The pace and complexity of change in the workplace has increased dramatically. Benjamin Franklin once wrote, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”. In the modern world (aside from death and taxes), the only...Read More >

Lessons Learned from a Recently Certified PMP®

Submitted by Cory Camic As a recently certified PMP®, I have been honored with the task of documenting my experience. I successfully passed the PMP® exam on March 31 st of this year, and it was simultaneously the most humbling and rewarding experience of my career. First off, I will say that I...Read More >