The Map is Not the Territory

I love maps. I have a lot of maps at home published by the University of Kentucky Press showing the state of Kentucky at various points in its history. Here is a famous one by John Filson, showing the state during the time of Daniel Boone. It’s fun to look at, although if I tried to use it to...Read More >

Saving the Project World Two Days at a Time!

The Project Management Institute (PMI)® recently released its 2018 Pulse of the Profession report that charts major trends for project management now and in the future. There were two ‘info nuggets’ that caught my eye: By 2027, employers will need 87.7 million individuals working in project...Read More >

The Triple Threat…I mean Constraint

In sports, you will often hear coaches or commentators talking about players as being a "triple threat." Here in the Bluegrass state, that is typically concerning basketball, meaning that a player can shoot, drive, and rebound. Being a triple threat in the sports world is a good thing, but what...Read More >

The Personality of Your Project

You know how there are Type A and Type B personalities associated with people? The Type As are the more rigid, highly-organized, time-sensitive people, while the Bs are more relaxed go-with-the-flow types. What if I told you that projects had personalities, too? If the project process is highly...Read More >

Are You Ready for a Change in 2018?

If your New Year’s resolution includes improving your success at work, then this is the perfect time to get your Project Management Professional (PMP) ® certification ... and Solarity is committed to helping! Solarity staff have completed a full review of the updated version 6 of the Project...Read More >