After a few months of uncertainty, my executive education programs with Kent State University and the University of Dayton are back in full swing either in online (Zoom) format or a hybrid (live in classroom and online) format. You can view a complete list of programs on the Executive Education page.
Exciting News! In 2019, I worked with the University of Dayton’s Center for Leadership to create an eight module online short course called Project Management: Practical Skills and Application. The online course was produced by 2U who is a top-rated provider of online learning. In 2017, 2U acquired GetSmarter who’s expertise is producing online short courses in partnership with higher education clients such as the University of Cambridge, Harvard, MIT, and the University of Dayton. The short course is available through the University of Dayton’s Center for Leadership’s website. Click on this link for more information – or – if you’d like to view one of the short videos for the course, click on this link.
The following are short blog articles I’ve written for Kent State’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development. Click on the title and it will bring up the article.
- Revisiting the Three Constraints Associated with Managing a Project
- Just How Important are Projects in Today’s Organizations?
- Who’s Making the Decisions Around Here?
- Two Common Decision Making Traps and How to Avoid Them
I often get asked about the best books I’ve read on different topics. Here’s my current list:
The Bible – God
First, Break All The Rules (2016 Edition) by Gallup
It’s Your Ship by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff
Good to Great by Jim Collins
24-Carrot Manager by Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton
Authentic Leadership by Bill George
Now, Discover Your Strengths by Marcus Buckingham