By Maggie Harney
MPS is proud to celebrate four graduates of our Execution Management Services (EMS) program—Katerina Triantos, Melissa Farzin, Shani Nyandemoh and Rizwan Oskoui—with the upcoming addition of Ben Eden and Felicity Keeley.
Since the program’s inception in August 2020, the EMS program has sought to enhance the professional development of the MPS team by... +
By Felicity Noël Keeley, PMP
This article is written for early career professionals in disciplines other than project management, as well as new, beginner, or intermediate practitioners of project management. Advanced practitioners in any discipline can benefit from reading with a beginner’s mindset. Read time: 5 minutes
According to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 6th edition, “The project management plan defines how the... +
By Maggie Harney
RE:Her, or Regarding Her Food, is a nonprofit based in Los Angeles striving to empower female restaurateurs by facilitating opportunities of connection, access, and professional growth. Its nine founding members started the organization in November 2020, given the detrimental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the food and beverage restaurant industry.
As an organization that prioritizes community engagement and public... +
Kendall Lott, owner and CEO of M Powered Strategies challenges the idea that “five days in the office is proof that employees are ambitious and productive” in his latest article, Hey CEOs: Physical Presence Doesn’t Equal Ambition. Check it out here:
For the past 15 months we have become accustomed to getting up a little later than usual, grabbing a cup of coffee and sitting down at our workstations to attend to the business of the day – often a string of Zoom meetings, punctuated by running down to the laundry room or slapping a sandwich together for a quick lunch. Now (at least in DC) as the masks are coming off, there is a widespread reluctance to get back to the old workplace... +
Congratulations to consultant Katerina Triantos, who is now a certified Change Management Practitioner. Katerina was initially drawn to Change Management due to a fascination with the psychology of organizations, their departments and staff; understanding where they’re coming from – the current state of their work-processes and life – and crafting how to help them get to their future, desired state.
With technology playing an... +