A different version of blog also takes the title Project Management, this one under the consulting firm PlanNet Consulting. This version is headed by Darrell Gardner, who works for PlanNet and points to a lot of accomplishments in his career within projects and programmes.
“Prior to Joining PlanNet Consulting, I held the titles of CTO, Director of I.T. for SolnTec, Inc. a data center colo facility and Staffing agency, Director of I.T. for California Shirt Sales an international distributor of apparel,” Darrell says. “I was also a Program/Project Manager and Consultant for multiple companies, including Toyota Motor Sales, Inc., BroadCom, Ingram Micro, Herbalife, Toyota Financial Services and Reliance Steel.
“If we talk about my professional specialties, I would say that I am a Technical Program/Project Manager with the abilitiy to communicate to the business/client, as well as the technical project team to help migrate/ create / or build I.T. releated projects/infrastructure such as data centers. I’m also a speaker and presenter of multiple topics to wide variety of audiences. Additionally, I have hands-on knowledge of Cloud initiatives, web hosting and development.”
Darrell has blogged since 2008, pulling double duty at another weblog as well, and says he endeavours to add 2-3 new posts to Project Management each month. The blog targets project and programme managers alike, as well as business professionals of all stripes.
“Opportunity to put information out there that is sharable and hopefully informative to the I.T. (or professional services) Community,” he says. “The posts offer tips, tricks and techniques that Project and Program Managers can use in their daily lives… In addition to some White Paper esque posts.”
One of the more widely read posts at Project Management tackles relocation:
He also chose three of his favourites:
- Tying your Inventory/Assests back to Applications
- Time vs. Effort in Data Center Migrations / Relocations
- Oh, How Do I Copy Thee, Let Me Count the Way
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