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Whitepaper

Are your leads passing you by?

Do you need more leads?

A whitepaper can help generate traffic and leads.

Are you closing enough clients?

Case studies are great ways to calm prospect’s fears.

Let’s talk!

We provide several services:

Whitepaper projects

Need to close those leads? I s your job on the line because you’re falling behind on lead generation? Maybe a whitepaper is an answer. If your competitors are using whitepapers to talk about their products, you probably should be as well.  Here’s a sample:

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I’ve spent many years in the IT and software development space. Give me a call and we’ll see if a whitepaper can help.

Case Studies

Customer case studies are a great way to convince potential clients to join you as a customer. These are in-depth, stories about how a customer chose your product, implemented, and is now reaping the benefits.

Do you have these available for your sales people? If not, why not?

I love writing a good story. Contact me and we can discuss it.

Content marketing projects

I can help organize and manage your content marketing projects – email newsletters, blog posts, and developing reports that you’ll give away for free with the submission of a web address.

I’ve guest posted on several blogs. Check out:

3 Steps to Handle Emergency Projects – Work Awesome blog

Do your projects end? Remember project basics – PMIMileHi Blog

Not another meeting! An alternative to weekly meetings – PMIMileHi Blog

The Revealing Truth about the Plan and the Schedule – ChronicleGrahpics.com, OnePager Blog

I also write the blog posts for Through the Lenz for the LENZ firm, an executive recruiting firm that specializes in manufacturing and mining executives. I’ve also been handling their social media and writing their email newsletters.

Project Management

Have you just purchased software that needs to be implemented? Does your company have documented processes so you are not at the mercy of one employee?

If you’re having trouble implementing software or you need processes developed, I can help.

Speaking to groups

Does your group need a speaker? I can talk about time management, productivity, and project management. My current talk is “Get More Grit! Five steps to developing perseverance.” Contact me for my current schedule.

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If you have a template that you would like to share with the community, send it on. We’ll give you credit for your great work and you’ll be helping others. It’s a win-win!

Want to become a project manager?

Take our survey and let us know what your most pressing question is about the process of becoming a project manager. Click here.

As a thank you, we’ll send you our free report: Secrets Revealed: How to get the project management experience you want.

Want to finish that project list?

If you’re interested in accomplishing more and finishing those projects, click here for our free tip sheet “Project Checklist and Resource Guide.” This step-by-step guide to finishing projects helps you get those important projects finished.

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Free reports and templates

We would love to include your template! If you have a template that you would like to share with the community, send it on. We’ll give you credit for your great work and you’ll be helping others. It’s a win-win! Want to become a project manager? Take our survey and let us know what your most pressing question is about the process of becoming a […]

Need a speaker?

Maybe I can help! Would you and your group enjoy learning how to be more productive? My current talk is titled, “Get More Grit!” It’s about developing persistence to see projects and tasks through so that you can life your best and greatest life. The Colorado Professional Network in Lone Tree really enjoyed this talk last week – and your group can get in on […]

How to Finish Anything Course

I know it can be hard to finish projects in your home or business. Most of us aren’t trained in school or in life to organize, plan, and finish projects. We start something that we know is important – getting our will and estate planned or creating that marketing plan – and then never follow-up and get it done. Weekly, I create a video with […]

Get stuff done and move on…

Are you a small business owner that is just treading water? There are several projects you need to get started – that new marketing plan, next year’s strategic goals, implement that software that you bought last month. I’m an expert at managing projects – I’ve been doing it for 20 years for large corporations like Peoplesoft and Lockheed Martin. Now I’m offering to help you. […]

Latest Posts

What’s in Your Plan? The Contents of a Project Plan

What’s in Your Plan? The Contents of a Project Plan

Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work. ~ Peter Drucker The contents of a project plan document is not a mystery to a project manager. In the past, I’ve focused on the problem statement, scope statement, and deliverables related to projects. You can find that article here. Here, I’m going to answer the question – what else do I put […]

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How Did I Get Here: A Career Profile of Michael Bovilsky, PMP

How Did I Get Here: A Career Profile of Michael Bovilsky, PMP

Here’s the latest in my series How Did I Get Here. These are interviews of current project management professionals intended to help folks see how others made project management a career. Welcome, Michael Bovilsky! When did you first decide to become a project manager? Michael decided to switch to Project Management in 2001 after 6 years in IT Consulting for State and Local governments.  He […]

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Be Organized: A Place for Everything, and Everything in its Place

Be Organized: A Place for Everything, and Everything in its Place

Today we have a guest post from a friend of mine. Gianna Lucarelli is in 8th grade at Sierra Middle School in Parker, Colorado. She’s getting organized – the first step in Project Management. Here are her views on time management and getting organized. Some people have trouble staying neat and organized. Making goals and plans, organizing possessions, school life, and personal factors are all […]

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Deb Schaffer, PMP

P14-fec17Deb Schaffer, PMP has over 10 years of project management experience with J.D. Edwards, the United States Department of Defense, and Lockheed Martin. A certified Six Sigma Black Belt, she has handled many different types of projects including software development, IT infrastructure, data warehouse, training and development, web development, and graphic design. She is an acknowledged expert in the project management process, and has mentored many aspiring project managers. Her blog posts are often featured on the PMI MileHi blog and she has guest-posted on Work Awesome – 3 steps to handling emergency projects.

She loves sharing her expertise with folks not familiar with project management. Check out her Project Checklist and Resource Guide.

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Contact Deb to speak about project management, business process management, or just about how to finish what you start, or let go gracefully.

There may be advertisements on this site. Ads exist to help defray the costs of hosting and management and Deb thanks you for clicking and purchasing if the product is something you want or need. Comments on the site made by the authors are their own, and thoughts are not influenced by any advertisers on the site.

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