What is the tool?
According to the Harvard Business Review, a project premortem is “the hypothetical opposite of a postmortem.” The project team operates under the assumption that the patient (the project) has “died” and must determine what went wrong. Read More
Over the last year I have rather silently been preparing my application for, and then (post-acceptance letter) preparing for my first weekend of the Sauder Part-time MBA Program. After many hours of alumni panels, essay writing, Khan Academy videos, and scrolling through “Poets and Quants”, the day finally came. The first day of opening weekend. Read More
Last week I had the opportunity to attend Change Connect 4, an annual symposium held by the ACMP Pacific Northwest Regional Network. Located at the Portland Art Museum, the symposium explored the art & science of change. It was my first change management conference – in fact, it was my first conference ever. Read More