Project Management Services.

As a credentialed professional, I provide insight into project management best practices and help you implement good project management in your organization in a way that works best for you. I never stop learning so I can better serve clients and partners! I offer support in three main areas:

Project Management Consulting

For agencies, organizations, and individuals who are new to the discipline of project management or need help defining project management processes. I look at the type of projects, team, and timeline and advise on everything from defining processes to choosing the right tools. Worried about budgets getting out of control? I help you find ways to manage your budget and grow your bottom line.

Fractional Project Management

Have a short-term project or the opportunity to take on new business and need an experienced Project Manager to jump in and help? I offer this service to a very limited set of clients so I can focus on getting you the results you need. I am familiar with most of the popular project management software systems including Asana, Basecamp, Trello, Workamajig, TeamGantt, SmartSheet, and Airtable. I become an extension of your team for the duration of the project or set period of time. Not exactly sure what you need? I can help you figure that out too!

Asana Training, Consulting and Support

Implementing a new tool can be overwhelming. Even if you have been using Asana in your organization for months or even years, you may be facing challenges with adoption or the feeling that your team isn't using the tool to the fullest capabilities. I provide Asana audits, workflow design, training, and support for users at ALL levels. I even work with new users who are test-driving the free plan.

Good Project Management Drives Business Results.

If you aren't feeling confident in your project management capabilities, get in touch today. I can help you get on a path to project management success. Don't just take my word for it, research shows that...

60%

The amount of time the average knowledge worker spends doing "work about work".

According to Asana’s Anatomy of Work Index, 60% of a person’s time at work is spent on work about work and not on skilled work. This might include participating in status meetings, sending updates, following up on incomplete tasks, switching Apps and searching for information.

70%

Estimated percentage of project failure.

It is estimated that around 70% of all projects end in failure. While many projects are started with excitement and good intentions it is important to make sure they are set up to succeed. This means being disciplined around setting up the project charter, scope schedule, and team and setting a healthy budget.