Think adds Ed Mullin as CIO & VP; Broadens Offering to Software Development Rescue & Strategy
Baltimore, MD – Ed Mullin has joined Think Systems, Inc., as Chief Information Officer and Vice President. Ed is responsible… Read More
A new way to enjoy the benefits of BKPM, coming this Fall!
If you don’t have time to sit and read, but want to learn how to succeed at every project, or… Read More
PM’s being displaced by Agile projects?
A word of advice from Think Systems VP and SPC4 Certified Agile Coach, Jeff Welch – Unshackling Project Mgmt Effectiveness… Read More
Contributor vs. Effective
Contributor vs. Effective Yes, there is a difference! At Think Systems, Inc, we hire competent contributors and train them to… Read More
How important is Strategic Alignment in projects?
Think Systems, Inc President, Tony Gruebl – Strategic PM Fixer explains that it’s key, since utilizing strategic alignment will cut… Read More
What works and what doesn’t in Agile projects?
Here are a few suggestions from Think Systems VP and SPC4 Certified Agile Coach, Jeff Welch – Unshackling Project Mgmt… Read More
Is your organization looking to hire a quality Project Manager?
Think’s Executive VP and Head of Recruiting Services Bryan Wolbert explains what you need to consider before hiring your next… Read More
Risk Management is a key responsibility of every Project Manager
Risk Management is a key responsibility of every Project Manager. The question is, how well do you and your PM’s mitigate… Read More
Welcome Vince Lozzi
Welcome Vince Lozzi to the Think Systems, Inc. team! Vince is our new Senior Account Executive in charge of new… Read More
Thinking about making a big change? Moving locations? New IT System? Let us use our vast project management experience to assist your… Read More
PM Trends to Watch in 2018
Do you agree with these “5 project management trends to watch in 2018”, recently reported by TechRepublic? We do! They sound… Read More
Corporate Fun Run 5k
We came. We Sponsored. We Conquered. (Some team members a little faster than others). The Think Team was happy to… Read More