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eCameron provides a variety of keynotes and seminars for your company or organization. They are broken into three groups:

  1. Business Advancement Series – addressing business leadership topics from strategic planning to implementation as they relate to running projects successfully.
  2. Visualizing Change Series – change management and the challenges in adopting new processes.
  3. Back From RedTM Series – focusing on topics that are directly associated with properly running projects in any organization.

Are you an event planner looking for more information about our keynotes, presentations, webinars. workshops, and classes? Most of our keynotes and presentations are posted online; however, most of our classes and workshops are not since they are custom to the client.  This article will help you understand how we can help you.

Keynote & Education Blog Posts

  • Why Estimates are Always Wrong Written on Sunday, 15 August 2010 00:00
    Estimates are a pain in the... er... butt. Everyone hates doing them. The reason? They are always wrong. They are either too optimistic, when we think we know more than…
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  • PMP: The Why And The How Written on Sunday, 08 August 2010 00:00
    People, who know me, are aware I am less than enamored of certifications and titles. Therefore, when I got my PMP many were taken aback, some laughed aloud, and, since…
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  • Finding Gold In Red Projects Written on Sunday, 23 May 2010 00:00
    The costs of failing projects are huge. Roger Sessions estimates the cost in the US alone to be $1 trillion annually. The impact, though, goes beyond monetary; it includes reputation,…
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  • Monty Python's Guide to Negotiation Written on Sunday, 18 April 2010 00:00
    Negotiation is at the heart of every recovery. Once the problems are determined, you must get everyone to concur on the solution. Achieving agreement, however, is inextricably bound to culture—from…
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  • The PMP: Competency or Marketing? Written on Sunday, 21 February 2010 00:00
    After being a project manager for a couple decades, the Procedure Police finally caught up with me and I had to get my PMP®. No, not for a job, for…
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