Vision to Value eJournal
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The Vision to Value eJournal is published approximately once per month. In each edition we highlight current issues that you have told us are day-to-day problems that mean the most to you. These could be invitation to participate in research we are currently undertaking, white papers on that research, articles that we have written, classes and workshops we offer, or even book suggestions and reviews. Your input drives the content, please reach out and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or using the "Additional Information" section in the form to the right and let us know what you want to hear about.

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Happy Holidays! Whether you are into Christmas, Hanukkah (yeah, I am about a week late), Winter Solstice, or nothing at all, I hope you are enjoying December. Since my family celebrates Christmas and we have little kids it is a very fun time of year. I simply hope is that your December is peaceful and relaxing.

Taste of RLF January 21, 2016

Calling all Leaders! Do you live or work in the Portland/Vancouver Metro area? How about a taste of RLF? Mark your calendar for the morning of January 21 and join us for a taste of breakfast and RLF!

Speaking of Regional Leadership Forum (RLF)... registration is still open, but time is running out for the $500 early bird discount and the runway is even shorter to get it charged against the 2015 year budget! This is a great 9-month program put on my SIM (Society for Information Management) in nine regions around the United States. If you are in the Pacific Northwest and a member of PMI, we are also working on a chapter sponsored discount of an additional $500. Between these two discounts you could save as much as 14% on the total cost! Please drop me a note, give me a call, 360-834-7361, or visit its web page.

This month's Vision to Value eJournal covers:

  • Continued conversation on Organization Change Management (OCM).
  • The challenges of communications with leadership and with PMOs.
  • Part II of a case study on what kills you if your project ends up in court.

I hope you enjoy them!

Cheers,
  Todd C. Williams
  President, eCameron

Yes. It has already been a month. There is a bit of a theme this month—Leadership. Three of our four articles talk directly about that. Speaking of leadership...

The Regional Leadership Forum is open for registration for the 2016 program. Have you checked it out? This is a great 9-month program put on my SIM (Society for Information Management) in nine regions around the United States. Top notch facilitators work with cohorts of 18-24 upcoming leaders to hone their leadership skills. It is a great program and you, or one of your team members, would find immense value in taking it. Please drop me a note, give me a call, 360-834-7361, or visit its web page.

In this month's Vision to Value eJournal we cover:

  • Three talk about leadership, and
  • Two articles are on Organization Change Management (OCM),
  • One is a snarky article about IT.

I hope you enjoy them!

Cheers,
  Todd C. Williams
  President, eCameron

Welcome to our new eJournal with a new name, look, and feel. We hope that you like it. It brings you significantly more information on how to execute your initiatives and projects successfully. After all, being able to deploy new capabilities faster with better adoption is what makes any business leap forward. We are sure you will find material to help you do just that.

This month we cover:

  • Two case studies on major failures
  • A look into how all of us can learn from public sector projects
  • How to keep you out of court, and
  • Leadership in your projects

Cheers,
  Todd C. Williams
  President, eCameron

eCameron has published numerous newsletters, emagazines, and Newsletters. Following is a listing of the past volumes.

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