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The Work/Life Balance

The Work/Life Balance

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February 26th 2016:Project Management in History: The First Jeep

Rick A. Morris interviews Paul Bruno, author of “Project Management in History: The First Jeep” tells the story of the American Bantam Car Company, which dared to meet the challenge to build a prototype combination light weapons carrier and command and reconnaissance vehicle for the an unprepared United States Army in the summer and early fall of 1940 in the impossible timeframe of 49 days. The deliverable of “¼ ton truck 4×4 light project,” as the effort was titled by the Army, later became known as the Jeep. This effort represents a textbook case of entrepreneurship and project management t

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Paul Bruno

Paul Bruno has 29+ years of experience in project management and IT. He has a bachelor’s degree in management, master’s degree in business administration, a second undergraduate degree in computer software, and a second master’s degree in history. He has held positions in IT including the first CIO for the City of Henderson. Currently, Bruno works as a senior consultant and trainer for the International Institute for Learning and as a consultant for Fiala Project Resources. Bruno has also held volunteer positions for PMI and is also a graduate of LIMC. Bruno’s knowledge in the field of PPM allowed him to recognize the example of project management that the first Jeep prototype represente
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2515/the-worklife-balance 15/12/2017 02:00 15/12/2017 03:00 The Work/Life Balance https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2515/the-worklife-balance Rick A. Morris interviews Paul Bruno, author of “Project Management in History: The First Jeep” tells the story of the American Bantam Car Company, which dared to meet the challenge to build a prototype combination light weapons carrier and command and reconnaissance vehicle for the an unprepared United States Army in the summer and early fall of 1940 in the impossible timeframe of 49 days. The deliverable of “¼ ton truck 4×4 light project,” as the effort was titled by the Army, later became known as the Jeep. This effort represents a textbook case of entrepreneurship and project management that holds lessons for today’s business leaders and project managers. Contemporary leaders face a similar environment of rapidly changing technology, volatile economic circumstances and turbulent international relations, forces that assailed the U.S. Army throughout the interwar period. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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