Terry Dean Schmidt is a business strategy consultant who helps leaders and teams develop strategies and design execution plans which achieve great results. He is president of ManagementPro.Com, a Seattle-based company. Terry has worked in 42 countries and his clients include Fortune 100s’s, fast-growing smaller companies, the national research laboratories, and virtually every federal and Washington state government agency. The author of nine books, his most popular is Strategic Project Management Made Simple (Wiley, 2021), named one of the top 8 books in project management. Terry teaches strategy and execution at leading corporate universities and in executive management programs worldwide. He is the senior instructor at the UCLA Technical Management Program. Terry has trained over 25,000 professionals, and his programs have earned a reputation for being lively, innovative, and effective. He earned his BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Washington and his MBA from Harvard
How can we be more resilient and productive during these uncertain times? What are the mindsets and strategies that will help us to handle the stress and pressure in our fast-changing world?
This is a time when disruptive world events compel us to transform our supply chains and offer each of us a chance to shine. But why do so many supply chain improvement projects - and other project types as well - fall short of delivering their expected results?