There is nothing quite like gathering together for live business coaching. During the pandemic, our team missed participating in these highly productive, in-person coaching sessions with clients to discuss and dialogue about project scope creation. Now, RESET is back in action ready to provide live, custom coaching for your company. We are capable of providing […]
January 18, 2018, marked a dark day for the Houston business community. On this day, Amazon announced the finalist cities for their much ballyhooed “Amazon HQ2” location. Shockingly, Houston was not on the list of 20 finalists. But we’re Houston. We’re the fourth-largest city in America — soon to be third-largest. We have a diverse […]
The shortage in qualified cybersecurity professionals is startling — both domestically and internationally. According to data published by NICE (National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education), the shortage at the beginning of 2019 was 314,000 cybersecurity professionals in the United States. The shortage at the end of 2019 jumped to 504,000. Expanding internationally, a report published by […]
Most speakers get hired to inspire audiences. Conference coordinators want attendees to walk away inspired and emotional – motivated to conquer the world. That’s not crazy … but it’s not productive, either, if you ask me. And that is definitely not my approach as a speaker. I teach people how to grow their revenue – […]
Our February 2016 RESET Revenue Growth Workshop in Dallas was an exciting experience. The attendees were mostly technical and executive-level people with go-to-market capabilities – and everyone came prepared to get their hands dirty. We worked with “live ammunition,” as I like to call it: Real-world examples of smart clients and capture plans. We left […]
The P3 Connect organization is unique in that it combines the financial perspective and the client perspective. What I noticed right away is that the discussions were much more focused on solving the business problem than simply using the public/private structure.
On May 14 I was honored to facilitate a panel on the topic of imimagesproving capital projects.
The event was hosted by I-LinCP (the Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects) and held in Austin, TX. We had a full house at Maggiano’s Little Italy as we discussed the pros, cons and impact of various project delivery methods.
At the P3C 2015 conference in Dallas, I heard encouraging stories out of higher education, government and healthcare. The future of P3 in the U.S. is a bright one.
Last week, I attended the P3 Connect 2014, the National Conference for Public-Private Partnerships. And I learned that the P3 concept is finally “getting comfortable in its own skin” in the United States.
My team and I observed participants from all diverse viewpoints – financial, design-construction, facility management – all getting a lot more comfortable about how the P3 model in the United States will be different.
Last week, I attended the National Association of College and Business Officers 2014 Conference, better known as NACUBO. I look forward to this conference every year because the finance officers represent the pulse of the University “money engine”.