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FAITH KNIGHT commented on Mary Ann Crow's blog post 'How did I survive being a seasoned PM without ever doing Earned Value Management?'
"Your experience is actually more the norm in companies that are not construction, engineering or others that rely on the accuracy of PM standards. I too worked in telecom as a PM and rarely used the things I was trained for as a PM (with a masters…"
Jun 10, 2011
Newton Silva commented on Mary Ann Crow's blog post 'How did I survive being a seasoned PM without ever doing Earned Value Management?'
"Mary Ann, It is a nice discussion. First we have to think about knowledge concept: in a short definition, it can be said knowledge is information “alive”, in others words it is information while you are developing your ideas on top of…"
Jul 7, 2009
Mary Ann Crow commented on Ryan Endres's blog post 'Green, Yellow, Red, Blue project status?'
"Ditto on Niloufer and John's comments for the blue,red,green and yellow definitons. We called them stoplight reports and it was our method of a project status report that was the vehicle to discuss with executive management and stakeholders…"
Jun 8, 2009
Mary Ann Crow joined Jean-Luc Creppy, PMP's group
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Project Manager, PMO, and Best Practice

Forum open for discuss about Best Practice.Identify , validate, replace, communicate the best practice, where to look for it(only PM or Business too) , how to decide the level of detail, what to do with it , how to build a best practice Library.See More
Jun 7, 2009
Mary Ann Crow posted a blog post

How did I survive being a seasoned PM without ever doing Earned Value Management?

I recently retired after 28 years with project management experience with a major telecommunications company. In my project manager role, I managed many projects with challenging schedules and budgets exceeding $2M to $25M. But, in the early years of my work, we weren’t even called project managers and used no organized methodologies. I secured my PMP certification about three years ago and learned the PMI view of using Earned Value Management to revise your forecast of the future progress of…See More
Jun 7, 2009
Anil V. PMP left a comment for Mary Ann Crow
"Hi, I am PMP, ITIL & COBIT certified project manager with B.E. - M.B.A. Qualification & want to make new connections in PM to gain knowledge about global PM practices & procedures."
Mar 10, 2009
Mary Ann Crow updated their profile
Mar 1, 2009
Mary Ann Crow is now a member of Project Managers
Mar 1, 2009

Profile Information

Company:
MACrow LLC
Job Title:
owner
City:
Cedar Park
State:
Texas
Country:
USA
Industry:
Other
Professional PM certifications:
Yes
Years in Project Management:
15+
Any other comments about yourself?
I retired from AT&T and spent my career in IT project management. I love to be a mentor and coach to young and interested professionals about this interesting yet challenging work. I now have my own LLC where I train the PMP Exam Certification Prep classes.

Mary Ann Crow's Blog

How did I survive being a seasoned PM without ever doing Earned Value Management?

I recently retired after 28 years with project management experience with a major telecommunications company. In my project manager role, I managed many projects with challenging schedules and budgets exceeding $2M to $25M. But, in the early years of my work, we weren’t even called project managers and used no organized methodologies. I secured my PMP certification about three years ago and learned the PMI view of using Earned Value Management to revise your forecast of the future progress of… Continue

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