It’s my pleasure once again to bring you a new episode of the Project Management for the Masses podcast!
Every time I have a guest on the show I make sure I think about good questions to ask them so I can get them to share great information with you. Every once in a while, my guest has such an impressive resume that my main concern when talking with them becomes simply not to sound like a fool! Mr. Alleman is an accomplished scientist and formidable project management, and his insights blew me away.
I’m absolutely humbled to be connected with him and proud to bring this conversation to you. Enjoy!
Glen B. Alleman leads the Program Planning and Controls practice for Niwot Ridge, LLC. In this position, Glen’s brings his 25 years’ experience in program management, systems engineering, software development, and general management to bear on the problems of performance based program management.
Mr. Alleman’s experience ranges from real time process control in a variety of technical domains to product development management and Program Management in a variety of firms including Logicon, TRW, CH2M Hill, SM&A, and several consulting firms before joining Niwot Ridge, L.L.C.
Mr. Alleman’s teaching experience include university level course in mathematics, physics, and computer science. Currently Mr. Alleman is a Principle at Niwot Ridge, LLC and the developer of the Deliverables Based Planning® method and applies to its Aerospace, Defense, and Enterprise IT engagements.
This method is applied from proposal activities through program execution focusing on IMP/IMS, programmatic risk, Technical Performance Measures, CAM, and PP&C mentoring and training, process improvement, DCMA Validation, and increasing the probability of success for mission critical programs.
On this episode also I bring you Dave Gordon and his quick selection of the articles related to PM for the past few days you cannot miss.
Once again I bring you Dev Ramcharan and his excellent career tips for project managers.
As you may remember, I created a Kickstarter campaign last year that fully funded the development of this book project. Since then I have been working every day to complete my first book.
In the next few days I will complete the first draft. I’m almost there!
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