Posts by Todd Williams
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Todd C. Williams is the founder and president of eCameron, Inc. (www.ecaminc.com), they help companies make their vision profitable. He has over 25 years of experience in recovering failing projects, preventing their failure, and applying those lessons to help other organizations fulfill their strategic goals. He has helped his clients through strategic planning facilitation, setting up and running operations, IT leadership, and as an expert witness. He is the author of Rescue the Problem Project: A Complete Guide to Identifying, Preventing, and Recovering from Project Failure and can be found on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/backfromred/), Twitter (twitter.com/backfromred), Facebook (facebook.com/BackFromRed ), by phone: +1 (360) 834-7361, or email: todd.williams@ecaminc.com.
rescuing a project from failure

5 Tips to Proactively Handle Project Failure

By | Posted Aug 20, 2014

Being in the business of buoying beleaguered projects, there is one B-word I loathe —blame. It is the most frequently […]

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3 Words That Can Rescue a Failing Project: What Project Managers Can Learn from Mandela

By | Posted Jul 1, 2014 | 1 Comment

The minute something goes wrong on a project or in the company we look for the person at fault and remove or demote them. Learn what 3 words from the late Nelson Mandela can change your company’s culture and improve the success rate of your projects.

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Eleven Key Traits for Turning Project Vision into Value

By | Posted Jun 4, 2014 | 2 Comments

The goal of any successful Project manager is to deliver project value. A project is nothing more than a vehicle […]

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4 Simple Actions to Keep Your Project (and You) Out of Court

By | Posted Mar 5, 2014 | 2 Comments

It was a rough project management day to deal with and you are glad it is over. People around the […]

project success

Planning for Project Success: Laying the Foundation

By | Posted Jan 15, 2014 | 2 Comments

We all want our projects to succeed. Success, though, is elusive to organizations that fail to properly define where they […]

project success by learning from experience

Planning for Project Success: Learning from Experience

By | Posted Jan 8, 2014

Success: Part strategy, part people, part methodology, and some luck thrown in for good measure. Considering we have no control […]

project leadership

7 Leadership Techniques to Avoid Failed Projects

By | Posted Dec 11, 2013 | 1 Comment

With all the drive to create certifications, the project management world has tried to define itself as a science solely […]

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5 Project Management Techniques to Avoid Project Failure

By | Posted Dec 4, 2013 | 2 Comments

Failure is everywhere. Daily brings more headline news of some project that has had huge cost over runs, is missing […]