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Welcome to my new website! This is the official site to Todd C. Williams. The other site, which some of you know about, is maintained by my evil twin brother.
Like his blogs? You will love his book. Rescue the Problem Project: A Complete Guide to Identifying, Preventing, and Recovering from Project Failure.
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Written by Todd C. Williams Tuesday, 12 April 2011 04:54
Thank you to everyone who came to the party! Although we do not have an exact count we can see how many name badges were used so we know nearly 180 people showed up. Whether you were there or not, this video captures the spirit.
Last Updated on Friday, 11 February 2011 22:06 Written by Todd C. Williams Sunday, 06 February 2011 07:53
For twenty-five years Presidents, Vice Presidents, and C-Level executives of manufacturing and service companies have asked Mr. Todd Williams to help them build leading-edge systems, improve organization efficiency, and turn-around troubled projects. From this experience, he has developed methods to streamline organizations, recover red projects and help prevent recurring failures.
In his first book, Rescue the Problem Project: A Complete Guide to Identifying, Preventing, and Recovering from Project Failure (March 2011), he defines a project audit and recovery process that rescues failing projects while focusing on root cause correction and prevention. His experience covers many domains inside manufacturing and service industries. Experience is drawn from working on internal and third-party projects, including integration of manufacturing systems, equipment integration, web-based collaboration tools, thick clients with automated internet update, and large-scale business systems integration. His cultural experience includes the Pacific Rim, Middle East and North America, coordinating teams dispersed in as many as five countries, three continents and countless time zones. Over the years has a developed team philosophy that he finds critical in recovering projects.
As President of eCameron, Inc., located outside Portland, Oregon, he is considered an expert in rescuing projects and preventing their failure. He maintains a blog that has been quoted on ZDNet, The Center for CIO Leadership, CIO Essentials, IT Business Edge, and Project Managers Planet.