One of my favorite PM stories from the classroom was that someone wrote on a class evaluation that I taught a “supper” class. I happened to see it and chuckled. He looked at me questioningly, and I pointed to the word. He then fixed it to say that I had taught a “souper” class.

Another funny moment occurred when I asked a class when you should reset a project baseline. The head of the IT department in the class said “every Friday.” I asked him if he was ever late on a project and he said, “No!” Duh!!!!


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