Ronald Smith, PMP has over four decades of experience as Senior PM/Program Manager. He retired from IBM having written four books and over six dozen articles (for example, PMI’s PM Network magazine and MPUG) on project management, and the systems development life cycle (SDLC). He’s been a member of PMI since 1998 and evaluates articles submitted to PMI’s Knowledge Shelf Library for potential publication. From 2011 - 2017, Ronald had been an Adjunct Professor for a Master of Science in Technology and taught PM courses at the University of Houston’s College of Technology. Teaching from his own book, Project Management Tools and Techniques – A Practical Guide, Ronald offers a perspective on project management that reflects his many years of experience. Lastly in the Houston area, he has started up two Toastmasters clubs, does voluntary work at various food banks, and is a master swimmer.
Project for the Web, released at the end of 2019, is a powerful but lightweight scheduling application best described as the bridge between Planner and Project Online. Designed with compatibility in mind, it is a […]