Atlanta, GA — Cadence president and CEO John Patton joined the panel of research experts this week at the Project Management Institute’s North American Congress in Atlanta, GA. The “Complexity in Project Management and the Management of Complex Projects” panel marked the second part of PMI’s Research Program Working Session, and capstone to a year-long collaboration between the PMI research department and industry. The panel provided a launchpad for future discussions on the topic next year.

“Research in the project management field is a true passion for me, and I am thrilled and honored to join this distinguished panel,” says Patton. “We’re in the era of radically increasing complexity in projects around the world. The results are great, but the risks are even greater. This is our opportunity to add to the robust body of knowledge on the subject.”

The Atlanta panel is the first in a series of four on the subject of project complexity, the remaining sessions to be held at PMI Congresses in Asia, Europe, and Latin America throughout 2008.

The Atlanta panel is the first in a series of four on the subject of project complexity, the remaining sessions to be held at PMI Congresses in Asia, Europe, and Latin America throughout 2008.

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For over 25 years, Portland, Oregon-based Cadence Management Corporation has delivered formal project management training, consulting services, and supporting project tools to leading companies and project managers around the world. Today, organizations count on Cadence to provide structure and discipline to projects, to help them deliver more with less. From Locomotives to PCs, financial services to medical equipment, spacecraft to coffee, Cadence is in the products and services that touch the world every day. Cadence Management Corporation: Connecting people worldwide and transforming businesses through project management.

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