Bob HeadshotRobert F. Baim (Bob) uses the power of motivation to provide training and consulting services to companies in all business sectors, anywhere on the globe, that are interested in improving their project management and business management processes. As Managing Partner of TECG LLC he provides senior consulting and training services to numerous Fortune 500 companies in a broad range of industries as well as “field of dream” endeavors. Bob is an Engineer, MBA, and is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP®) from the Project Management Institute (PMI) He served as adjunct professor with Idaho State University in the field of organizational behavior. He maintains the distinction as a Certified Cost Professional (CCP) from the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE).

Bob’s global travels include twenty different countries in the past ten years, during which time he spent over 100 days working in India. During his travels he demonstrates the importance of project management and promotes his popular book, Avoiding the OS Phase®, now in its second printing.

Bob believes in supporting academic programs related to business. In this regard, he continues to serve annually as a volunteer judge in the International Collegiate Business Policy Competition held in San Diego, Ca.

 
 
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    "Don’t let anyone ever convince you that the lack of a scope management process is okay."

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    "It’s time to get everyone focused on fixing the process problems, not covering them up!"

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    "The cover-up must never begin. If it has started, it must stop! Time spent on spin control is wasted."

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    "The cliché, you’ll laugh about this tomorrow, probably originated after someone hit the OS Phase."

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    "The sooner you understand and appreciate the reality of the OS Phase the sooner you will be able to start the recovery process."

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    "If your project is in trouble, chances are that you’ve hit the OS Phase."

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    "If the schedule isn’t representative of what is happening then the implication is that communication has broken down."

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    "The schedule represents the primary communication tool between the project manager and the project team."

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    "You can’t have a solid schedule if you have soft scope."