The New England Branch of the Project Management Institute hired Mark Twain to speak to their membership as part of the dinner entertainment. The planners loved Twain, but didn’t know what a nineteenth century writer of fiction might say to such a group.
We put years of project management experience to good use in the final speech which delivered 25 minutes of hilarity in a way that all Project Managers can relate to – on budget and on time. The audience was in a celebratory mood and particularly enjoyed challenging Twain in the impromptu Q&A.
Our client’s testimonial:
“You delivered this in a way that far exceeded expectations. People have been asking for more of the same and we frankly don’t know how we’re going to follow you.”