"People are our greatest asset..." etc.
The key people for dashdot are the people we are working
The successes of projects and programmes are heavily
dependent on the people and organisations fully participating (or
not participating) at each stage.
We like working with good people, and providing circumstances
and opportunities for them to be better - to achieve success.
founder and principal of dashdot
over 30 years in project management
Registered Project Professional (RPP)
experienced front-line manager and client advisor
trainer, course leader and facilitator
conference chairman and speaker
joint founder and retained advisor of Buro Four
immediate past President, past Chairman, Vice President
2006-2012 and 2016-current, and Honorary Fellow of APM.
author and broadcaster
Recipient of the APM 2009 Sir Monty Finniston Award*
Project Magazine's Innovative Project Manager of
the the Year Award 2007
Honorary Member of Project Management Associations
for Finland, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Portugal, Spain, UK and for International
Project Management Association IPMA).
*The Sir Monty Finniston award is the most prestigious of the APM
Project Management Awards. It is the equivalent of a 'Lifetime
Achievement' award reflecting an individual's contribution to
the profession, be that as a single effort or as a sustained set
of activities over a long period, and is awarded at the discretion
For more details on Tom please visit www.tomtaylor.info
dashdot has a network of supporting and complimentary resources
as compatible organisations and some individuals which are introduced
to commissions as and when required and agreed.