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Casey Freeman

Since joining JMW in 2007, Casey has helped clients throughout the world take on major breakthrough projects which are vital to their continued growth and success. Through a combination of coaching and consulting, he works with leaders and their teams to approach critical objectives in new ways—from measurable cost savings and the generation of new and significant revenues, to dramatic quality and productivity improvements.
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Recent Posts

Prime Time For The Water Sector: Time To Reconsider 'Best Practice'

With water scarcity on the minds of many Americans, seizing that opportunity — making changes such as infrastructure improvements while also translating public awareness into lower water usage...

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You need a bigger problem

The consequences for under-performing projects in today’s tightly-margined environment are very real. When considering how to respond to the inevitable setbacks and challenges projects face, Casey...

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Leading a Megaproject? Three Things to Know First

As featured in project management.com

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Don’t Believe Everything You Sign: A contract doesn’t make a partnership

Every project starts with a contract. In far too many instances, it also starts with a myth about that contract. The myth is that a nice, dense document full of caveats will cover every possible...

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About That Fine Print: The Hidden Context of Best Practice

One of the strengths of the project management community is that project teams consistently look at their history and draw conclusions about how to do things better the next time around – avoiding...

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Project Performance: The Missing Conversation

I was leading a session for about 100 people recently and when it was time for the first coffee break, I asked everyone to be back in their chairs in 15 minutes. But it was at least 20 minutes before...

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Nothing’s Proprietary, Anything’s Preventable: Safety Culture

I’ve been working with a group of people who are literally in the trenches, constructing a multi-billion-dollar mine in a rural Canadian province. The massive project is run by a leading global...

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