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Things Your PMO is Doing Wrong by Michael Hatfield

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CHAPTER 2

Training and Certification

The other animal in my life, of course, is the Pinto I ride on Bonanza. His name is Cochise, and he's nuts. He hates all horses. No one can ride either in front of him or behind him. If there's a horse in back of him he kicks, and if there's one in front of him, he bites. That's why you usually see us riding abreast. The trouble with the horse is that he's only bold when I'm mounted. When no one is riding him, he's timid. He's been trained to rear up, and this looks great, even if it does make me look like the Lone Ranger. I just wish he wouldn't rear on my lines.

—Michael Landon

This chapter has the potential to be the most controversial chapter in the book, since project management training is a big industry ...

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