The February Source magazine is now posted for you to read and review. Featured is a bonus technical article, “A Practical Guide to Successful Program Scheduling,” authored by Chris Carson, CEP DRMP FAACE, Vishu Divvela and Gino Napuri, EVP. The issue also includes a Technical Board column by John Orr, titled, “Timely Time Extensions.”
There is a reminder that voting for Board of Director and positions on the associate Membership Board will open on February 1 and continue through 4 p.m. on March 15. The various candidates are listed, and you can log onto web.aacei.org and read candidate bios and goals.
This month’s TED Talk is titled, “How to break bad management habits before they reach the next generation of leaders.” Click and watch this video. There is also a one-page article titled, “One-on-one meetings matter more than you know.” Check it out.
The issue has a “Get Certified/Stay Certified article from the AACE Certification Department concerning a good 2019 new year resolution.
The AACE President’s Message is titled: “A Change in Perspective.”
Read about Rajeev Saksena, CCP, and his mentoring experiences; read about Jessica Yan in this month’s Women in Project Controls profile and Scarlet Thwe in the Rising Professional profile.
The issue covers Julie Owen, Laurie Bowman and Feng Shen’s 2019 China tour, the 2018 Business Forum on Cost Engineering in Russia, the India Section conducting training and five Sections share event updates in the Section News bulletin.
Read about the late Elizabeth Harrison being posthumously honored with the North Florida Section’s You’re A Star Award and note the December 5 passing of longtime AACE member Dennis Van Kirk.
You can check out a listing of AACE Corporate members, find information on AACE contacts, review the calendar of upcoming events, products available in the Online Store and see what technical articles will be featured in the March/April Cost Engineering journal.
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Remember that everyone has access to Source magazine, so you can share the above link and encourage co-workers to become AACE members by letting them read this issue and see the quality of our technical content. Again, read and enjoy as the February Source magazine is posted and available for viewing.