rick freedman

Helping IT technicians become consultants

Rick has over twenty-five years of experience as a consultant, with firms like Citicorp, Dun & Bradstreet, Intel, NEC, Cap Gemini, and Siemens. He’s written three books and dozens of articles about IT consulting, and has presented his “Consulting Skills for IT Professionals” class to thousands, across the U.S., and in China, Japan, India, Sweden, UK, Germany, and Singapore. Rick is a frequent guest speaker at Project Management Institute conferences, Microsoft Partner conferences, and other industry events.
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dzone.com
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Back to the Roots: Where Agile Came From
October, 30 2015
techrepublic.com
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Adopting PMI standards in an IT environment
May, 20 2002
techrepublic.com
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Breaking up with problem clients
April, 24 2001
switchon.eaton.com
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DRaaS: Disaster Recovery moves to the cloud
May, 19 2015
techrepublic.com
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Cloud computing migration issues: What you need to know
December, 22 2009
techrepublic.com
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A conversation with a knowledge management guru, part 1
July, 10 2000
techrepublic.com
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Agile teams: Focus on the people rather than the process
June, 30 2009
switchon.eaton.com
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3D Xpoint: The Death of Solid State Storage?
September, 15 2015
techrepublic.com
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A PM's lessons learned from delivering a CMS
December, 15 2009
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