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Garry Flemings established Midwest Project Management. His long study of software development organizations and their behavior will help your business. Since 1992, he has always worked in Information Technology and in program or project management. In that time, he has worked in government and industry; large companies and small; systems and application software development; IT infrastructure; large projects and small; consulting and employee; and employee, manager, and mentor. He builds consensus. He encourages change without exceeding the organization's tolerance.

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We hope you have attended one of Garry's classes or workshops. He frequently teaches and speaks about project management and software engineering. He spoke three times at Infotec (an annual IT-oriented convention in Omaha), receiving excellent reviews. He spoke to a monthly meeting of the Project Management Institute and at their ProDev (Professional Development Day). He has spoken at several of the PMI Heartland Chapter project management Study Groups. He organized a five week review of the PMI Standard for Program Management.

Garry is active in Omaha professional organizations, having served many leadership roles in the Project Management Institute's Heartland Chapter (including Chapter President). He attends meetings of the Omaha Agile User Group and the Omaha chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals.

At the end of 2009, the Heartland Chapter of the Project Management Institute recognized Garry as their "Volunteer of the Year".

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