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A Fish in Your Ear: The New Discipline of Project Portfolio Management (Volume 1) by Michael Menard

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About meLabeled as "non college bound" he was placed in a trade school program. At the age of twenty-one Michael Menard joined Johnson & Johnson to operate the blueprint machine. Twenty-five years later he was named the company's first VP of engineering and an officer of the company with responsibilities in forty-four countries. Now labeled as "exemplory creator", he has received fourteen US and multiple international patents including the inventions of infant disposable diapers with elastic legs and sanitary napkins with wings for women.

As co-founder and president of The GenSight Group, a company helping corporations find a systematic approach to strategic choice and resource optimization, Michael has advised senior leadership at institutions such as Fedex, Westinghouse, Cisco, Glaxo, Pfizer, Coca-Cola, and the US Department of Energy.

Michael has contributed to numerous professional publications including Harvard Management Update, Gartner Research, and The Journal of the American Management Association. His book, A Fish in Your Ear: The New Discipline of Project Portfolio Management is available on Amazon.com.

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