About Andrew Powers

Andrew is a Consultant with experience in project management.

Gratitude in Scary Situations

By |2023-01-27T10:37:48-05:00January 26th, 2023|

As 2022 comes to a close and I reflect on the year, “gratitude” is one word that stands out.  Gratitude can present itself in a variety of ways, both personally and professionally.  Sometimes it presents itself immediately and sometimes it is a little harder to recognize and appreciate the moments in real time we [...]

The Silver Lining of Change: Unlikely Friends and Golf

By |2021-11-11T12:57:16-05:00March 8th, 2022|

Change is a natural part of life and has been since the beginning of time. Everyone has, is, or will experience some type of change throughout their lifetime. Changes to health, employment situations, family dynamics, and just about any other aspect of life can happen at a moment’s notice.  In moments of change, it’s [...]

Implementing Positive Changes – One Small Step at a Time

By |2021-12-22T12:07:50-05:00February 24th, 2022|

2020 was tough on a lot of people in a lot of ways. From the pandemic disruption, the social unrest throughout the United States, and a divided/heated presidential election; it seemed like the world was falling apart around me. Although I was fortunate enough to remain stable financially and professionally,  I slowly but surely [...]

Objectives and Metrics – Building a Stronger Team

By |2021-10-27T15:31:43-04:00November 30th, 2021|

Most people know that objectives and metrics are used to track performance in just about every aspect of modern life.  For those in the business world, this is often presented in the form of key performance indicators (KPI) and is monitored and tracked throughout a project or program. Conceptually, it’s not too difficult to [...]

A Beginners Guide: Instructional Design

By |2021-11-08T16:38:21-05:00December 14th, 2020|

Many organizations dream of having a company full of well-trained employees.  It’s no secret that well-trained employees are more productive, retain information better, and can ultimately lead to a workforce of positive, intrinsically motivated people.  In today’s ever-changing and increasingly virtual work world, business leaders should think strategically about how to develop and deliver [...]

Programs, Projects, and Portfolios: What’s the Difference?

By |2022-09-09T16:53:13-04:00September 13th, 2019|

I often hear people talk about various projects or programs they are involved in. You hear about diverse portfolios in terms of investments and businesses. If you’re like me, everything starts to sound the same after a while. While they may seem the same, there are distinct differences and nuances that influence how they are [...]

Have Fun and Go Run

By |2022-09-09T16:03:51-04:00August 16th, 2019|

If you’re like me, you’ve probably neglected your New Year’s resolution fitness goals of 2019, but are looking for ways to dive right in. With recent enhancements to the netlogx Wellness Reimbursement program, our options have greatly expanded for reimbursable wellness-related purchases. Unfortunately, I didn’t see golfing accessories on the list of acceptable items, so, [...]

A Psychiatric Perspective of Risk Management

By |2022-09-08T21:29:55-04:00June 14th, 2019|

Risk Management has been a fundamental aspect of our work with the Neuro Diagnostic Institute (NDI) located on the campus of Community East Hospital in Indianapolis throughout the building design, physical construction, patient move planning, and process and policy implementation. Risks spanned across different categories such as Patient Safety, Building Infrastructure, Staff Performance and Quality, [...]

Neuro Diagnostic Institute and Role of Business Process Mapping

By |2022-09-08T20:57:11-04:00April 15th, 2019|

I’ve had the opportunity to work on the Neuro Diagnostic Institute (NDI) project, which involves the construction of a new hospital, the NDI, in Indianapolis, which will replace the current State-operated facility, Larue Carter. Due to some fundamental changes in building layout and logistics, job functions and processes used today will look very different at [...]

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