San José, Costa Rica — Cadence president and CEO John Patton delivered the pitfalls and best practices of virtual project teams today at the 2007 Project Management Congress of Central America and the Caribbean. Patton’s speech, “Effective Virtual Team Communication: Enabling a Common Practice for Complete Project Conversation,” was particularly appropriate for the 250 international attendees from 11 countries.

“Latin America has been a true laboratory for showing off the best that Project Management has to offer,” said Patton. “A virtual team is standard operation for organizations in this part of the world. We’re proud to contribute, and to bring some new thinking to this discussion.”

This year’s congress played host to over 450 attendees, making it one of the largest gatherings for project management professionals in Latin America.

About Cadence Management Corporation

For over 25 years, Portland, Oregon-based Cadence Management Corporation has delivered formal project management training, consulting services, and supporting project tools to leading companies and project managers around the world. Today, organizations count on Cadence to provide structure and discipline to projects, to help them deliver more with less. From Locomotives to PCs, financial services to medical equipment, spacecraft to coffee, Cadence is in the products and services that touch the world every day. Cadence Management Corporation: Connecting people worldwide and transforming businesses through project management.

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