​​​​December 2022 AACE Holiday Event 


Date:   December 6th, 2022

Location:   Homes Brewery

            2321 Jackson Ave.

             Ann Arbor, MI 48103

             (734-954-6637)

Networking starts at 6:00 pm, trivia and games start at 7:00 pm




Project Scheduling: A Short-Term and Long-Term Prediction of Where We Are Heading

Presenter:  Alexander Itsell-Olson, MBA


Date:   October 19th, 2022


Location:  Weber's Inn

                 3050 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor, MI

                 (734) 769-2500


Time:   6:00 pm to 6:30 pm – Social Hour
            6:30 pm to 7:15 pm  - Dinner

            7:15 pm to 8:15 pm - Program


Cost:  $30 for Program and Dinner -  Students are FREE but must RSVP

           (Cost is being held to Pre-Pandemic rates)


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Presentation and Speaker Info


Topic:  Project Scheduling:  A Short-Term and             Long-Term Prediction of Where We Are           Headed  

The skillset of Project Scheduling has changed very little over the last decade.  Scheduling tool development has been relatively stagnant.  However, as technology companies push the productive capabilities of the individual workers across all companies in the project scheduling industry will be required to evolve from its current form.  The presentation will tap some current themes and trends being seen in the industry and attempt to extrapolate them into the next several decades of the industry.

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Presenter:

Alexander Itsell-Olson, MBA







Alex is a Project Controls Manager with Consumers Energy who currently leads a team of project schedulers.  His strengths include ideation, analytical thinking and project execution.  He loves to evaluate and learn about different software, especially when it comes to process improvements.  He has 10+ years of experience in various project controls roles for different S&P companies.  He has an MBA from Purdue University, is current AACE Great Lakes Section Vice President, and is an AACE Distinguished Presenter from Toronto 2015.

AACE Great Lakes Section

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