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Charles Logan, MBA, PMP, PMI-RMP, DCCA

Senior Project Manager / Commissioning Engineer at Commissioning Agents, Inc. (CAI)

Charlotte, United States

Retired Master Chief from the Nuclear Navy of 29 years. 5 years as a Principal Engineer / Account Manager for a Nuclear Liability Insurance company. Now I'm a Senior Project Manager / Commissioning Engineer in the Mission Critical Data Centers industry. Certified PMP, PMI-RMP, DCCA, LSSBB.

Coached, mentored and trained Engineering Department Managers. Continuously performed Engineering Readiness Reviews, inspections and evaluated Engineering Departments’ performance.

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Thought Leader Profile

Portfolio Mix

Company Information

Company Type: Company
Business Unit: Mission Critical Facilities

Areas of Expertise

Change Management 30.67
Culture 30.35
HR 30.08
Leadership 30.30
Management 30.74
Risk Management 30.89
Sustainability 31.29
Lean Startup 31.40
Design Thinking 30.12
Customer Experience 30.17

Industry Experience

Engineering & Construction
Financial Services & Banking
High Tech & Electronics
Higher Education & Research
Professional Services


11 Article/Blogs
Engage the Team
Charles S. Logan
February 09, 2020
The leader must be engaged with the team before the team will become engaged with the leader’s priorities.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Culture

Don't give up on your goal when you have to put it on hold.
November 26, 2018
Sometimes you must put your goal (dreams if you will) on hold through no fault of your own. It could be a personal setback, need to help someone else, or even your boss giving you a more pressing project to work on. This can derail your own goals or just slow them down and that all depends on you.

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Tags: Sustainability, Leadership, Change Management

Return on Investment (ROI)
March 06, 2018
As you know, the ROI calculation is often the “bottom line” (pun intended) for determining whether or not a project is approved. It is a usually a straightforward calculation that allows management to determine the fiscal impact of the project. If the ROI is positive, it might have a better chance at being approved. And, when the ROI is negative, then its chances of being approved are much smaller… but in some situations, it might still be approved. Let’s consider both outcomes and see why this is.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Risk Management

Logan's MDC method for Change
LinkedIn Slideshare
February 16, 2018
Process for Problem Resolution and Change Management that can be tailored to fit your organization to improve Operational Excellence.

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Tags: Change Management, Risk Management, Sustainability

Strategy is nothing without the right Culture
September 30, 2016
Strategy is nothing without the right Culture

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Tags: Design Thinking, Leadership, Culture

Hearing is automatic. Listening, not so much
January 16, 2016
Don’t you hate it, when someone asks you a question and then doesn’t wait for the answer? They cut you off in mid-sentence.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Management, Leadership

That’s the way we’ve always done it.
December 12, 2015
“It's not written down, but that’s the way we have done it for 30 years”. That was probably great 30 years ago, but what about today? Is there a better and newer way to do things?

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Tags: Change Management, Culture, Leadership

"We’re Improving"; did we make the goal or not?
November 15, 2015
If you want to make significant progress at conquering your goals and achieve “Excellence in Performance” at your organization; you may need a paradigm shift in your way of thinking and reporting your organizational progress.

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Tags: Leadership, Change Management, Risk Management

Adult Facilitation Skills
LinkedIn Slideshare
February 07, 2015
Effective adult facilitation skills core learning modules:

1. Presentation Skills
2. Using Visual Aids
3. Preparation
4. Instructor Mechanics
5. Adult Learning Model
6. Three Learning styles
7. Team Dynamics in the Classroom
8. Managing Difficult Situations

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Tags: HR, Leadership, Management

Adding Training within Industry (TWI) to the CPI program
December 27, 2014
Teach Training within Industry (TWI) in your Implementation and Control phase of the DMAIC to train the individuals affected by the new improved process.

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Tags: Change Management, Lean Startup, Risk Management

Organizational Self-Assessment
December 04, 2014
Key leaders need to be educated and proficient in the use and application of the basic fundamentals of the organization’s self-assessment program.

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Tags: Sustainability, Management, Culture



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