My Areas Of Expertise
- Estimating & Pricing 98% 98%
- Project Management & Production Management Consulting 97% 97%
- Web Services & Web Design, Graphic Design & Illustration, 96% 96%
- General Business Consulting 95% 95%
- FileMaker Database Design 94% 94%
- The Macintosh OS & iOS 93% 93%
I now have over 44 years of a wide and varied experience from working in Building & Remodeling and Theatre Design & Technology trades ranging from working in this trades years ago to project management and general business consulting as well as the development of web-based marketing today.
A little history…Back in 1986, I founded Eastlake Associates to pursue my interests and personal directions in designing and building. In 1988 I changed the company name and incorporated as Paradigm Associates Ltd. (now know as Paradigm Building & Remodeling on the web) and proceeded to build a diversified project portfolio with special expertise and skills applicable in residential interiors & exteriors, store & restaurant interiors, trade show & museum exhibits, themed environments, as well as computer technology.
In January of 2003, I split the company into Paradigm Building & Remodeling and Paradigm Projects became where I would pursue the applications of information technology as it relates to business and project management.
I have some 30 plus years of experience both studying and practicing Critical Path Project Management (CPM) and somewhere around 16 years of experience with the more modern application of Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) method which is based on the principles of Theory of Constraints management.
I’m also the primary developer behind the 360 Difference line of FileMaker Pro software solutions for builder remodelers and construction industry trade contractors
In addition my construction industry trade skills and business acumen I’m also a skilled artist/ illustrator, and theatrical set & lighting designer.
Since the late 1990s I’ve been writing about my thoughts on the industry in my Quietly Re-Thinking Out Loud: Exploring New Paradigms for How We Manage What We Build blog.
(Primus Inter Pares — a Latin phrase meaning “First Among Equals” that I first picked up on reading reading the introduction to Patrick McKenna’s and David Maister’s book First Among Equals: How to Manage a Group of Professionals. years ago)
Peter Hayes — Business Consultant
Areas Of Expertise
- Sales 98% 98%
- Business Planning 97% 97%
- Public Relations 96% 96%
- Strategic Partnerships 95% 95%
- Retailing 94% 94%
Peter handles new sales and is responsible for all strategic relationships the company is building. He has brought 32 years of extensive experience in investor and client relations in corporate and start-ups entrepreneurial in nature. Peter has been directing and managing entrepreneurial operations in NY, AZ and CT. Over the years he has worked at directing and managing operations of various start-up companies all successful under his direction. In these positions, Peter has spearheaded the business planning and organization of programs, systems, and the expansion of investor relationships thereby increasing access to working capital.
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If came here looking for content and you see this don't let that deter your curiosity. The other day I published a blog post We're Remodeling Our Website And Were Doing While We're In Flight.. so yes there is content missing that we still haven't edited and/or re-published yet. If you need help and want to know more about the subject of this particular page just head on over to my contact page and fill out the form there or just send me an Email and I'll get back to you ASAP. You can also click on the phone number above to give me a call 8:00am to 5:30pm EST too. I just remodeled the websites for our 360 Difference Software and this one here this February and updating some of the older content removing the clumsy old Adobe Dreamweaver and GoLive code is daunting especially when you have 51 pages and 136 blog posts to check through while you are also working on client projects and some new FileMaker Database products that we'll be releasing this summer.