Together the Project Success Incorporated team and the Project Success Method are an invaluable asset to any organization.

Our multi-industry, multi-discipline experienced team has been providing training and real-world consulting services globally to Fortune 500 and 1000 corporations for 38 years.

Every member of our training and consulting team has the necessary experience, knowledge, and skills needed to mentor, coach, train and consult on any type of project. We’ve developed the ability to distill complex challenges into simpler concepts. It’s our methodology and our people that help engage and inspire teams to achieve success. The PSI team is defined by experience:

  • Average 35 years of work experience
  • Average 19 years implementing the Project Success Method
  • Have facilitated thousands of projects in 25 countries across six continents

Clint Padgett

President and CEO

With over 25 years of project management experience, Clint has built his career helping Fortune 100 companies optimize their businesses.  He is a graduate of The Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and holds a MBA in Business Administration from The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.  Clint shares his expertise by speaking at conferences around the world and teaching classes at the SCTE-Georgia Tech Management Development Program. He is also the author of two books.

Agile Before Agile

Agile development has ushered in an obsession with adaptive planning and continuous improvement. But the collaborative effort of cross-functional teams that it relies on is all too often built without a strong foundation. Clint’s latest book provides the missing blueprint.

Project Success Executive Team

David M. Halm

Lead/Senior Consultant

David is a Lead/Senior Consultant with PSI. Since joining the company in 2005, he has provided consulting and other project support for clients in a wide range of industries, most prominently the heavy manufacturing industry and electric utility sector. David has worked in a broad variety of project types, including facility design/construction, product localization, product development/introduction, supplier selection, cost reduction and international sporting events. His consulting experience includes extensive international work, particularly in China and other locations within the Asia-Pacific region.

David’s work experience prior to joining PSI includes 15 years in the textile manufacturing industry. He has worked both domestically and internationally in a series of manufacturing and technical managerial roles, including as Project Manager for a major facility expansion/modernization, as Technical Manager for a facility design/construction/start-up (part of a four-year expatriate assignment in Mexico), and as a Process Improvement Manager.

David is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management with Certificates in Economics and Industrial/Organization Psychology. He is a member of the Project Management Institute and holds their Project Management Professional Certification (PMP). David lives in the Atlanta, GA (USA) area.

R.C. Rosacker

Principal Consultant and Instructor for PSI

R.C. (Rocky) Rosacker is a Principal Consultant and Instructor for PSI. Mr. Rosacker came to PSI with over 20 years of financial management and program development experience in Government service. He has an extensive background in planning, programming, and budgeting major capital projects. His project management experience includes systems development, facilities construction/start-up, new product introduction, manufacturing processes, continuous process improvement, quality improvement, and prototype development of nationwide Management Information System.

Mr. Rosacker was the lead consultant for Georgia Power Company’s Olympic Project Management group. He has been the lead consultant for the development of several Project Management Offices. Since 2002 Mr. Rosacker has worked with Caterpillar, Inc in emerging markets development. Additionally, he was the project manager for the implementation of Total Quality Management for a large government organization. Mr. Rosacker taught in the Computer Science Department at the U.S. Naval Academy in the capacity of an Associate Professor and has been an adjunct faculty member with the University of Maryland’s School of Business Administration. He has served on the personal staff of a Member of the U.S. Senate as a Congressional Fellow. Mr. Rosacker is a graduate of the University of Kansas with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin, belongs to several professional organizations and is a certified PMP.

Tawny R. Hall

Senior Consultant

Tawny Hall is a PSI Senior Consultant, and as such she has provided services to clients both nationally and internationally. Her project background and experience includes a wide range of applications including: new process and new product development and introduction, special event planning, facility construction and start-up, acquisitions, facility closures, development of project management office implementation, and international sporting events. Tawny has over 12 years of experience in using and applying the Project Success MethodSM as a consultant.
Prior to joining PSI, Tawny held process and environmental engineering positions, Total Quality Management and ISO 9000 development and auditing coordinator responsibility, and technical and operations managerial positions with firms in the chemical industry for over 25 years. She has extensive experience working with governmental entities both domestically and internationally on Environmental Regulatory Compliance, Contingency Planning and Emergency Management, and Environmental Emergency Response. Tawny has been instrumental in developing and implementing international Plans of Action to mitigate time-critical chemical and environmental emergencies. She was a lead instructor in the live-chemical emergency response training program developed in Baltimore, Maryland, which provided training and coordination with the United States Environmental Protection Agency along with various State and local Emergency Management and Environmental Protection Agencies. Tawny is a graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering and is named as co-inventor of the Continuous Phosphorylation Process represented in the United States Patent 4629803. In 2013, Tawny Hall was elected to serve as the District 1-H Governor (2013-2014) of the International Association of Lions Clubs, one of the world’s largest Non-Governmental Service Organizations, where she was responsible for organizing and directing the national and international humanitarian service activities of 1,500 Lions Club members in the Central Illinois District.


Project Success Method Courses®

IN  PERSON  – Atlanta – July 9-10, 2024


Classes include course materials, breakout sessions, and demonstrations.