Tamara Harpster

Tamara Harpster

Owner, Shell Creek Publishing

Tamara Harpster, small business owner, has spent her career organizing people and building environments where they can excel. With her background in software development, her goal has always been finding ways to use technology effectively with a team. With additional skills in project management, she has learned to listen to people and help them solve their problems in ways that work with their unique abilities. Her methods help to build sustainable procedures as tools for the work in ways that are meaningful for the team. 

 Her experience includes over thirty-five years as a Department of Defense (DoD) contractor, working with software development cycles, development of technical manuals and training materials, and project management and scheduling. She has created methods and documentation for project tracking so managers and employees better understand the work to be completed.  Her writing about business processes can be found on her blog series “Theory versus Reality” at  https://shellcreekpublishing.com/category/theory-vs-reality/

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