This is the sixth entry in the PM Visionary Series.
I recently received an e-mail from Racquel Joseph, the Marketing Coordinator for a new project management software application called Acumen. After saying lots of nice things about my blog (which always makes me all gooey inside), she mentioned the [...]Read more and share your opinion →
This is the fourth and final(?) entry in the PM Visionary Series.
Some time ago I met Mark Phillips of Vertabase online in the Ask About Projects forum. We found we kept answering the same questions and in some cases commented on each others comments. I found many of [...]Read more and share your opinion →
This is the third entry in the PM Visionary Series.
Building this blog has been a wonderful experience, because of all the relationships it’s allowed me to develop. About a year ago, Bob Light of Crosspoint PPM sent me a note to introduce himself. It seems he had taken [...]Read more and share your opinion →
This is the first entry in the PM Visionary Series.
I’m quite thrilled to be able to introduce Andrew Filev of Wrike Software. In today’s article, he describes the challenges of globalization, information silos and frustrated scalability that led him on his journey. Please welcome Andrew by leaving your [...]Read more and share your opinion →
Last week I published a fun article entitled What Do PMs Want From Software in 2011? I received a lot of positive feedback for this piece both on and offline. What I enjoyed most was including other community members and compiling their thoughts in one place.
In the days following the publication, I [...]Read more and share your opinion →
(A guest post by Kristen Riley, of Villanova University)
So, about a week ago, I wrote a piece where I began what I expect to be a long ramble on soft skills that would span multiple blog posts. Well, this week I received a mail from a reader who offered her own take [...]Read more and share your opinion →
I'm Geoff Crane. After 22 years in the trenches of a lot of tough projects, I decided to change direction a little bit and focus on sparking ideas in the vibrant field of project management.
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