So, I was just over on Elizabeth Harrin’s blog, rabidly trying to catch up on her posts (she’s one of my favourites) after crunch week at university. While I was there, I caught her piece, Is Project Management Training Really Effective?
In the post, she presents some research that indicates project [...]Read more and share your opinion →
We all have things we’re known for. In my case, you give me a team that’s completely demoralized and dysfunctional, and I’ll turn it around and get it working effectively again. To that point, someone asked me a couple days ago, “Geoff I hear you’re really good at getting people to work together. How do [...]Read more and share your opinion →
So I’ve been looking rather unsuccessfully for work lately and one of the things that’s been really gnawing at me is the human resource black hole. We all know how it is…you contact an employer about a job and then never hear back. Recruiters are incredibly busy people so despite being out of work, we [...]Read more and share your opinion →
Unless you missed the 70s because of too many chemicals or not being born yet, you remember disco. And the associated afros and bell-bottoms and platform shoes and shark tooth pendants. Completely outta sight, baby…meet me later in your loudest polyester outfit [...]Read more and share your opinion →
“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.”
Okay so I’m going to go in a weird direction today. I just left comments over at Derek Huether’s and Ty Kiisel’s blogs, about the need for consistency and repetition in project environments. While writing my comments, I remembered back to university when I studied the Attic Greek [...]Read more and share your opinion →
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