This post picks up from my previous one on negotiations, and adds some more of my thoughts on the actual process.Read more and share your opinion →
Okay, so yesterday I got a bit snarky and went on a terrible rant about poor Prince Humphrey and the abysmal negotiation tactics that got him into trouble. Today I wanted to calm things down and talk about negotiation a little bit. I have some specific suggestions for new negotiators that might help [...]Read more and share your opinion →
This is the story of Prince Humphrey.
Once upon a time in the fair Kingdom of Avonblechshire-upon-Stoakley there lived a handsome prince named Humphrey. He was a very well meaning chap, and very happy-go-lucky. On his days off, he often frolicked in the Fields of Tralagagme chasing butterflies and writing rancid poetry. When he [...]Read more and share your opinion →
Before the knowledge I inhaled over the weekend evaporates forever and I’m left a shell of a man, I thought I’d write down my thoughts on preparing for the PMP exam. If you’re gearing up for it, some of what I say might be helpful (or not). The best I can give you [...]Read more and share your opinion →
Well butter a cowpie and upchuck your beer, I just passed my PMP exam!
And so my weekend from hell is over.
As I mentioned in my Friday post, I decided to go for my PMP since I’m in this weird life transition. Having credentials seems to beat not having credentials in terms of opening [...]Read more and share your opinion →
This post is for my regular readers who’ve been following my tribulations over the last few months. It’s been kind of eventful, which surprised me. For the last two years my life has moved at a snail’s pace. Stuff happens here, stuff happens there, but nothing’s really been accomplished. Blogging’s been pretty much the only [...]Read more and share your opinion →
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 →
The other day I wrote a response to Elizabeth Harrin’s post about measuring the success of project management training. I’ve been thinking about that post off-and-on since I wrote it. I’ve especially been thinking about the example I gave about a stakeholder who doesn’t want to box himself into [...]Read more and share your opinion →
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