Soma Bhattacharya Hits Me Up

Soma BhattacharyaYou know what I love about social media? An old fogie like me can get attention from enthusiastic young people who are smarter than me, better educated than me, and have miles of fabulous possibility yet to unfold before them. When I read Soma Bhattacharya’s Stepping Into Project Management blog, I see that inquisitive determination that only comes from a young mind that’s sharp as a razor.

So it was a great pleasure when Soma contacted me and asked for an interview. She asked me some very pointed questions, that really made me stop and think about how to answer.

Please support Soma by visiting her blog, and if you have any suggestions for her on delving deeper into the project management profession, by all means, connect with her directly!

Thank you very much, Soma, I hope I was able to provide your readers something helpful!

I’m a professor of project management at the college where I work. My students continually amaze me with their insights, passion and all-around awesomeness. I figure they deserve access to more answers than I can give them by myself. This site is for them.
  • Geoff- Thank you so much for doing the interview, it was an absolute honor.

    Your support means a lot to me, a blessing that I hope will keep me inspired.

  • The honor was mine! 🙂 I think you're offering a fabulous resource to new project managers starting out. It's a tough job and you do your readers a great service by showing them your path.

    Cheers, Soma! 🙂

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