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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
About a year ago, I wrote an article called “Is the PMP Losing Its Value“. To date, that article remains the most commented-on piece on this blog.
This year, I wanted to revisit that article, for a couple reasons. Firstly, I know this subject rankles Derek Huether and [...]Read more and share your opinion →
(A guest post by Rick Valerga, author of The Cure for the Common Project)
About a week ago, project management author Rick Valerga approached me through the blog to chat about social media. We hit it off right away and I immediately vomited a thousand random thoughts onto him. In retrospect, [...]Read more and share your opinion →
I attended a funeral this weekend. It was for my father’s cousin at whose house I spent so much of my childhood. We weren’t particularly close–I haven’t seen her in years. However, I understand towards the end she became a shut-in, and when she died, she died alone. That made me very sad.
Like many [...]Read more and share your opinion →
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