Hi guys! As you know, I’ve been swallowed up by university. Who knew it was so much work? I wanted to give you the heads up that I’ll have some interesting stuff for you soon. I recently gave a presentation on the History of Project Management for my reading course. This wasn’t just some fluffy [...]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 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 →
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 →
Over the last year (really even before that), an interesting trend has arisen, towards bridging the gap between the real world and the world of video games. For those not familiar with this concept, it’s called “Gamification”, and it’s the application of video game mechanics and concepts to areas outside the video game industry.Read more and share your opinion →
One of my favourite project management bloggers, Derek Huether, wrote a piece last week about dealing with people who are consistently late for meetings. This is one of my personal major peeves and it has the same effect on me [...]Read more and share your opinion →
I recently came across an opinion piece by Liza Lowery Massey called Poor Project Management Dooms Many IT Projects.
I really liked it. She had some great points in the face of high rates of IT project failure, and inconsistencies between best practices and poor results. What particularly resonated with me [...]Read more and share your opinion →
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