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 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 →
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 →
Over the last few years I’ve become quite involved with social media. That’s great and all, but to be perfectly honest, there are some days I wish I’d never become active. It’s not that I don’t enjoy connecting with others, and it’s not that I don’t care about what people are doing; it’s all the [...]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 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 →
I'm Geoff Crane. After 22 years in the trenches of a lot of tough projects, I decided to change direction a little bit and focus on sparking ideas in the vibrant field of project management.
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