Tag: Blogs

And the Winner is…

And the Winner is…

Elizabeth Harrin! Congratulations, Elizabeth and her blog  A girl’s guide to Project Management, for taking home the prize at the ComputerWeekly IT Blog Awards 2010, in the category of Project Management. This is the 3rd year in a row Elizabeth has won in this category.  Take that as a hint people. Go read her blog! Like the…

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Daily Read Then & Now

Daily Read Then & Now

Then Back in January (2010), I published a list of my daily RSS feed reads It’s interesting how a change in technology changes your behavior.  Just like I used to watch television live and now I use a  DVR to watch it later, I now get most of my early morning reading from live tweets.  Though…

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IT Blog Awards 2010: Project Management

IT Blog Awards 2010: Project Management

The Critical Path has been nominated for the  Computer Weekly IT Blog Awards 2010 in the area of Project Management. I am honored to be considered, since I actually enjoy writing this blog. My audience continues to grow and I had visitors from 112 countries/territories in the last month.  Who knows, maybe it’s the recent…

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Brain eating Zombie PMs

Brain eating Zombie PMs

There are 3 things that spark my attention faster than anything. 1. Coffee 2. Zombies 3. {…} Damn ADD robbed me of my thought! But I digress. This morning, I read a blog post by Elizabeth Harrin titled Zombie Project Management. It reminded me of a series I read by Geoff Crane titled 9 Destructive…

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Tool Of The Week: Tweet Effect

Tool Of The Week: Tweet Effect

Because I feel it is important to help others, I figured I’d start doing something new.  It’s not a new idea in the grand scheme of the Internet, but it is something new for me.  I’m going to attempt to promote tools, people, or businesses on a weekly basis.  I’m not being compensated accept for…

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How To Know When A Meeting Has Ended

How To Know When A Meeting Has Ended

I just read are very intriguing post by Ken Clyne on the Agile Blog, located at RallyDev.com. The post was about how problems can arise when people don’t realize a meeting is over.  Ken offered one way to avoid the never-ending meeting is by having a clear signal that the meeting has ended. I could…

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