Tag: Recommendation

Meetings: Get To The Point

Meetings: Get To The Point

Upon a brief review of my site analytics, I noticed something striking. For the month of February, almost nine percent (9%) of my page views are for one thing:  Free Meeting Minutes Template Back in March 2009, I wrote a post about helpful tips for running a meeting.  With it was a free copy of my meeting minutes…

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Free High Quality Hand Drawings

Free High Quality Hand Drawings

While trying to locate some graphics for a recent blog post, I received a notification from Twitter that an account called Pictofigo had followed me.  Curious about who they were, I checked out the Pictofigo website. This was exactly what I was looking for!  Pictofigo provides high quality freehand drawings for project managers, presenters, and…

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FollowFriday and Noteworthy Blogs

FollowFriday and Noteworthy Blogs

I’m going to steal an idea that I’ve seen used on The Project Centric – How to Manage a Camel blog. They have “Monday Morning Links” where they list blogs to read or people to follow on Twitter.  I found Lindsay Scott and the blog via Twitter on a Follow Friday.  I’ve been reading the blog…

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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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From the desk of VP Enterprise Solutions

From the desk of VP Enterprise Solutions

I just received a recommendation from someone I’ve worked with in the past. I have to admit, it’s really nice to hear good things from time to time. I’m a strong believer that you should tell people when they are screwing up. I’m an even stronger believer that you should tell people when they are…

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