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Day of Gratitude 2013

December 11, 2013

We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in the UK but that doesn’t mean I’m not thankful. As we approach the end of the year, it’s time to say thank you to those people who have helped keep my blog going and growing over the past 12 months, especially as I took time out on maternity leave. It […]

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Carnival of Project Management #45

April 26, 2013

Welcome to the March/April 2013 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. It’s our 45th edition! Ben Aston presents How to run a great project kick-off meeting posted at The Digital Project Manager, saying, “All projects start somewhere. But how you start them can often dictate how the rest of the project or client relationship […]

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Carnival of Project Management #44

February 15, 2013

Welcome to the January/February 2013 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. Here’s the round up of the best articles submitted this time. Pmpad presents Project Manager: leader or manager? posted at The Project Manager Pad, saying, “While the manager’s vocabulary usually includes words such as administering, authority, duties or objectives, the leader talks to […]

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Carnival of Project Management #43

December 5, 2012

Welcome to the November/December 2012 edition of carnival of project management. John Gough presents We Should All Remember Tommy Flowers in 2013 posted at Project Management at iJourneys, saying, “In 1943 Tommy Flowers built the first electronic digital computer to help Bletchley Park break the Lorenz code. After he had built the first machine he […]

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From the archives

November 14, 2012

It’s almost the end of my sixth year blogging about project management. I thought it was time to look back through the archives and see what were the hot topics and popular articles from the time. This is what we were talking about back then: This time last year: There’s no such thing as a […]

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Carnival of Project Management #39

March 28, 2012

Welcome to the March/April 2012 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. The Carnival is a round up of the best project management articles that I have found over the last two months. Michelle Symonds presents Why Throwing Resources at a Project Won’t Save it posted at ProjectSmart, saying, “Can extra resources genuinely rescue a […]

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PMI EMEA Congress Round up

June 22, 2011

PMI Global Congress EMEA was attended by 808 people from 54 countries. The countries that sent the most delegates were the United States (weird for a European event, but someone I spoke to said it was a good networking opportunity), the U.K., Ireland, Italy and Germany. I also met people from the U.A.E., Nigeria, Kuwait, […]

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PMI Global Congress 2010 North America round up

October 22, 2010

PMI Global Congress generates a lot of blog posts, podcasts and videos.  Here’s my round up of some of the best pieces to give you a flavour of the Congress. Some video diaries: Video Blog from Josh at pmStudent. ‘No Comment’ video about Day 1 from Cornelius at the Project Management Podcast (I’m in this […]

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Software news round up

September 24, 2010
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Learn PMP on your iPhone You can now get PMP Exam eFlashCards as an iPhone app! It’s a fully functional app offering over 1,750 exam Flash Cards, divided into 15 categories for targeted studies. You can click on each Flash Card to indicate whether you answered the question correctly or not, and get a summary […]

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From the archives

July 5, 2010

Can you believe I’ve been blogging for four and a half years?  Time has flown past and in that time I’ve met some amazing people and done some really interesting projects.  Here’s a look back at what we were talking about: This time last year: Recovering troubled programmes.  The 5-step approach to recovering a programme […]

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