This is a review of Monday, 11 October at the Congress – it was a good day!
Elizabeth Harrin is a Fellow of the Association for Project Management in the UK, a trainer, mentor and author. She helps managers juggle their projects and ditch the overwhelm, making tools and techniques work in the real world. Elizabeth is also the founder of the Project Management Rebels community, a teaching-led mentoring group for professionals. She's written several books for project managers including Managing Multiple Projects.
As regular readers will know, I’m on maternity leave. And I’d like to introduce you to the newest member of the Otobos family: Jack. There was a bit of a discussion after my recent article about 6 things I didn’t know about being a project manager about how project management is like parenting, and it…
Agile is: Change friendly Iterative Collaborative Chunked delivery Communications focused Business focused Scope tolerant Quality focused (if you do it correctly!) These were the themes that set the tone for Keith Richards’ presentation at the APM Conference in London last month. “The basics of project management seem to have been thrown away with some Agile,”…
My video diary from Day 1 of the Digital PM Summit in San Antonio, Texas, USA.
I was given a fab new wheelie suitcase as a gift at the weekend, which is great as I seem to be doing a lot of travelling at the moment. On the way to the UK at the weekend I found myself sitting next to a guy in a leather jacket. He obviously wasn’t taking…
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This video shows highlights from the 2008 PMI Global Congress in Denver.