This blog has been over two years in the making. The structure has been there, the content largely defined, and yet it never quite got to the point of launch. There were always things to finish; there was content to complete, links to find and earlier writing to incorporate. Ironically, the original purpose – to […]
Moving into a condo has been an interesting experience. Apart from compressing a life of 40+ years into a much tinier space than I am used to, condo living has certain constraints that living in a house affords – particularly when the last house was one you built. I am a geek. I admit it […]
2004 doesn’t seem that long ago. Yes, someone born in that year would now be in Grade 3. But a lot of what existed then still exists today, or at least that would be the impression of many. And yet, in technology terms, 2004 is an achingly long way into the past. Yes, people had […]
What does it mean to create an organizational project management capability, rather than a personal one? What does it mean as a project manager to give up our personal tools, techniques and capabilities – those that have made us successful to date, that we rely upon as the basis of what makes us a capable […]
It’s entirely rare that I read a book that I really, really wish that I had written. Rarer still is when the book in question is written by a populist writer. Not because I view myself as contrarian, elitist or snobbish per se (recognizing the likely irony inherent in someone using the term ‘per se’ in an […]
If there is one rule in life that everyone should subscribe too, it’s this: Never say never. A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post explaining in clear, objective and reasoned terms why I didn’t understand, value or intend to buy an iPad. Last week I bought one. Clearly some things have changed.