Reasons for Scope Creep

Posted by on May 11, 2009 in: Project Management

“Onomatopoeia” (pronounced “on-oh-matta-pee-ya”) is when the word for a sound closely resembles the sound itself. The word “hiss” hisses just like a real hiss. The word drip seems to drip from your mouth like a real drip. Buzz and murmur are two other words that are “onomatopoeic” in nature. In a way, the word “scope […]

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An all-too-common project horror story

All horror movies seem to start the same: a bunch of high school students go to an old camp or cottage or abandoned cabin for a weekend of teenage revelry… but little do they know that an unprecedented evil lurks in the darkness for them. And then these movies regress into 2 hours of screaming […]

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Social Wha?

One of the inquiries into my services this past week was a woman who owned a gift shop. She has been selling personalized gifts and trinkets in her boutique for over two decades. About five years ago she went online and started selling through the web as well. She saw a recent article I had […]

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Customer-to-Client: How to Make the Transition

When we hang out our proverbial shingle and start selling something, people come to us to transact business, buying our goods or services with their hard-earned cash. I call these people customers. They transact occasionally and it’s based on the value they perceive from the product or service you provide. Businesses need customers. But I […]

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