Forget One Liners!

“Take my wife, please” is probably one of the most famous one liners there are. I’m not a big fan of one liners; it’s just not my brand of comedy. And when it comes to project management, I’m not a big fan of one liners, either. In project management we bring together numerous smaller pieces […]

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What’s Your End-Game Play?

Posted by on February 3, 2009 in: Project Management

If you’ve clicked through the services I offer on this site, you’ll notice that a lot of it is related to the management and implementation of projects; of turning complex concepts into completed reality. One of the most important (and most overlooked) steps in any complex project is the end-game play. You don’t have to […]

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The conundrum of committedness – part 2

In the last blog, I talked about the first part of the conundrum of committedness: How the consultant needs to stay busy enough with commitments to earn and income but also have enough time to market in order to replenish the pipeline. I said that the first part of the conundrum of committedness is: The […]

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