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My Gantthead column, What’s an Agile PM to do? is up over at Gantthead.com. Please do leave comments over there.
Bob Payne interviewed me about agile program management last year at the Agile 2010 conference and posted the podcast. We always have a great time talking, and that podcast was no exception. He makes me sound quite coherent! Matt Heusser … Continue reading
My Gantthead.com column has been up for a couple of weeks, but I was too busy traveling to notice :-(. The Silent Project Killer column is up. Enjoy!
My column at Gantthead, The Agile Project Manager: To Facilitate, Serve and Protect is posted. Enjoy!
It’s been a few difficult weeks. First, I came down with a bad head cold. It’s almost funny, watching a person with vertigo and a head cold try to walk. Unless you are that person ;-) Then Daughter #2 contracted … Continue reading
I have an article up on Gantthead.com, No Planning Needed? (Free registration required, I think).
I have a new article posted on ganthead.com: Point Play. You can comment there. I think you have to have a (free) registration to post a comment.
I’m writing for gantthead.com this year, about agile and lean project portfolio management. My first article was posted back when I was so sick. See The Game of Risk. You can leave comments there, or if you prefer, here.