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I wrote the first of a three-part series about looking at culture when you hire people last month. I posted that Pragmatic Manager, Your Culture: What is Okay for You to Discuss? and forgot to tell you. If you are … Continue reading
I posted my most recent Pragmatic Manager: Are Your “Shoulds” Driving Your Decisions? Yes, in case you couldn’t tell, I am doing a series on project portfolio management, so that you do take a look at my Peer Project Portfolio … Continue reading
I have been delinquent for those of you who subscribe to my email newsletter. I have not published one since April. On the other hand, I just posted Park Projects You Can’t Staff, For Now. The next newsletter is scheduled … Continue reading
I just posted the October Pragmatic Email newsletter, You Can’t Do All the Work. Now What? If you subscribed, you’d have already received today’s…. Have a great New Year’s everyone.
In July, I sent out the Pragmatic Manager email newsletter: 90% Done is Not Almost Done. I have finally posted it. Enjoy!
I write a roughly monthly email newsletter, the Pragmatic Manager. I (finally) posted Refocusing: Emerging from the Split Focus Schedule Game. Yes, I’m working on the July issue now. Enjoy!
I’ve been wanting to start podcasting for a while. Now, I finally seem to have enough tools that I can do it! Thanks to Clarke‘s suggestion, I’m using libsyn, and I do believe iTunes is syndicating the podcast also. So, … Continue reading