Here’s an interesting paragraph from Happiness at Work by my friend Jessica Pryce-Jones
Informal, fun, useful, and with a great lunch! and Eton Mess for pudding…..
These videos are part of an e-learning series that I’m making, but just for fun, if you want a sample, pick one you think would be useful and drop me an email and I’ll send you the video Four subject to choose from Assertiveness Time Management Project Management Selling Skills […]
Here’s an interesting diagram: If you’re pushed for time, then you’ll have to choose from that top circle. If you’re pushed for time and still want a quality job then it’s either Tell them exactly what to do, or take a risk and Delegate. If you’re pushed for time and still want to achieve […]
There are no alternatives to Gantt charts – that’s why they are still around, everywhere, after 100 years. Resistance is futile. I was sent this by a friend of mine just now… http://www.projectmanager.com/4-alternatives-to-gantt-charts.php?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=linkedin Interesting article, but he’s wrong of course. His first alternative to a Gantt chart is to use a spreadsheet to produce it. […]