Tag Archives: Project Management

Is Project Management as we know it, dead?

With 20 years of experience, I know and have lived how Project Management over the years has changed. Submitting my CV with project management experience is not really cutting it now, you know why? Because companies and organisations are going through major change and need leaders who can take them on that change. Continue reading

Recruitment reflections – from a candidate

“It’s all in the power of the candidate now”

“Things happen for a reason, you’ll find something”

“Recruitment is a two way street”

It’s spring, there’s been time for lunch today in your working day. Maybe you’re finishing early and are just having a mooch around LinkedIn to pass the time? Well I am in that mood today is a Friday, of reflection, reflections from the last three months of looking for my next opportunity. Also receiving your P45 in the post also helps you reflect quite a lot!

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Not too late to plan 2014 – Top 5 Tech Tips for your business

It’s not too late, even if it is already the last day of the month. You can make today your first day to focus on your goals for 2014.

Have you set your goals for 2014? Have you thought about how technology is going to help you achieve them? No then don’t worry, I’ve thought about it for you. Here’s my top 5 goals…

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zen habits: 10 Essential Email Habits & Importance of a good subject to gain the intended action

A colleague commented recently, “how do you manage everything you do?”; IT consultancy role, Charity Project work, socialising etc. Well it’s all about putting my project management skills to very good use.
I’m sure you will agree having so many emails, personal, work, newsletters etc can be overwhelming, here are some nice tips and for those that use gmail to help get through it all but you can apply these principles to other email accounts too…see Zenhabits post below.
I also have  my own personal recommendation – the importance of the subject of your email… having exactly the action already intended there is helpful, I often change the subject before I press ‘reply all’, this also helps later when ‘searching’ for that all important email you remember was about something important except the subject is about something all together different.