Monthly Archives: October 2009

You had me, then you lost me

I just watched an engaging commercial for DirecTV by the Black-Eyed Peas. It was eye-grabbing and held my interest throughout — until the last marketing claim, “lock in your rate for a full year!” What? Is the price of DirecTV … Continue reading

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Rainy morning PM pep-talk

Here in north Houston today we are experiencing comic-book-like clouds. A local office tower reflected the light from the south and gleamed white against a grey-black sky that accompanies the appearance of a superhero. In many ways, on your projects, … Continue reading

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ITTO schmitto

In preparing for the PMP exam, you’ll hear differing opinions about memorizing all of the PMI framework Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Ouputs (ITTO).  Don’t be surprised if the acronym ITTO didn’t ring any bells for you – I got … Continue reading

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Can your team reach you?

WordPress has a publish-via-email feature that is very easy to enable,  just the click of a button and they generate a unique email ID for you to send your posts to.  Easy as pie, right?  Well, for me, it isn’t … Continue reading

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Best-laid plans

Yesterday I got all psyched up about my new blog.  I made a little concept map of all the stuff I was going to talk about, how it related to other concepts, when to update the blog, etc.  And, you … Continue reading

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PMP® material, spiced up

Making the dull stuff easier to stomach. Continue reading

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