Christmas Dinner is a project that’s worth of any experienced project managers and most of us would fail to deliver. Yet, a successful Christmas Dinner project requires all the elements of any other project and your most diligent of project processes. Here’s a project plan and a big thank you to everyone who will make Christmas dinner a success this year!
Happy holidays everyone.
Gotta love Dilbert. This has Scott Adams looking at the dangers of putting your project schedule on a white board instead of software.
Gotta Love Dilbert and his take on project managers serving as your waiters.
Gotta love Dilbert and his take on innovation. And I was wondering why my staff have so few ideas!
Microsoft has published an article of mine on TechNet. This one is about Dashboards and the art of dashboarding on Project Server. While that’s not so unusual. I publish articles there semi-regularly. This one actually appears on the front cover of Technet at technet.microsoft.com. That’s rather flattering. See this post for all the links and details.
Microsoft doesn’t do it every year but next year they will once again be holding a conference for Microsoft Project. This usually signals that Microsoft has a new version to show us and, yes, it’s fairly certain we’ll be hearing all about Project version 15 when the conference rolls around. The conference is March 19-22, 2012 in Phoenix. For registration information go to: www.msprojectconference.com Oh, and will I be there? You bet.
Dilbert knows all about negative lag. Here he is confronting an impossible schedule
HMS has launched TimeControlOnline, a Timesheet as a Service (TaaS) cloud-based hosted subscription version of the popular TimeControl timesheet system. Clients can now purchase TimeControl for on-premises installation or subscribe to it online.
Project Management Insights blog interviewed me about Real Time Project Management. You can read the complete interview on their blog.