It’s really easy to sit back and let things happen when they seem to be going well. When you’re happy, you can focus more pressing or important matters. But is that the right way to be? Is something “going well” really good enough? Should you be doing more to make it even better? Or should […]Read more "Question Everything"
Have you heard about DPM:UK yet? It’s a one day conference for digital project managers held in Manchester, England. I was happy to be a part of it last year. I gave my “Be a Better PM” talk and got some really nice reviews. Well, this year is looking to be amazing as well, and […]Read more "DPM:UK"
I start every year with a new goal or “resolution” in mind. Truth be told: I typically give up on that goal by February. Mainly because I get easily distracted, caught up with work, or just plain old lazy. Not this year, my friends. It’s only December 15 and I’m looking toward 2015 with a […]Read more "Blogging every day in 2015"
It’s not often that Digital PMs are recognized for the jobs. But that’s okay—we’re the people behind-the-scenes who help to make great things happen. Every so often, though, a team member or client will recognize the value of a great DPM. That typically happens when a site launches on time, or when they compare your project against […]Read more "Recognize DPM"
I started this blog just six short (and extremely jam-packed) months after working for Happy Cog. I had many “adventures” in the world of project management before I joined the team, but I had never thought to write or speak about it. The inspiration to set up this blog came directly from my wonderful experiences […]Read more "The Adventure Continues"
This is just a quick thank you to all of my friends—old and new—who have made this year one of the best yet for Digital Project Managers. I’m so excited for what’s to come in 2015. Enjoy your day (even if it’s not a holiday for you) and be sure to thank the people who […]Read more "Thank you, DPM"
If there’s anything I’ve learned in this profession, it’s that nothing ever goes as planned. You can write out a plan, communicate it line by line to everyone involved, get buy in, and a day later that plan will change. You can also write an email and intend the message to be received one way, […]Read more "Act/React/React"