June 20, 2013 - 1 comment.

See you in London!

Guys! I am so excited!

I've been working with my buddies James and Alice Deer and GatherContent and Sam Barnes to plan a Digital PM Workshop in London for some time now. I have to say, it's not particularly easy to find a good space for a small event in a foreign city. Thankfully, with some tweet love and help from Greg Storey, we were able to get in touch with the fine folks at Microsoft to make it happen!

The workshop will be an adapted version of a project planning workshop that I've been conducting for a couple of years now. Sam and I will moderate that, and then go through a series of discussion points that will encompass tools, clients and relationships, expectation setting...and all the differences we experience therein. It's bound to be a fun and enlightening conversation. So, if you're in the UK, please check out our little site and buy a ticket!



Plus, I'm going to be in London for a week and am hoping to meet with project managers and agencies of all sizes to talk shop. If you'd like to meet, comment below or hit me on Twitter.

What am I hoping to get out of this? Nothing but love in the form of a growing digital PM community. 2013 is the year for us, digital PMs. Let's do this!

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Social Gantt
October 15, 2013 at 7:01 am

In fact, after securing a job and getting funded, management is easily the
most important part of the job, and construction software is a
management must-have. But we still have to make sure that
we are producing the desired requirements. * Dependencies
between projects are easier to identify.

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