A friend of mine gave me a heads up that today would be the last day that the date would have a nice digital ring to for the rest of my lifetime.
Here is the blog summary for the month so far.
Monthly Archive for November, 2011
Posted in Process Discovery on Nov 10th, 2011
See below TaskMap Capture for Excel automated tutorial. We should have the entire set complete within the next week and on the web site. The toolbar with TaskMap Capture for Excel functions near the left hand side.
Many new customers are making extensive use of the customizing fields in TaskMap 4 Professional. In addition to creating these new fields, there are now options to set field types, lists and even create your own custom graphics to represent those fields. Typical applications include: Project management start and end times Work break down structures [...]
I don’t know if you are like me, but sometimes there seems to be just too much going on. For me that’s always a bit of a dichotomy; as I enjoy having varied interests and am pretty good at multitasking. However, there are times when it just gets a little out of control. Chaos around [...]
Yesterday I had a long lunch with a great friend of mine from Sweden. Over the years we have set up new companies together, skied the slopes of New England, seen our families grow together. We have also been through some ups and downs, but have always stayed in touch. We have one of those [...]
My mother used to chide me “Michael, self praise is no praise at all!”. When I congratulated myself on achieving something as a child; or if the truth be known, also as a adult. Well at the risk of invoking her comments from heaven, I will congratulate the team and myself on our first full [...]
Posted in Project Management on Nov 2nd, 2011
Every time this month, I get ready for the upcoming ski season as a PSIA instructor. I begin to worry that I have not done enough to get myself into shape for the season, and know those first few days will be harder as a result. Muscles not used for 6 months will be tested [...]
This weekend in New England, we suffered one of the biggest power outages since I moved there 19 years ago. Most lost power on Saturday evening, and yesterday there were over 2,000,000 homes and residences without power. New Englanders are pretty resilient and creative, so there were many working from libraries that had power, McDonalds [...]