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Should you have a formal project code of conduct?

Observing on social media the latest controversy about a speaker at an organised event got me ...

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Why effective stakeholder engagement is critical to successful change

(Or What I learned about keeping stakeholders engaged from switching office coffee suppliers) Let ...

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PMO as a service – a quick (and rather painless) path to project management maturity

In organisations with poor project maturity, it is almost impossible to get a handle on how much ...

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Phoenix rising: the rise, fall and rebirth of the PMO

In an ever changing business world it’s not surprising that project management offices (PMOs) need ...

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Why Santa Claus is the ultimate project manager

For the final blog of the year, and with the big day fast approaching, I wanted to get into the ...

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Why can’t bug spray work on software?

Blasted bugs. They’re guaranteed to turn up just when you don’t want them, hang about like a bad ...

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Kiwicon: a real security eye-opener for developers

I’ve always thought I was pretty security conscious with my own laptop, data and information &; ...

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What I learned about being a better developer from hackers at Kiwicon

Having only recently entered the workforce as a developer, I didn’t quite know what to expect when ...

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