Monthly Archives: September 2010

Project Management Alchemy

In this post I wanted to share some of the magic tricks I’ve picked up over the years that can help turn even the worst projects into golden triumphs.  In this day of software development and virtual worlds we can … Continue reading

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Interview Anecdotes

I thought I’d capture a few of the funnier things that have happened in the interviews I’ve conducted.  It is quite amazing what people will say under pressure!  This isn’t meant to come across as laughing at other’s misfortune, but … Continue reading

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Following on from my last post on applying for jobs, this one discusses the interview process. Firstly, something that continues from the application process is the desire for success.  I don’t like seeing the candidate fail.  I really want to … Continue reading

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