Category Archives: peopleware

Staff Appraisals

It’s that time of year where I need to appraise all my staff and present recommendations to the board on any adjustments to their job roles and salaries.  I thought I’d use this post to collect my thoughts on how … Continue reading

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Thoughts behind Project Management Alchemy

I had intended this follow up to Project Management Alchemy to be written a little quicker than it has been.  However, my work has taken me on a couple of foreign trips (to Copenhagen and New York) and my free time … Continue reading

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The Bradford Factor

As you may have picked up from my last post, I am a Bradford City fan having spent 13 years of my life growing up in the city.  However, this post discusses the Bradford Factor a method recently introduced at … Continue reading

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