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Great timesheet tool

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I’ve been looking around at some online timesheet tools and Miles Burke at Bam Creative suggested 88 Miles from Mad Pilot Having looked at a heap of timesheet tools, this looks like a really good tool – and by good fortune developed in Perth. Some of the features I was looking for included: Web based […]

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People, process, technology – still the 3 keys to successful application development projects

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If you have found yourself in a situation where the process seems to change, accountabilities are uncertain and deadlines are missing, then perhaps you have a people, process and technology problem. Getting all 3 aligned is absolutely essential to ensuring a change process will work. And they have to be resolved in that order. 1. […]

The Two Most Important Tools in Change Management

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In a meeting today I was talking with a client who has a particularly dry sense of humour, and a great philosophical perspective on ensuring successful delivery of projects. We were talking about change management. His simple and insightful comment was this: “You have two tools you can use for change management – they are […]

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Branding You – Part 2

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Having discovered your strengths, it is time to think about what your point of difference. In advertising parlance, this is the unique selling proposition – and the difficulty is trying to refine the many things you offer into a simple phrase of about 4 words. A good place to start is thinking about your friends […]

Jan’ry Feb’ry…

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I once had a meeting with a guy that was supposedly a leader in the whole ebusiness area. He opened the meeting by saying, “I don’t subscribe to that pay the vendor for work model…”. He didn’t particularly articulate how we should get remunerated for what we were doing, but we held our breath and […]