Tag Archives: project management
A quality kickoff meeting begins with a killer proposal with a clear scope and a solid agenda. The purpose of a kickoff meeting is to get everyone on the same page, working toward a successfully completed project. If you are … Continue reading
The FileMaker® Developer Conference (FileMaker DevCon) for 2018 is in the books. Here are the highlights from my attendee and speaker perspective.
I presented “Managing Your Projects to Success” to the Xojo Virtual User Group in February 2018. In this presentation, I cover some of the most common project problems that software developers run into and how you can use project management … Continue reading
Building processes, creating structure, getting organized, managing projects better: all businesses want these type of productivity-related things. But why? Improving productivity does not guarantee a direct monetary ROI (return on investment). It’s not money in equals money out. It’s much … Continue reading
Early last month, I had the privilege to speak at the Xojo Developer Conference in my hometown of Houston about project management tips. I got to discuss many of my favorite things: Policies, Processes, and Procedures Project Management, including: Setting/creating milestones … Continue reading
Small businesses traditionally struggle with having all the knowledge in people’s heads. They often don’t know that processes and systems increase company value. Owners or leaders are not able to delegate or truly go on vacation because there is no … Continue reading
This blog is about my project management philosophy. In other words, what have I chosen to be – or maybe more so, what I have chosen not to be – in my project management style? Project management should not be invasive … Continue reading