Monthly Archives: July 2013

Change management from within

Leading an organization through periods of change is what a lot of project managers and consultants do. I’ve been asked questions on this subject many times: how do you manage change? what kind of leader are you? how can you … Continue reading

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Unification across the software development lifecycle

Coming from a business analysis background I’ve always encouraged full requirements traceability – each individual requirement should be traceable all the way back to the requesting stakeholder (mainly customers, but sometimes a customer proxy). Whilst this does require a bit … Continue reading

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Using iWork (“pages”) on iCloud in the course of a normal day

The invitation from the good guys at Apple to use iWork on iCloud (beta!) dropped into my email box this week. As someone who spends most of their time (if not all, some weeks) in Microsoft Office/Office 365 I thought … Continue reading

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