Grammarly and Linkedin, a Perfect Partnership?

This weekend I was told by a beautiful girl in a library how to bring my “A” game when writing Linkedin articles. Or at least I was watching her on a YouTube advert promoting Grammarly – “The World’s Most Accurate Online Grammar Checker” (from their meta description). With Microsoft’s Word having dominated the writing sphere […]

Do Project Managers Need KPIs

Key Performance Indicators, they’re not something a project manager needs to worry about right? They’re just a buzzy term used by senior management to “get things done”? Wrong. KPI’s can be the project manager’s best friend and enable you to show delivery success, give team credit and allow you to investigate areas where support is […]

Maffins Wager

The accepted three pillars of project management are: On time, to budget and the right standard. Assuming the latter two are fixed the age-old question of delivery crops up again and again. Many clients by either their nature (or the nature of their business) are reactive, but they expect partners to be highly organised and […]

Context Switching in Programming

People often talk about how interruptions disrupt their flow and the ability to produce good quality, consistent work. This is often viewed with a certain cynicism by commercial teams and individuals who aren’t involved in the development process. They tend to view developers as machines which have an output, so moving from one task to […]

Live in 2 Days The MVP Conjecture

Getting a site up and running can take months or years for some companies. Can you do this quicker? What are the commercial advantages of speeding up the process and pushing to market in microtimes? Many old school project managers will look at a web based system and treat it like a house build; that […]