The speaker list and agenda for the Digital PM Summit 2014 has now been published and it looks even better than last year! Tickets are selling fast and so I suggest you pull your finger out, speak to your boss and do whatever it takes to get there.
I’ve been published for the second time in a Smashing Magazine eBook, this time it was in ‘Clients: Friends You Never Had’ alongside Paul Boag, Andy Clarke and others. My chapter focusses on how to communicate with clients so that your digital projects don’t go wonky and your clients don’t turn into megabeasts.
I got published in an actual book, megalolz. The Gower Handbook of People in Project Management is a unique and rich compilation of over 60 chapters about project management roles and the people who sponsor, manage, work in or are otherwise important to project success.
UK-based Digital Project Managers. Happy Cog’s Brett Harned and I will be running the first Digital PM Workshop in London, UK on Monday 29th July at Microsoft’s swanky offices and sponsored by Gather Content. Tickets are selling fast so grab yours now.
After having to keep it quiet for a little bit, I can now proudly announce I’ll be speaking at this year’s Digital PM Summit in Philadelphia alongside the likes of Jeffrey Zeldman, Michael Lopp, Carl Smith, Whitney Hess and more – kowafuckingbunga.
It had to happen eventually and Happy Cog are the guys to do it, organise the first conference specifically aimed at the digital project management and digital project managers – announcing the Digital PM Summit 2013. I believe the phrase “amazeballs” was meant for occasions like this.
Exciting new from Happy Cog… rumours of a digital project management conference! They’re looking for initial input on what people would want from such an event – for the love of all things good in the world, fill out the survey.
Yours truly has made an appearance in this month’s prestigious Project Management Institute (PMI) PM Network magazine in an article called “Negating Negativity”. To avoid now being seen as a proper grown up, please read on.
Digital Project Management Lessons from Darth Vader is the title of a digital project management-based panel I’ve submitted for next year’s SXSW and it needs your votes! Please support your fellow Digital Project Managers; Brett Harned (Happy Cog), Ani Moller and Cola Richmond by voting for us today.
Looking for a job in a digital company based in Berkshire, UK? Well here are a few opportunities that may interest you.
As I’m in the process of changing jobs right now I wrote a little honest piece on how I found the transition from small to larger digital agency, what I learnt and why I’m moving on. Zero digital project management value here, but a subject I know many wonder about – what’s it like at a bigger place?
My new article, published on Think Vitamin, focuses on different approaches digital agencies can take when traversing the need to spend time learning and adopting new technologies, such as HTML5 and CSS3, while retaining their cash flow and commercial competitive advantage on a day-to-day basis.
My latest article to be published on Smashing Magazine is all about maintaining productivity on digital projects when working with clients. It describes scenarios with clients that stall digital projects most of you will have encountered before and how to deal with or avoid them.
I’ve teamed up with Brett Harned and Dave DeRuchie from Happy Cog, and Rob Borley from Headscape to put together a panel submission on digital project management for SXSW 2011. Guess what, we need your votes to help us get there!
I’ve recently started a new job at Volume, a UK-based digital agency. They’re growing fast and looking to fill loads of positions including; a Technology Analyst, Head of User Experience (UX), Social Marketing & Strategy Planner and an Events Executive.