Want to know what I am up to in the project management world....everyone wants a good nosy into other people's lives, that is what blogs are for! Well this autumn is quite busy for me. Considering I am technically on maternity leave, I have had to cram in my extra curricular work stuff around baby… Continue reading What am I doing this Autumn?
Quick post, I wanted to do a "guest spot" on my own blog today. In that I wanted to share a blogger/website I have followed and gotten a lot out of previously. The website is https://www.girlsguidetopm.com/ written and run by Elizabeth Harrin. Check it out! Also if you wanted to share your tips and knowledge come… Continue reading Checking out other people’s blogs and websites
I am starting up my job search again so I have bought two books recommended to me. The first one is What Colour is your Parachute? It is about job-hunting and career-changing, but also about figuring out who you are as a person and what you want out of life. The reason I have chosen this… Continue reading What am I reading this month?
This is more a question to my fellow PMs actually. I've been a project manager for over 10 years now. In my 30s I've come to appreciate and understand more about what I want from my career. One of those things is that I can see that more and more companies are going Agile. Also… Continue reading How to change industries?
I've been away a while, but hoping to get to some blogging shortly. In the meantime check out this resource - you can take part as an online facilitator for a month. Good access to projects discussions and topics. Catch you all soon!
I think it is really important to keep celebrating your successes in life. Recently I was doing something on my CV and I got to the end and remembered that I had the work from my Masters dissertation published when I was at UCL. It is was in a very niche area, and at the… Continue reading Celebrating your past successes
When your weekly commute leaves you this tired I start to ask the question why do we do it? Most mornings in our house starts with breakneck speed dressing, eating and barrelling out of the door. Getting a child to day care, getting a train to London and driving in early to get a parking… Continue reading Why we need more flexible working