Christiania Beach at Night....and Yes I Went for a Naked Swim

A Distorted View part 1

Posted in Copenhagen, Thoughts, Uncategorized

Denmark is a funny old place. On one hand everyone stops at the red man here. Like immediately and with the utmost precision. The roads here are a lot wider due to the cycle lands so often there is a middle island dividing the two streams of traffic. If the pedestrian light switches from green …

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Fun at Ground Control

I had a great time at Ground Control…

Posted in PM, Talks, Thoughts

In April 2017, I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at Ground Control. It was one of the most fun, inclusive conferences I’ve attended and I really recommend that people look out for future conferences from White October Events. They are a great team and know how to take great care of delegates, …

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Self Analysis with Harvest

Posted in PM, Thoughts

This is a reproduction of a guest blog I wrote for Harvest at: https://www.getharvest.com/blog/2015/11/using-harvest-to-automate-tasks-improve-work-happiness/   How long before the robots attack? While getting drinks one Friday after work, some friends and I got round to discussing whether it would be such a bad thing if robots took over the world. We didn’t come up with …

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Maurauti Chicken A great curry from Kadai & Naan

Curry at Kadai & Naan

Posted in Food, Oxford, Thoughts

It’s Tuesday. I’m cold and I just got £50 in cash that was owed paid back to me. So I’ve nipped off for a curry on my own at Kadai & Naan on Cowley Road. It feels a bit self indulgent, greedy and anti-social, but it also feels really good. I had a friend who …

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Holly Davis on driving project success

Posted in PM, Thoughts

I’m very lucky to work with Holly Davis. She’s been a source of inspiration and support during the ups and downs of being a PM. Recently she wrote a guest blog for Resource Guru. It’s one of the best blogs I’ve read for some time and contains some sound PM advice. Check it out at: …

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