Category Archives: Humour

Herding Cats (Classic PM Metaphor)

I was looking for some material for a presentation and came across the classic project metaphor of “herding cats”. Here is a beauty by EDS … Enjoy! Greg

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Retooling A Plane In Flight (Classic PM Metaphor)

Is there anyone in IT has not not heard/used the “retooling of a plane in flight” to describe project complexity. Here’s another EDS beauty … Enjoy! Greg

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Resistance To Change

I found this little gem sometime ago, and rediscovered it recently while looking for something else. It stuck me as a great example of “the more things change, the more they stay the same … Regards, Greg

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Another In the Category Of: “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger”

Yesterday (Tuesday, October 19), I attended the “Small Business Forum 2010″ at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (organized by: Enterprise Toronto). Austin Hill, serial Canadian entrepreneur, gave a very interesting and inspiring presentation sharing his story, learnings, and sincere advice. … Continue reading

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Demotivators (in case life hasn’t thrown enough curves your way)

“A company that will go to the ends of the Earth for its people will find it can hire them for about 10% of the cost of Americans (Canadians?)” More like this … Images: Demotivators Revenge of the Demotivators Images: … Continue reading

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