Day of Gratitude
Although this blog is called A Girl’s Guide to Project Management (or simply “Girl’s Guide to Project Management”), it’s not just my success. It is possible because of the many people who help make it happen.
Although we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in the UK (our November holiday honors the man who didn’t blow up Parliament in 1605), that doesn’t mean that we can’t give thanks. And what better time to do it than right now?
These are the people who contributed in any way to A Girl’s Guide to Project Management for this year.
Companies that have allowed me to review their software
Digital Crew Application Developers: TeamworkPM
RationalPlan: Stand by Soft Ltd
AceProject: Websystems, Inc.
People I interviewed
Penny Pullan (video)
All the people I interviewed at the project management events this past year.
Authors and publishers who have sent me books for review
Melanie Franklin (IT Governance), Managing Business Transformation
Vineet Nayar (Harvard Business Review Press), Customers First, Employees First
Laurence H Seton: On Top Of Everything: Manage your Projects and Your Life with Ease
Emanuel Camilleri, Project Success: Critical Factors & Behaviours
Karen B. Karen B.
Rick Valerga – Projectegrity: Integrity to Make Your Project Great – The Cure for the Common Project
John Estrella, Project Management Lessons Learned
Thomas Juli (CRC Press), Leadership Principles to Project Success
Todd Williams (Amacom), Rescue the Problem Project
Robert Bly (Career Press), Make Every Second Count
OGC for Management of Portfolios – The people at OGC
Stever Robbins (St. Martin’s Griffin), Get It Done Guy’s 9 Steps for Working Less and Doing More
Penny Pullan (Gower), A Short Guide to Facilitating Risk
Lin Grensing–Pophal (Self Council Press), Managing off-site staff for small businesses
Tom Kendrick (Amacom), 101 Problems in Project Management and How to Solve Thesem
Guy Kawasaki (Penguin), Enchantment – The Art of Changing Hearts and Minds
Joanne Flinn (John Wiley & Sons), The Success Healthcheck For IT Projects
Jeannette Cabanis and J. Kent Crawford (Auerbach Publications), Optimizing Human Capital With a Strategic Project Office
Karen R. J. White (PM Solutions), Agile project management: A mandate for the 21st century
A few personal thanks to:
Computer Weekly, thank you for making it possible that I won the IT Professional Blogger Award of the Year (and to all those who voted for and voted for me).
Jonathan and Pauline
Joanne, thank you for your support behind the scenes
You. Without readers, writing is pointless.
I hope I didn’t forget anyone, and if so, I’m sorry. Who are you grateful for this year? We’d love to hear from you in the comments.