Slide 16 of 37. Could not agree more.
Just a note to say I know about the grammar mistakes in the Meet Charlie presentation. As it’s becoming more and more popular I’m receiving quite a few well meaning emails offering me help with my English…..
The truth is the slides were created rather last minute and uploaded to Slideshare.net for demo purposes for a conference audience. The success of Meet Charlie was quite accidental. So why don’t I just replace the file with a corrected version? Well the last time I checked with the Slideshare.net team, I was informed this action would break all downstream links in blogs and sites.
So for now, we’ll have to live with a few errant apostrophes here and there 🙂
A quick note on where I am and what I’ve been doing. So after my trip to Spain, last week saw me present at the Office 2.0 conference in San Francisco. It was a great conference, full of lively and energetic people and I made some world class connections and caught up with folks from the blogsphere. I’ll write more about the conference later.
Currently I’m in New London, Connecticut. I’m here to hand over some project management work in order to concentrate on my enterprise 2.0 efforts.
On Wednesday I will be back home presenting to the British Computer Society at Canterbury University. This is the second time Simon and I have spoken to this audience. It was at this event the word began to Meet Charlie.
So it’s been a hectic few weeks with lots of travel. I have much to catch up on and many contacts to pursue.
I’m half way through writing the above white paper, or whatever you want to call it (it will be a PDF up to 12 pages). The purpose of the paper is to accompany a half day course I will be rolling out to teams who have been tasked with managing a project or set of tasks. It’s not meant to be PM training, rather a resource and guidance for teams who can benefit from using blogs, wikis, rss etc..
Is there anything you’d like to see covered? Leave a comment.
I’m porting my content to WordPress, so for please bear with any disruptions and check out my profile here:
I was tempted to go with Drupal (my fav CMS) but knew I’d spend an age fidling and theming, so decided for the hassle free option of WP………