Month: November 2008

Public training

Speaking of speaking – as I was in my last post… I regularly get e-mails from people asking when I’m running a public training course. Truth is, public training adds lots of additional hoops to jump through to be successful, e.g. getting a good venue. Consequently I usually confine myself to in-house training for organizations. …

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Software East in January

I’ve been invited to join a panel debate in Cambridge on Thursday 22 January. This is quite exciting because the topic is “Building a Software Business” – something close to my heart as anyone who has read my business strategy patterns will know. The organisers are Software East, a new initiative from Mark Delgarno and …

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The FT and Me

Regular readers of this blog have probably twigged that I read The Financial Times. What isn’t so well known is that I am, very occasionally, in The Financial Times. Citibank (current advertising slogan “The Citi that never sleeps”) inspired my entry to today’s letters page. Deciding that this penmanship deserved a mention in this blog …

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BCS SPA London – this Wednesday

Just time to book your self a place at BCS SPA London on Wednesday (5th) if you want to hear me talk about Reflections of an Agile Advocate – 6.30pm, Covent Garden. (Yes I’ve done a lot of talks this year but I do have a book to plug! – most un-English).