Sometimes I have a brainstorm session with friends/coworkers and it sticks with me. When that is the case I will sometimes start writing a post that grows on me as it progresses. These Brainstorm sessions I have with myself mostly will gather information from other sources around the web, and might contain best practices. But I don’t want to categorize the posts as best practices because I’m not sure about what the actual best practice is. Good examples of a Brainstorm posts are called The deal with Project Failure and What are workdays in Microsoft Project.
There is also a special kind of brainstorming I do, these are the About posts. Big, content rich articles about specific items or subjects related to Microsoft Project or Project Management.
But there’s sure to come more brainstorms in the future. I hope you like the content that’s already here. And if you are interested in doing a brainstorming session with me please let me know in one of the comments.
In a recent post I mentioned incorrect use, or no use at all of the baseline functionality in Ms Project. In this post I would like to dive deeper into baselines from an application perspective. Continue reading About baselines