Our intrepid Geek Whisperers are back in action this week sharing stories of “Things I’ll Never Do Again.” What projects have been so unexpectedly challenging that our social media practitioners have sworn them off, like that one time as a 10-year-old I ate so much caramel corn that I couldn’t eat it for years? Tune in this week to find out!
Note: this podcast was recorded in April, before this year’s EMC World and Cisco Live events. Informal postmortem debriefs indicate that both Matt & Amy successfully navigated the dangerous shoals of over-scheduling and over-programming their respective events.
What will you never do again?
At the end of the podcast, we ask what kinds of things you would never do again. Share them with the hashtag #iwillnever and join us for a round of head-shaking and temple-rubbing as we talk about past failures and future plans.
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I know exactly which event Amy is talking about. As a participant it was confusing… not to mention The app was terrible.. that could be another podcast in itself
tut tut Matt. It you are pitching an idea, you’re a Project Manager. So pitching a in idea is pitching a Project. So Scope, Planning, Resources, Budget, Schedule, Quality Control all are required as your pitch. I’ve been in the same boat myself. It’s why I am crazy about properly executed Project Management.