"Timeline and Risk" and Maui

I received a ton of comments and emails about my most recent article Timeline and Risk, which is my most popular article to date. Check out the comments if you haven’t already – a very interesting pattern emerged of people suggesting that I quit. I’ll come back to that point in a future post because I don’t have time to write about it right now, but let’s just say I don’t consider that a feasible solution.

I had a good conversation with one of our senior managers about the article. He agreed with my thoughts on the subject, but interpreted the other manager differently than I had. It was a good chat and I appreciated that he took the time to discuss it with me.

On another note, I apologize for not posting much during the past few weeks. I’ve been working crazy hours trying to wrap up a major project that goes to QA in just over a week.

As counterpoint to that, I’m leaving for Maui in the middle of the week, so I’ll be incommunicado for a few days. I’ll be sure to do some snorkeling for you.

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