WebCoast is an annual event for people who love and/or work with the internet. The fabulous thing about WebCoast is that it's an unconference, meaning it's created by the people who attend the event. That makes it really special. Unfortunately I didn't have the opportunity to attend the entire three day event. However I was lucky enough to be able to attend a couple of hours on the Friday afternoon and the majority of the Saturday. These are my key takeaways from the sessions I attended on Saturday, as well why I think WebCoast and the whole unconference concept is such a great idea.
This project management article series are perfect for someone who wish to know more about strategic project management, regardless of context. I will cover the basics of project management in a way which is easy to follow, set-up and adapt to your circumstances. To start it all of, I'm sharing my personal philosophy on strategic project management. If you want to study particular methods such as Scrum or Agile, this article series is not for you since it will not cover any particular methodology. This is for anyone who wish to get more effective in managing your work, planning or just plain old "getting things done" as well as pinpointing the business value of the work to be done for a client or department.
My third article for Design*Sponge contains advice on what to consider before and during a mobile application project and production for your business. So far 32 votes on BizSugar :) You can read my article here.