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Drawing Conclusions

Yesterday's article on the proposed PMI Practice Standard for Scheduling got me thinking about what value there is in complying with their standard. Is it better to include everything but the kitchen sink? Is it not?

Samuel Butler says:

Life is the art of drawing sufficient conclusions from insufficient premises.


Aphorism week continues through Friday

  • Ideas about Ideas
  • "The past is a different country, and it's better to collect the postcards than to actually visit!"
  • Inventing the new new thing
  • The Beginning of Error
  • Cutting and Confining
  • Monday Monday
  • Swanson's uh... W.L King's Unwritten Rules
  • PM Aphorisms and a house built of straw
  • More about Project Management Aphorisms
  • More Sweetness and Simplification

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