Open-Source Software for On-Line TrainingThursday, 20 January 2011 by Alex Brown
“So You Want to Be an Independent Consultant” Speech RecordingThursday, 22 January 2009 by Alex Brown
It is hard to get an independent consultant to be frank and forthcoming about their business. During this one-hour recording, you will get an insider’s view of what it is like to go from being an employee to an independent consultant. The audience had hard-hitting, personal questions, and they got full, open answers.
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“Introducing Project Management In Your Organization” Recorded SpeechTuesday, 30 December 2008 by Alex Brown
Introducing project management to an organization is hard work. By appealing to the strategists and the senior executives in your organization, it is possible to make project management grow and flourish.
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“Strategic Project Management” Speech RecordingWednesday, 24 December 2008 by Alex Brown
Hear one of my first speeches to put together strategic planning and project management. Hear the story of how a real company was able to implement its strategy through projects, and the unexpected benefits the company gained.
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“A Kinder, Gentler, Project Manager Joke” RecordingTuesday, 23 December 2008 by Alex Brown
A two-minute joke about a project manager and his team. The classic joke is not very nice to project managers, so this joke has a different ending.
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About Alex’s Speeches
I enjoy speaking before a variety of audiences on a variety of topics. Whenever possible, I like to record my speeches and make them available on-line, here.
Each of the speeches include the full recording of the speech and also the slides. Most offer the option of listening to the audio only or viewing a video of the speech with the slides.
The audio should play smoothly on any computer, even over a slow Internet connection, like a dial-up line. The video versions require 100 kbps or greater to play smoothly — any type of connection that is better than a dial-up line should work fine.
You can also download the files to play back later. If you have a slow connection and the audio or video starts and stops, use the download option.
If you own a portable music and video player, subscribe to any of the podcast feeds. They will provide new speeches as they are published in a variety of formats:
- Podcast in plain-old MP3 format
- Podcast in Speex audio format
- Video Podcast in an AVI format
- Video Podcast in an iPod-friendly MP4 format
If you do not know how to subscribe to a podcast, read the documentation that came with your music player or music software — it is easy to subscribe with any music device. If your documentation does not explain how to subscribe, just do a web search on the words “subscribe podcast” and the name of your music player.