In Keegan Consulting Group Recommends, we thought we would showcase exactly the readings we have encountered over the last couple of weeks.Read More
Owner/Director Josh Keegan reflects on the 2014 for Keegan Consulting Group and what lies ahead in 2015.Read More
Keegan Consulting Group Recommends is about various things we as a group have found either online or in print and is the first for 2014! As a group we often tell each other about articles we have read, keeping each other informed of upcoming developments and things that have influenced, excited or shaped our thinking. With Christmas over and New Year celebrations well and truly over, Josh has decided to take the first blog for the year to reflect on something close to his heart.
Dr Phil Metzger – Physicist/planetary scientist at NASA
If anyone follows me on Twitter (and I know from the favourites and re-tweets that you do), I am constantly fascinated with the developments in the space industry both from a government and private perspective. I found one day my Twitter profile was lucky enough to have Dr Phil follow me (and I him) and since that day, I have found him to be an excellent source of knowledge and experience regarding everything involving the space industry.
The in-depth experience and cutting-edge research Dr Phil is involved in on a daily basis makes him not only interesting, but also exciting, eye-opening, and funny.
If there is but one person you follow on Twitter, I would highly recommend Dr Phil.
Below are some links that will allow you to follow him on Twitter, along with links to his home page and LinkedIn profile.
Welcome to 2014!
Finally, we wanted to say welcome to 2014!
We have many things planned for 2014 with some of them launching very shortly and others coming later in the year. As always, we encourage you to keep a close eye on us this blog or you can find us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn - #rockon2014
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“Having conducted a number of workshops, both the authors have noted that there is always a participant that is pushing their own agenda regarding something that they would like to attach to your project. It is worthwhile listening to what they are attempting to attach to your project and quickly make a decision if it is “in” or “out” of the scope of your project. Making this decision early in the workshop prevents scope creep and the workshop and project from being derailed. It also leads to another model the authors have found in workshops called “Pushing their own wheelbarrow” - here is that article.