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Wendy Burton left a comment for Nick Fewings
"Hi Nick, thanks for the making the connection. I'm new to the sit but hope to get more involved."
Nov 29, 2010
Nick Fewings commented on Andy Kaufman's group 'The People Side of Project Management'
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"is honoured to be keynote speaker at the Best Practice User Group Conference in Coventry and the PMI Conference in Reading in November 2010 talking about the people elements of change and how to overcome these to make your project a success."
Oct 6, 2010

Profile Information

Company:
The Colour Works international Limited
Job Title:
Director
City:
Bournemouth
State:
Dorset
Country:
UK
Industry:
Other
Professional PM certifications:
Yes
Years in Project Management:
7-15
Website 1:
http://www.thecolourworks.com

Nick Fewings's Blog

Desert Experience To Turn Things Around

Our training room, living room, dining room, bedroom all rolled into one!!



I've not had the opportunity to post recently as I have been on an assignment in the Middle East with a client of The Colour Works. We've been working with the client for a number of years and were asked to work with a multi-national project team that had been put together to deliver a multi-million $ technology project for their client.



The project was 7… Continue

Posted on June 15, 2009 at 3:07am

Perception - Your Reality May Not Be The Key To Project Success

Last Friday, I had the pleasure of receiving the top UK award on behalf of my company, The Colour Works at a prestigeous event in London. Our success was even sweeter having beaten 200 other learning and development organisations to take the top spot for the 3rd consecutive year.



At the conference, I was asked about some of the keys to our success and one of the things I shared related to perception and how it is a vital differentiator in terms of the success of a… Continue

Posted on April 24, 2009 at 4:05am — 2 Comments

Team Dynamics - The Big Differentiator

Being a behavioural and team dynamic specialist in change/project management, I am always interested in studying group dynamics as ultimately, success or failure of projects is all down to people, the leader, the team and how effectively they engage with their stakeholders.



Recently I have been watching the BBC series called The Apprentice and would recommend watching this especially if you have access to the internet as the BBC run the series on their IPlayer facility. The latest… Continue

Posted on April 16, 2009 at 5:23am

Portable Project Management Skills - How To Succeed In Home Projects

For those of you that may be reading this Blog, it would benefit you if you read a previous Blog of mine, 'So What Do You Bring To A Change Environment' posted on the April 2nd to give you some background information.



This weekend in the UK was the Easter Holiday which meant Friday and yesterday were public holidays providing a break of 4 days taking into account the weekend. As some of you will know, the weather in the UK at this time of year can be described as somewhat… Continue

Posted on April 14, 2009 at 4:45am

So What Do You Bring To A Change Environment?

Often when I speak at conferences on the topic of 'Leading Change', I regularly get project managers come up to me at the end of the presentation to say that the 'penny has dropped' as to why they struggle with certain aspects of managing the project and their team. As I tell them it is not a case of not having the skills and experience to run a project successfully however more to do with not having a good understanding of their strengths and limitations.



As mentioned in his book… Continue

Posted on April 2, 2009 at 8:30am — 3 Comments

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At 9:50am on November 29, 2010, Wendy Burton said…
Hi Nick, thanks for the making the connection. I'm new to the sit but hope to get more involved.
 
 
 

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