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#ProdChat – 05/25/2016 – Managing Projects Productively

#ProdChat – 05/25/2016 – Managing Projects Productively

On May 25, 2016, #ProdChat discussed the topic, Managing Projects Productively. So often when we hear “project management” we think of project management professionals and planning of large-scale, corporate projects that are complex and require lots of resources. But, what about personal projects or small projects that you’re handling with a team? That’s when learning techniques for managing projects productively comes into play! Watch the slideshow to see what the productivity enthusiasts on #ProdChat had to say about “Managing Projects Productively.” Enjoy!

Don’t miss our #ProdChat next week when we have the pleasure of discussing leadership productivity skills and coaching with Michael Bungay Stanier, owner of Box of Crayons management consultancy and author of Do More Great Work and The Coaching Habit

ProdChat - 6-1-16 - Leadership Productivity Skill No. 1 - Coaching - Michael Bungay Stanier

Questions:

  1. What’s most important to you about managing your individual projects well?
  2. Are you better at managing work or personal projects better? Why do you think that is?
  3. What’s the difference between managing large-scale projects versus smaller projects?
  4. What aspects of a professional project manager’s role do you think applies to your personal project management? What aspects don’t apply?
  5. How do you identify goals, sub-projects, and tasks when managing a project?
  6. What are some good practices for setting milestones, prioritizing tasks, and estimating time to completion?
  7. How do you track progress on your projects, follow-up with others, and maintain momentum?
  8. When handling project challenges and roadblocks, what are some strategies or tactics that have worked for you?
  9. What are some tools you use to handle your project management?
  10. Do you do any reviewing, reflecting, or debriefing when you finish a project? What would you do, learn, or change about managing projects if you did?

Raw transcript:

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rsidneysmith Welcome to #ProdChat, the weekly chat for productivity enthusiasts! https://t.co/C40vBakDrB https://t.co/j2DefzWc46 Wed May 25 23:59:06 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Welcome to #ProdChat, the weekly chat for productivity enthusiasts! https://t.co/C40vBakDrB https://t.co/j2DefzWc46 Wed May 25 23:59:06 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Today on #ProdChat we’re discussing “Managing Projects Productively” Join us! #productivity https://t.co/B9iDmCwlFq Thu May 26 00:00:24 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck For the next hour, my tweets will be a part of #ProdChat Thu May 26 00:00:53 +0000 2016
2TimeLabs RT @DrFrankBuck: For the next hour, my tweets will be a part of #ProdChat Thu May 26 00:00:54 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith So, let’s start! In a tweet, introduce yourself. #prodchat https://t.co/2FnMPtQnDD Thu May 26 00:01:05 +0000 2016
idiotsnassholes RT @rsidneysmith: Today on #ProdChat we’re discussing “Managing Projects Productively” Join us! #productivity https://t.co/B9iDmCwlFq Thu May 26 00:01:14 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck Frank Buck from Alabama. Retired school leader, I speak, write, and coach on organization and time management. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:01:51 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @DrFrankBuck Hi, Frank! How’re you today? #prodchat Thu May 26 00:02:01 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith What’s a #productivity success you’ve had this or last week? #prodchat https://t.co/4ARiZy73fP Thu May 26 00:02:04 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @rsidneysmith Doing great, Ray. Hope you have had a good week. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:02:30 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @DrFrankBuck It’s been a good week! Hope yours has gone well too! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:03:23 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A #productivity success is that I got a good understanding of the GoogleSheet Add-on “FormMule” and applications for it. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:03:54 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Please add #prodchat to tweets. Questions will come as Q1, Q2, Q3. Answer A1, A2, A3, for readability! https://t.co/zzkRgSRua4 Thu May 26 00:04:03 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth Hello everyone. Shereeese tweeting in from Maryland #prodchat https://t.co/AuCH7Dnmph Thu May 26 00:04:19 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ShereesePubHlth Hi, Shereese! How’re you today? #prodchat Thu May 26 00:04:38 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck Hi Shereese Glad to have you back. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:04:42 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q1: What’s most important to you about managing your individual projects well? #prodchat https://t.co/XtpgCUAqj9 Thu May 26 00:05:07 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A1: To me, the most important part about managing projects is realizing you have a project and defining when we can call it “done” #prodchat Thu May 26 00:06:27 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth @rsidneysmith I’m okay. Glad to be here. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:06:31 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith REMINDER: #ProdChat is happening now! Join us! @ErinCondren @macbikegeek @Minimologist @DTNEtiquette https://t.co/RhrOfU4cEa Thu May 26 00:06:52 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ChaimShapiro @prodchat @rogue_crayon99 REMINDER: #ProdChat is happening now! Join us! https://t.co/2vZrwxV3Xm Thu May 26 00:07:09 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @michelle1908 REMINDER: #ProdChat is happening now! Join us! https://t.co/FkJyIAwGD3 Thu May 26 00:07:26 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth A1 I really want to be an example to my subordinates on a project and project true resolve & leadership ability #prodchat Thu May 26 00:07:29 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ShereesePubHlth Modeling is an important part of leadership…and good project management. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:07:51 +0000 2016
martinjason First time at #prodchat! Thu May 26 00:07:57 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @martinjason Welcome, Jason! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:08:17 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rsidneysmith @ChaimShapiro @prodchat @rogue_crayon99 thanks, Ray! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:08:20 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith As a clarification for everyone, we’re talking about managing individual projects, not corp/enterprise projects. :) #prodchat Thu May 26 00:08:39 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A1 meeting commitments, getting things done, being effective #prodchat Thu May 26 00:08:54 +0000 2016
martinjason A1) Everyone knowing their roles and swim lanes at the outset of project is most important. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:08:55 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A1: For me, it’s about getting things done in a manner that’s most effective for everyone involved. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:09:18 +0000 2016
2TimeLabs RT @DrFrankBuck: Frank Buck from Alabama. Retired school leader, I speak, write, and coach on organization and time management. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:09:40 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @martinjason Great to have you, Jason! Jump right in! :) #prodchat Thu May 26 00:09:40 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q2: Are you better at managing work or personal projects better? Why do you think that is? #prodchat https://t.co/ICIDJz1edV Thu May 26 00:10:10 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth A1 Setting reasonable goals is important for my individual projects #prodchat Thu May 26 00:10:17 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @macbikegeek Glad you could make it, Lee! :) #prodchat Thu May 26 00:10:38 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A2: During my days as a principal, I was probably best at the work projects because more people see the results of your work. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:11:27 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A2: I’m better at work project management…I think because there’s more at stake. That also means I don’t do as much for myself. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:11:57 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A2 Work usually, since mostly external customers are consuming (and waiting on) deliverables. Exceptions for criticals #prodchat Thu May 26 00:11:58 +0000 2016
martinjason A2) I’m better at managing projects than my own individual work bc there’s team accountability. Don’t let team down! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:12:06 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A2a: I’d really like to get that in balance so that my personal projects move forward as well as my work projects. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:12:15 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @martinjason Accountability is definitely a huge motivator. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:12:36 +0000 2016
ChaimShapiro Howdy folks. I am on Amtrak heading back from DC #prodchat Thu May 26 00:14:01 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q3: What’s the difference between managing large-scale projects versus smaller projects? #prodchat https://t.co/fUskSNhuC9 Thu May 26 00:15:09 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @ChaimShapiro Glad you could join us, Chaim. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:15:10 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ChaimShapiro Hi, Chaim! Glad you could make it…en route! Glad to have another Washingtonian on #prodchat! :) Thu May 26 00:15:29 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth @ChaimShapiro Are you on the MARC? I miss doing that. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:15:51 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A3 typically larger team, more admin overhead, heavy duty tools for PM, leverage to do much bigger things #prodchat Thu May 26 00:16:00 +0000 2016
ChaimShapiro Just visiting Capitol Hill today. #prodchat https://t.co/NWIlb2COik Thu May 26 00:16:22 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A3: I think it’s more than a matter of scale…it’s about the number of moving parts, more personalities, and resources available. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:16:33 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ChaimShapiro Ah, I see. Hope it was a good trip then! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:16:59 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A3: I think with larger projects, we are more apt to wind up identifying subprojects. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:17:00 +0000 2016
ChaimShapiro No Amtrak from DC to NYC #prodchat https://t.co/yUm1tBtFLa Thu May 26 00:17:00 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A3: Figuring out the order for tasks and the relationship becomes the challenge. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:17:06 +0000 2016
rogue_crayon99 A3: Details… #prodchat Thu May 26 00:17:39 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @macbikegeek Hopefully you have those resources! It’s tough when large-scale projects are given to small teams and them suffering. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:17:57 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth @ChaimShapiro Oh . . ., and I love doing that! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:17:59 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth RT @DrFrankBuck: A3: Figuring out the order for tasks and the relationship becomes the challenge. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:18:23 +0000 2016
ChaimShapiro Free WiFi! #ProdChat https://t.co/E3caeiRwwy Thu May 26 00:19:32 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rsidneysmith @macbikegeek insufficient resources/schedule for scope leads to failed projects. re-structure/scope or just go home. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:19:37 +0000 2016
rogue_crayon99 A1: primarily, getting it done. If I can get at it efficiently on top of being effective, that’s gold. Murakami shoveling snow… #prodchat Thu May 26 00:20:07 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q4: What aspects of a prof. proj. manager’s role applies to your pers. proj. mgmt.? What doesn’t apply? #prodchat https://t.co/R9OoxgT8Eg Thu May 26 00:20:08 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A4: With personal projects, the aspect of delegating and following up with others isn’t nearly as large an issue. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:21:21 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A4 I think it all applies, just different form. $, people, physical resources, deliverables, customers – all still there #prodchat Thu May 26 00:21:28 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @DrFrankBuck assuming you give proper priority to personal projects, otherwise have to get yourself on track, hardest to deal with #prodchat Thu May 26 00:22:41 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @DrFrankBuck assuming you give proper priority to personal projects, otherwise have to get yourself on track, hardest to deal with #prodchat Thu May 26 00:22:41 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @macbikegeek True! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:24:07 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q5: How do you identify goals, sub-projects, and tasks when managing a project? #prodchat https://t.co/SS3v9ZRgUJ Thu May 26 00:25:07 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A4: PMs adhere to a rules for planning/managing projects (and aren’t managing people (usually) directly. They’re facilitating. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:25:24 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A4a: Individuals usually have to manage people, their expectations, plus everything else about the project. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:25:49 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A5 start with the end in mind – what has to be delivered, then break down the big pieces and milestones, then break those down #prodchat Thu May 26 00:27:04 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A5: I usually create a project plan (modified from #GTD natural planning model) and then identify projects and tasks associated. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:27:27 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A5: The subprojects usually identity themselves when I realize something that feeds the project also has several associated tasks #prodchat Thu May 26 00:27:56 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @macbikegeek Well stated. Work backwards. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:28:37 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rsidneysmith re A4 PMs in our org facilitate (track leads manage people directly) but it’s a fine line & PMs get people assigned #prodchat Thu May 26 00:28:37 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A5a: I plan some projects’ tasks totally at once (usually if rote or based on a checklist) or just the next week’s tasks. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:28:40 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Did you miss our last #productivity book club discussion? Catch up here: https://t.co/yz1SnjAQm1 #prodchat https://t.co/TnyhL2czWW Thu May 26 00:29:05 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @macbikegeek Yes, it’s definitely a fine line PMs always have to tow. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:29:26 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q6: What are good practices for setting milestones, prioritizing tasks, & estimating time to completion? #prodchat https://t.co/625UlgXeUT Thu May 26 00:30:20 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth @rsidneysmith I feel more productive when I work from a checklist #prodchat https://t.co/IkEyThRmSX Thu May 26 00:30:27 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ShereesePubHlth You and me, both! :-D There’s something satisfying about knowing the certainty of outcomes for most things. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:30:57 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth RT @rsidneysmith: @ShereesePubHlth You and me, both! :-D There’s something satisfying about knowing the certainty of outcomes for most thin… Thu May 26 00:31:11 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ShereesePubHlth But then I like the occasional excitement of not knowing how the project will develop! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:31:29 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A6: I like to work ahead of deadlines so that I can group activities by what goes well together instead of what’s on fire. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:31:55 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A6: I always like to break down moments to check in with my projects so that I can celebrate successes and identify challenges. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:32:20 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A6a: I use my past history of similar projects and tasks to estimate time to completion (taking into account the current workload).#prodchat Thu May 26 00:32:57 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @DrFrankBuck “Latest and loudest” as @gtdguy would say is never a good place to work from. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:33:28 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @rsidneysmith And yet so many operate that way all the time as if there was no other way. Life doesn’t have to be so hard. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:34:30 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @DrFrankBuck So, so true. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:35:00 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q7: How do you track progress on your projects, follow-up with others, and maintain momentum? #prodchat https://t.co/PrSp9sRjDn Thu May 26 00:35:07 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A7: I handle all of it on the task list. Each project is contained in one task. Next step and the project are both on task subject #prodchat Thu May 26 00:37:02 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A7 project plan, @zendoneapp, using @trello for a work project, MS Project, automated tools for reminders of due dates & followups #prodchat Thu May 26 00:37:04 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A7: I depend on regular meetings with whoever I’m working with on personal projects, and my #GTD Weekly Review. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:37:34 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A7: All other steps, related info, and where supporting info is found are in the note section of the task. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:37:38 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @DrFrankBuck most of my real projects are way too big for one task. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:38:37 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth A7 I use a bullet journaling technique in my planner, tasks carried forward, to-call, to-f/u etc. #prodchat https://t.co/9b1Mjosy6f Thu May 26 00:38:40 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ShereesePubHlth That’s fantastic! It’s quite colorful! I know several bullet journal-ers! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:39:47 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q8: When handling project challenges/roadblocks, what’re strategies or tactics that have worked for you? #prodchat https://t.co/oEx7YSvn2g Thu May 26 00:40:07 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth @rsidneysmith I feel I get more done if my planner excites me #prodchat Thu May 26 00:40:27 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @macbikegeek @DrFrankBuck Ditto. I keep the next week’s tasks identified, while keeping the rest in my project plan. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:41:12 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A8: I prefer to work on a single project for a large block of time (when possible) as opposed to bouncing back and forth #prodchat Thu May 26 00:41:57 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A8 depends on challenge/roadblock and who/what has to change to get past/around it. Often a different way to accomplish things #prodchat Thu May 26 00:42:03 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @macbikegeek I’m starting to do mind maps for my projects and then pulling exported PNG (with link to editable vers.) in Evernote. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:42:31 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A8a will get the job done when the first approach stalled. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:42:38 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rsidneysmith @macbikegeek interesting. Which mind mapping tool? #prodchat Thu May 26 00:43:06 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @DrFrankBuck You underscore the importance of knowing your work style and how you manage projects best! :-D #prodchat Thu May 26 00:43:11 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @macbikegeek I swap between FreeMind, Mind42 and TheBrain. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:43:34 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rsidneysmith @macbikegeek lol. Me, too. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:44:01 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Join us for the next #productivity book club’s live discussion! https://t.co/wQRfxIkzyT #prodchat https://t.co/xiIVMbHgSQ Thu May 26 00:44:02 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A8: I reach out to everyone involved and try to identify ways around the difficulties. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:44:35 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rsidneysmith planning on #productivity book club – on track to finish the book and really enjoying it. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:44:55 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A8: Also, it never hurts to think about the potential roadblocks/challenges ahead of the project. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:44:56 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q9: What are some tools you use to handle your project management? #prodchat https://t.co/8b5ko9KMj5 Thu May 26 00:45:06 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @macbikegeek I really like the Heath brothers’ books! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:45:28 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth A9 Personal or professional I use @wrike . I love, love, love that platform for project management. Use free version for personal #prodchat Thu May 26 00:46:44 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A9: @Toodledo for the task list. Supporting material in digital note for in @Evernote . Supporting digital documents in Office #prodchat Thu May 26 00:47:01 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A9: @rememberthemilk @trello @asana @mind_42 @googlecalendar @GantterProject and several other tools. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:47:08 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A9a: Of course @evernote! How could I forget! :-P #prodchat Thu May 26 00:47:26 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @ShereesePubHlth I’ve been hearing many good things about @wrike lately! Good to hear! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:48:12 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A9 @zendoneapp, @trello, MS @project, @SlackHQ, @SkypeBusiness, MS @Outlook, MS @SharePoint #prodchat Thu May 26 00:48:29 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @rsidneysmith @ShereesePubHlth @wrike Looks like they have a free plan. Will have to check that one out. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:49:08 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Q10: Do you review, reflect, or debrief when you finish a project? What would you do differently? #prodchat https://t.co/lyXffZ8a2v Thu May 26 00:50:04 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth @DrFrankBuck @rsidneysmith @wrike I love that they have ability to link to social and very end-user friendly #prodchat Thu May 26 00:50:46 +0000 2016
rogue_crayon99 A9 Apparently most of these platforms are for “teams”…really looking forward to the day when I can clone myself… #prodchat #humor Thu May 26 00:51:02 +0000 2016
macbikegeek a9a @msexcel, MS Word, @msonenote, @evernote, @msvisio probably forgot some #prodchat Thu May 26 00:51:36 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A10: I “put stuff away.” Decide what supporting material to keep and file it away (paper or digitally), what to throw away. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:51:54 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @rogue_crayon99 LOL. It’s always best to work more efficiently. #carefulwhatyouwishfor ;-) #prodchat Thu May 26 00:52:00 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rogue_crayon99 totally looking forward to cloning myself, enabling myself to be in 2 places at once! ;-) #prodchat Thu May 26 00:52:19 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck A10: Also look closely to make sure there are no additional follow-ups that haven’t been handled. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:52:27 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A10: After each, I debrief in my project plan (in Evernote) so I know what worked well, what went off-course, and lessons learned. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:53:01 +0000 2016
macbikegeek A10 we have a formal post-project review with documentation and action items for process change at work. Look back for personal #prodchat Thu May 26 00:53:29 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith A10a: I look for opportunities to update people, request and provide feedback, and thank people involved. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:53:29 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @rogue_crayon99 Project management software for individuals continues to be a tough challenge for developers! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:54:50 +0000 2016
milhealth RT @rsidneysmith: A10: After each, I debrief in my project plan (in Evernote) so I know what worked well, what went off-course, and lessons… Thu May 26 00:55:15 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth RT @rsidneysmith: @rogue_crayon99 Project management software for individuals continues to be a tough challenge for developers! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:55:24 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @DrFrankBuck Yes, I have to circle back more often. I find more loose ends each time. I’m probably just paranoid. Lol. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:55:36 +0000 2016
rogue_crayon99 @rsidneysmith one day soon…one day ;-) #prodchat Thu May 26 00:56:47 +0000 2016
DrFrankBuck @milhealth @rsidneysmith What? I thought spreadsheets were already fun. #prodchat Thu May 26 00:58:08 +0000 2016
macbikegeek No, I’ll have to take a look #prodchat https://t.co/Ikcnlsu9xw Thu May 26 00:58:37 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith @milhealth I’ll have to look at Airtable! #prodchat Thu May 26 00:58:50 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Next #ProdChat: June 1 – “Leadership Productivity Skill #1: Coaching” with @boxofcrayons! Have a great week, all! https://t.co/CIyn0uCn2T Thu May 26 00:59:05 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth RT @rsidneysmith: Next #ProdChat: June 1 – “Leadership Productivity Skill #1: Coaching” with @boxofcrayons! Have a great week, all! https:/… Thu May 26 00:59:15 +0000 2016
disgamechanger RT @rsidneysmith: @DrFrankBuck Yes, I have to circle back more often. I find more loose ends each time. I’m probably just paranoid. Lol. #p… Thu May 26 00:59:50 +0000 2016
macbikegeek @rsidneysmith thanks Ray, all, great chat. #prodchat Thu May 26 01:00:02 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth This was great. Have a great holiday weekend #prodchat https://t.co/H6ktb9959a Thu May 26 01:00:16 +0000 2016
rsidneysmith Thanks, #productivity enthusiasts! #prodchat Join us next week! https://t.co/FKzeXMIl1l Thu May 26 01:00:31 +0000 2016
rogue_crayon99 A10: Yes, because there’s always something one can improve on and do a little better the next time around. #prodchat Thu May 26 01:02:41 +0000 2016
ShereesePubHlth RT @rsidneysmith: Thanks, #productivity enthusiasts! #prodchat Join us next week! https://t.co/FKzeXMIl1l Thu May 26 01:04:44 +0000 2016

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