As Good A Reason As Any

November 1, 2015

Blogging


Plaster of Rodin's The Thinker at Musee des Beaux Arts Montreal

Earlier this year, I wandered away from writing for this blog. It wasn’t planned or intentional. It just happened. It was the same for travelling practically every month this year. Some of it was for business, some it was for pleasure and only about half of it was planned at the beginning of the year. Add changing projects at work, planning a conference session, doing long distance cycling and revamping my personal blog, it didn’t leave much time or energy for blogging about work-related topics.

In the blogging world, November is National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo). In the spirit of making a commitment by telling everyone, I’ll use NaBloPoMo as a reason to get back into the blogging habit this month. It’s a good a reason as any. After an eight-month hiatus, I have built up a good backlog of ideas covering learning from a couple of conferences, leadership lessons, outsourcing, a couple of book reviews, and of course, Agile.

Thanks for reading! I hope you’ll enjoy it!

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About Liza Wood

Throughout my career, I have consistently joined companies on the verge of explosive growth and change. From these experiences, I have developed a human, collaborative, and pragmatic leadership style. I would like to share that point of view, along with my experiences, on this blog. Join me on Facebook!

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