Disclaimer/Policies


The opinions written in this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the companies I work(ed) for (present or past), their affiliates or employees.  I am not receiving compensation in any form to write this blog.  I have had the privilege of working with some outstanding people and/or companies and believe in giving credit where credit is due.  So, any reference made to those people or companies is being done without their prior knowledge.  Since any reference made will very likely be positive, it is just a reflection of my experiences with them, not any sort of commercial endorsement, and I hope they like the compliment.  Any negative experiences will be discussed constructively as lessons learned without any reference to specific companies.   If you think you know what company I am referring to, you either worked at that company or you are guessing.  Either way, it’s bad practice to spread rumours, plus it’s in the past – get over it.

I take my all my NDAs seriously. I cannot discuss the content of the game I am currently working on or any specifics of past or present projects, so please don’t ask.  

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As this blog evolves, if anything stated above changes, we will update this section or make note of it in a specific article.

Policies:

This blog is about sharing knowledge and experiences, not for promoting products or services.

Guest Blogging:

Guest bloggers are welcome, but posts must comply with the following policies:

  • Be approximately 500 words in length to a maximum of 1000 words.
  • Content of the article shares knowledge, ideas or experiences and does not promote a particular product, service, organization or individual.
  • A link to the guest blogger’s website will be included, along a brief (max. 50 words) biography of the author.
  • Content cannot be unfairly critical or inflammatory toward another product, service, person or organization.
  • Content must fit with the overall theme of this blog: ideas in (project) management, leadership and process.  Judgement of whether the content fits is at the discretion of Liza Wood, owner of this blog.

Comments:

All comments are moderated and will be approved at my discretion. Any comments promoting a product or service that does not contribute to the discussion on the article will not be approved. Any inflammatory comments will not be approved. This is a professional blog, so please keep comments professional.

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