Dennis McDonald's Weekly Top Ten

For the 7 day period ending May 24, 2016, the following were, in descending order, this site’s most popular posts:

01   Using the New Kindle Fire TV Stick: A Mixed Review - Managing Technology - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
02   Cookies, Imrworldwide, and Nielsen Netratings: What’s the Connection? - Managing Technology - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
03   A Short Definition of “Strategic Planning” - Managing Technology - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
04   What the Heck is “Social DRM”? - Managing Technology - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
05   2. The SoftPMO Process Management Model - SoftPMO - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
06   3. The SoftPMO Toolkit and the New Project Manager - SoftPMO - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
  First Impressions: Vudu’s “Vudu to Go” Beta Software - Managing Technology - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
  “Big Data Project Management” Interview Questions Set #1 - Managing Technology - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
  1. Introduction to the SoftPMO Project Management Toolkit - SoftPMO - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site
10   Understanding the Challenges of Big Data Project Management: The Business Case - Managing Technology - Dennis D. McDonald’s Web Site


Copyright (c) 2016 by Dennis D. McDonald, Ph.D. Dennis (email ddmcd@outlook.com phone 703-402-7382) is a management consultant based in Alexandria, Virginia. His experience includes consulting company ownership and management, database publishing and data transformation, managing the integration of large systems and databases, corporate technology strategy, social media adoption, statistical research, and IT cost analysis. His clients have included the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the National Academy of Engineering, General Electric, AIG, the World Bank, Whirlpool, and the National Library of Medicine. He has worked as a project manager, analyst, and researcher throughout the U.S. and in Europe, Egypt, and Hong Kong. His professional web site is here: http://www.ddmcd.com.


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Reader Comments (6)

we were 2 years ahead of the market.
September 16, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJeremiah Owyang
Dennis, although all your posts are equally good, your post no. 6 continues to be one of the most sought-after and favorite posts till today. (developing socialmedia & business aligned social networking strategy)

I always re-read, recommend and make it a point to mention this to peers and community folks.

Would definitely like to talk about it someday !
December 4, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterDaksh
Daksh -

Thank you for your Dec. 4 comment and for the compliment. I appreciate it very much.

That post "How To Develop a Business-Aligned Social Media & Social Networking Strategy" is now Number 5 for the week; the ranking fluctuates.

I'm currently working on three very different projects that incorporate different elements of that "methodology." The approach has to be adapted to take into account practicalities like project scope and budget. There's no substitute for (a) constantly relating your plan to your objectives and (b) making sure the plan is practical and implementable.

It may not be practical to get together right now but here's a view from my house of a recent sunrise:


- Dennis
December 4, 2009 | Registered CommenterDennis D. McDonald
this is my first visit on this site and i am happy to find this worthy collection of top ten posts. I will read one by one. Thank you very much.
Great list Dennis! I would have to say in my opinion the two best reads were What’s the Difference Between Innovation and Creativity? and How To Develop a Business-Aligned Social Media & Social Networking Strategy. Looks like I have found yet another weekly top 10 list to add to my bookmarks. Looking forward to next week.
February 3, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSocial Networking Software
I think youve made some truly interesting points. Not too many people would actually think about this the way you just did. Im really impressed that theres so much about this subject thats been uncovered and you did it so well with so much class. Good one you man! Really great stuff here.
June 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMike Perham

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