Category Archives: Project management

Introducing DO PM: Oxford’s First Digital Project Management Meet-Up

“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” – Henry Ford. Life as a PM has many twists and turns. One minute you are the baddie or the enforcer – telling everyone to get back to work; whilst the next minute you’re the destroyer of beautiful dreams – telling the […]

White October founder Dave Fletcher is Oxfordshire Young Business Person of the Year

We’re so proud to announce Dave Fletchers win as Oxfordshire Young Business Person of the Year 2014. Dave founded White October when he was just 24, after completing a Mathematics degree from Nottingham University, and a stint at RM Education as an analyst programmer. White October is now one of Oxfordshire’s most successful digital agencies, […]

A whole week of Digital Oxford? Don’t mind if we do

Digital Oxford Week, 12-16 May When we co-founded Digital Oxford a few years ago we were driven by the belief that Oxford has all the ingredients for one of the UK’s key digital hubs along the lines of Bristol, Manchester and Brighton.  It’s a world class centre for higher education and research; is commutable to […]

How lean saves you money

Part of our How to Make Your Idea Work Better, While Spending Less of Your Budget Series. Providing you with: Key indicators that your project could benefit from Lean An understanding of Lean Methods How Lean stops you spending money on things that won’t work and helps you get a working product sooner You have […]

Web Project Management and Collaboration Using Github

A year ago, I had never heard of GitHub and now I’m using it on several of my biggest projects and to my surprise, enjoying doing so! It started just under a year ago when I asked my project team what their preference would be for tracking issues, and the developers were almost evangelical about […]

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