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The world of project management through the monocles of culture, design, business, technology, politics, social, education, philosophy and music.

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This is my little laboratory to explore the world of project management through the monocles of culture, design, business, technology, politics, social, education, philosophy and logic. What I am trying to do here is a little bit different and unconventional but more useful. I am trying to start a stream of Bytes. I want it to be short and precise so that I do not waste people's time reading it, but I want it to be longer than a tweet. Why I use the word 'Byte'? First of all, I think it sounds cool, and it reminds people of 'Bite' and I want each of them to be in 'Bite-size'. Here is how Wikipedia describes 'Byte': The byte (pronounced /'ba?t/), coined from "bite", but respelled to avoid accidental mutation to "bit", is a unit of digital information in computing and telecommunications. Well, PMO Bytes should be a small paragraph of words that convey strong and meaningful messages and thoughts in the topics of project, program and portfolio management. In addition, they should be fun and enjoyable to read preferably with a sense of touch in the areas of culture, design, business, technology, politics, social, education, philosophy and music which can serve as metaphors that relate back to the main topics of project, program and portfolio management. I want the PMO Bytes to be lively and preferably able to trigger or fork into other trains of thoughts and discussions with a life form that lives by itself.

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