Nice little blurb in Music Connection magazine.
Had a great time presenting a live workshop in project management for musicians today, at Berklee, sponsored by the Berklee Music Business Club and the Berklee Music Marketing Club. Good turnout, smart attendees doing interesting projects, and they stayed after the pizza was gone, so I’m encouraged. More live workshops like this are in the works; next up, VocaliseU!
A new “Free Downloads” page has just hatched, with the first freebie: a template for creating project scope statements. I’ll write an explanation soon, about what this is and how to use it. But the short story is, it’s a place to park your decisions about what your project is all about. When you want to be “on the same page,” this is the page where you want to be.
It’s found a fine perch in Berklee’s new Valencia campus library!
“Project Management for Musicians” is currently the #3 music business book on Amazon’s “Hot New Releases” list! (Strangely, it ranks #17 in “Sheet Music and Scores.” It actually doesn’t have any music notation in it at all….)
This new site is where I’ll park information about project management, specifically designed to help musicians. To start, there are links to my Berklee online course and my upcoming book, both called Project Management for Musicians. Soon, I’ll add some free samples and other materials here that you will find useful. I’ve also got plans for some recommended resources.
I hope you find it useful!