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Voices on Project Management

by Rex Holmlin, Vivek Prakash, Wanda Curlee, Bernadine Douglas, Kevin Korterud, Taralyn Frasqueri-Molina, Peter Tarhanidis, David Wakeman, Lynda Bourne, Christian Bisson, Cyndee Miller, Marian Haus, Shobhna Raghupat

Voices on Project Management offers insights, tips, advice and personal stories from project managers in different regions and industries. The goal is to get you thinking, and spark a discussion. So, if you read something that you agree with--or even disagree with--leave a comment.

The Money Files

by Elizabeth Harrin

A blog that looks at all aspects of project and program finances from budgets and accounting to getting a pay rise and managing contracts.

The Critical Path

by Dave Garrett, Marjorie Anderson, Carrie Dunn, Danielle Ritter, Craig Dalrymple, Kristin Jones

Welcome to The Critical Path--the home for community happenings and events on ProjectManagement.com! This is where you'll find community news, updates, upcoming events, featured member posts and more. We'll also be showcasing hot topics in the project management arena and bringing you interviews with industry experts. The Critical Path is our primary way of getting news out to members, so be sure to check back for updates!

PM Network

by Dan Goldfischer

PM Network is the award-winning professional magazine published monthly for members of the Project Management Institute. This blog will highlight some of the publication's valuable information and insights, keeping you up to date on industry trends.

Taking the Plunge

by Aaron Porter (MBA, PMP, CSM)

In case you actually read this description, the beginning of the blog is about preparing for the PMP exam. It then evolved into maintaining my credential. After taking a break for a few years, I'm back and will be blogging about project management, in general, and probably a bit of agile on a regular basis.

The Human Side of Project Management

by John Morgan

The Human Side of Project Management is a place where we can discuss ways we can improve our competencies and interpersonal skills as project managers; things like acquiring new knowledge, improving performance, becoming better leaders, building up teams, motivating others, making decisions more effectively and building trust.

Servant Leadership: Serve to Be Great

by Jonathan Lee, Catalin Dogaru, Mike Frenette, Suzan Cho, Tolga Özel, Graham Briggs, Cameron McGaughy

This blog is about leadership as it applies to projects and project management, but also as it applies to society in general. The bloggers here manage projects and lead teams in both business and volunteer environments, and are all graduates of PMI's Leadership Institute Master Class. We hope to bring insight into the challenges we all experience in our projects and in our day-to-day work, providing helpful tidbits to inspire you to take action to improve—whether in your personal life, your business/work life or on your projects. Read, comment and share your experiences as we share ours. Let’s make the pie bigger! Grab a slice!

Thoughts on Project Management

by Gina Abudi

Articles will focus on the the people-side of project management - team leadership, communication, virtual teams, change management and cultural diversity.

Requirements Management Ruminations

by Sally Elatta, Abdulilah Angaa, Victoria Cupet, Beth Ouellette, Elizabeth Larson, Rich Larson, Mike Frenette, Mary Gorman, Ellen Gottesdiener, Jhansi Vijayarajan, Bobbye Underwood, Cameron McGaughy

A collaborative blog with contributions from members of the PMI Requirements Management Community of Practice and various authors and presenters who have dealt with the topic of requirements management.

Eye on the Workforce

by Joe Wynne

Workforce management is a key part of project success, but project managers often find it difficult to get trustworthy information on what really works. From interpersonal interactions to big workforce issues we'll look the latest research and proven techniques to find the most effective solutions for your projects.

No Run Away

by PARAG KANDEKAR

Abstract: Leadership & Team Management is one of the important skill of Project Manager and Leader. In the process we need to understand team dynamics which helps in resolving conflicts if arise. In conflict management – confrontation is well known method people do use. But it’s always a stressful job and we need to take care of few important points while dealing the confrontation process.Negotiation is one aspect which comes again and again. As a LEADER we need to face rather than RUNNING AWAY. My blogs are focusing on Leadership, Conflict Management, Negotiations, Business Acumen and business strategy.

Certification Insider

by Cornelius Fichtner

Helping you earn and maintain your PMI certification. Passing the PMP Exam is tough, but keeping your PMP Certification alive is just as challenging. Preparing for the exam requires an in-depth study of the PMBOK Guide and dedicated study discipline. And once you are PMP certified, then you are required to earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) every 3 years to keep your certification alive. Let me help you make this journey easier with tips and tricks on how to prepare for and pass the exam as well as efficiently earning your PDUs once you are certified.

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