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A-Musing We Will Go

by Juanita Woods

Every project manager has a story to share about that project that just wouldn't quit, or the sponsor that wanted the moon delivered next week. In this blog, I hope to share ideas on setting realistic and achievable goals for the projects we manage. Of course, if there is something else that catches my mind, I will just have to share it, too...

All Things PMO

by Harlan Bridges

Discussions about what makes PMOs valuable to the business.

An Effective Perspective ......

by Tara McCallum

Effectiveness - Perspective: These are the building blocks, often the "un-spoken" goals of every business, relationship, really these concepts touch almost everything that we do. This communication will talk about this any many other topics that relate - intersect - and co-mingle with an Effective Perspective.

An Engaging PM Blog! Is it Possible?

by Dan Furlong

The world doesn't need another boring PM blog that rehashes what we already know! So, let's create one that is fun, engaging, and makes us question what we consider to be the "truth" about project management today. Let's challenge the known! Let's challenge each other! Let's have fun!

AnalystSchool- Business Analysis Project Management discussion

by supriya chopra

In this blog, I will discuss various topics relating to Project Management. Often Business analysts also work very closey with PM's and I have seen in some companies PM's taking some role of BA's as well.Hence, I will try to focus on both the skill sets Business Analysis and Project Management .

Ask An Agilist

by Liza Wood

Being Agile is a journey and you may have questions along the way. Ask An Agilist can help with some practical advice.


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