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Voices on Project Management

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

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.

ProjectsAtWork

by Aaron Smith

Breaking barriers and building bridges to better manage projects and lead teams.

PMI Global Insights

by Deepa Bhide, Nic Jain, Karen Chovan, Jack Duggal, Fabio Rigamonti, Kristy Tan Neckowicz, David Maynard, Sandra MacGillivray, Gina Abudi, Sarah Mersereau, Lawrence Cooper, Marjorie Anderson, Saurayan Chaki, Yves Ca

The Project Management Institute's annual events attract some of the most renowned and esteemed experts in the industry. In this blog, Global Conference, EMEA Congress and experienced event presenters past, present and future from the entire PMI event family share their knowledge on a wide range of issues important to project managers.

People, Planet, Profits & Projects

by Rich Maltzman, Dave Shirley

This blog is for all of us who manage projects which must provide value now, and in the long run. If your projects have economic, environmental or social impacts - and we say that's all of them - this blog is for you.

The Reluctant Agilist

by Dave Prior

Podcasts and blog posts to help you manage the challenge of transitioning from traditional project management to Agile. Dave Prior celebrates success, embraces the learning that comes from failure, and digs deep on topics you need to be up to speed on.

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 Kimberly Whitby, Dave Garrett, Marjorie Anderson, 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.

Certification Insider

by Cornelius Fichtner

Cornelius Fichtner help you with your PMP Exam Prep (https://www.project-management-prepcast.com) as well as earn free PDUs (www.pm-podcast.com/pdu). 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.

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.

I wish I had me when I was you...

by Laura Barnard

This title expresses precisely how I feel each time a project manager or PMO leader tells me a story about their frustrations encountered while trying to create effective and sustainable change, build (or fix) a PMO or deliver projects successfully. I always think to myself…I wish I knew then what I know now. I’ve made it my mission to share with you everything that I have learned while creating change and building PMOs in both large and small organizations for the last 20 years. Change isn’t easy, but it CAN be done and done well without pulling your hair out! Projects can achieve their intended outcomes leading to satisfied stakeholders. PMOs can become an integral part of your organization's high-impact outcomes. The keys to my success and what I've seen in others is not necessarily what you think. You won't find the answers in the project implementation methodology. The answer is not in the templates you use. It's in how you engage with people and bring them through the process with you. Do change with them, not to them. I’m hoping these articles help you along your journey as you continue to evolve and develop skills and techniques to be the high-impact leader you are meant to be. Please let me know what you think and how I can support you along your journey. Found out more at ImpactbyLaura.com

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EVM Round Up

from The Money Files posted by Elizabeth Harrin on

Over the years I’ve written quite a lot about Earned Value management on this blog so I thought it was time to make an easy ‘go to’ guide that brings all of those ideas and resources ...

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ProjectManagement.comサイトの検索機能の言語オプションに日本語が追加され、より簡単に検索結果の絞り込みができるようになりました。   検索方法手順は、こちらのサイトから「ProjectManagement.comサイトの日本語資料の検索・閲覧方法」をダウンロードしてください。   ご質問やご不明点などございましたら、お気軽に日本語サポ ...

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ATA Risk Question

from PMI Global Insights posted by David Davis on

ATA (Ask to Answer) for the Risk expert Mr. Maynard. I wonder if there is a formal explanation for something I call “Organizational Accepted Risk”.  There are many risk items that ...

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