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Besides the PMI website, where else do you go to find helpful online content for developing project management skills? I'm helping to resource new practitioners at our non-profit organization and would appreciate any suggestions.
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Ami -

This is a great source of content between the articles, discussion threads, blogs and webinars.

You could also pick a few PM thought leaders and read their articles.

Kiron
Thanks for replying Kiron. Were you sharing a link? It didn't come through for me.
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1 reply by Kiron Bondale
May 14, 2022 9:16 AM
Kiron Bondale
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No - I didn't want to show bias towards any particular writer. There are a number of good ones which you can easily find by looking for "Top project management blogs" as search criteria.

Mine is even on a few of those :-)

Kiron
In my personal experience, the only two sites where I spend my extra time to learn and improve myself are here and in linkedin. And when I am here in projectmanagement.com the only place I find useful is this, reading and interacting inside Discussions.
Ami,

besides here, I look at

http://www.maxwideman.com/
https://pmworldjournal.com/
https://www.apm.org.uk/blog/

and several more.

Great question!
May 13, 2022 3:43 PM
Replying to Ami Hileman
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Thanks for replying Kiron. Were you sharing a link? It didn't come through for me.
No - I didn't want to show bias towards any particular writer. There are a number of good ones which you can easily find by looking for "Top project management blogs" as search criteria.

Mine is even on a few of those :-)

Kiron
You won't develop project management skills by visting online content. What you will obtain is project management knowledge. It's the application and practice of knowledge that will develop skills.
I agree with Sergio and Kiron.

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