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The Critical Path

by Kimberly Whitby, Marjorie Anderson, Laura Schofield

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 Nerd

by Kevin Raney

Sharing ideas and stories about learning and professional development. The more we learn, the more we share, the more we grow.

Risk Insights from The Risk Doctor

by David Hillson

David Hillson, The Risk Doctor, shares key tips on understanding and managing risk, blending thought-leadership with expert practical application. Managing risk is easy - find out how!

Project Management and Workplace Respect

by Paul Pelletier

This blog is dedicated to raising awareness about workplace respect in relation to project management. Workplace disrespect is a worldwide problem that is exceedingly damaging to projects and business. Incivility negatively impacts project success and results in financial, human resources, productivity, risk management, and legal costs. There are many things PMs and organizations can do to prevent and address workplace disrespect. This blog aims to help guide the way.

Perspectives and Perceptions of Project Management

by Abdullah Al Mamoon

Personal branding of a Project Manager is highly critical to the success of any projects irrespective of domains and geographical boundaries. This defines the power of influencing project team members, stakeholders and evolving situations in the lifecycle of projects. Is this a mere perception? Or just another perspective? Through this blog page/section I intend to promote project management highlighting contemporary knowledges and experience sharing that are aligned with the spirit of Global Project Management.

Haiku for Project Managers

by Robert Prol

Because sometimes poetry makes the point better than a long story. To learn more about Haiku, read: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku

Servant Leadership: Serve to Be Great

by Jonathan Lee, Catalin Dogaru, Cecilia Boggi, 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!

Women in PM Leadership

by María del Rosario Valicente, Vanessa Ribeiro, Cecilia Boggi, Brantlee Underhill, Adriana Cibelli, Marcela Terzi, Fernanda Quinteros

We'll explore the lessons, traits, characteristics and opinions of women serving in leadership positions in the project management profession. Join the conversation!

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.

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