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PM Canvas

by Ramkumar Arumugam

This blog is a repository of professional learnings from my 8+ year journey of project and program management. I will share best practices and ideas, and explore project management as a profession in the digital age—and how project and program mangers should upskill themselves to stay ahead of the curve. I would love to hear your comments!

PM in Developing Nations

by Stanley Oranika

This blog is inspired by observations and findings centered around managing projects in a developing nation. In an uncontrolled environment, project, portfolio and program management tend to face unique challenges that are rarely addressed by published methods from professionals operating in controlled environments. The often volatile and radically changing policies of developing countries leave project managers walking a tightrope of uncertainty, balancing high risks and lean resources with high expectations—and the compulsion to deliver results within given time frames. The author touches on areas like agriculture, brewing, IT, commerce, value chain, expeditions, personal development, tours, volunteerism and event organization using a simple yet poetic method of expression.

PM Leadership Skills: Attitude

Wiki

The attitude of the project manager plays a pivotal role on any project as it will affect the communication with the team and the client as well.

PM Leadership Skills: Never Blame

Wiki

Some managers spend too much time finding other team members to blame in order not to put themselves on the line. Blaming someone else might sound great to many but they will end up with no one else to blame except themselves because by blaming others, you give up your power to grow and change.

PM Marginalia

by Konstantin Ryzhkov

This blog is about many different topics you encounter every day as project managers. I believe my experience, knowledge and observations will be useful for your professional development, and I hope that this blog may become a good platform for discussions on topics like management, emotional intelligence, agile, leadership, project management methodologies, IT project management and more.

PM Mex Corner

by Humberto Ramos

PM trends, challenges and hot topics, as seen from Mexico corner

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.

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