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The Critical Path

by Kimberly Whitby, Marjorie Anderson, Danielle Ritter, 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!

PMI Japanese Resources

by Cheng Chee Tay, Chris Ng, Mayo Irie

Please check the available resources in Japanese now.

The Battle-Hardened PM

by George Freeman

The Battle-Hardened PM examines traditional subjects in project management from non-traditional perspectives, in hopes of inspiring both the current and next generation of PMs to move beyond their limits.

PMI Korean Resources

by Cheng Chee Tay, BoHyun KIM, Chris Ng

Your source for available Korean resources.

PM Station

by Riyadh Salih

This blog will explore how we can incorporate and tailor different emerging methodologies for the improvement of project management. Many have been applied in production, maintenance and asset management.

Ethics Bistro

by Lily Murariu, Alankar Karpe, Mohamed Hassan, Fabio Rigamonti, Simona Bonghez, Karthik Ramamurthy, Kristin Jones

We all tackle ethical dilemmas. Wrong decisions can break careers. Which are the key challenges faced? What are some likely solutions? Where can we find effective tools? Who can apply these and why? Dry, theoretical discussions don't help. Join us for lively, light conversations to learn, share and grow!

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.

The Risky Business of Today's PM

by Greg Lewis

Today's program and project managers face a diverse and dynamic environment requiring flexibility, creativity and accountability to remain successful. Follow me to learn about successful techniques, processes and personal experiences that you can apply to your everyday work. Special emphasis will be placed on leadership and communication to guide you through difficult situations and establish yourself as a competent, professional and effective program manager and team member.

PMI Global Insights

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

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.

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