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Schedule

by Juan Gabriel Gantiva Vergara

Schedule

Scribbles & Scratches

by Andrea Uvanni

All Great Things Start from Scratch! I believe in hard work, creative thinking, and dedication to an end goal. The plan can change, the work can fluctuate, but your enthusiasm and dedication to achieving the end results should never fail. You are the spinner of your own fate. I'm here to encourage and navigate through to find the right path to success. Take a look at the full blog at www.TheMoiraeG.com and Spin your own Fate in career and life.

Scrumptious

by Sante Vergini

Scrum is the most popular framework used within an agile environment to convert complex problems into valuable products and services. In this blog, we will examine all things Scrum to shed light on this wonderful organizational tool that is sweeping the globe. There will be engaging articles, interviews with experts and Q&A's. Are you ready to take the red pill? Then please join me on a fascinating journey down the rabbit hole, and into the world of Scrum.

Seeing the Wood AND the Trees

by Russell Geake

Expert Project Manager Russell Geake shares his experience, thoughts and wisdom. Taking a stroll through the forest, visit the detail and enjoy the views.

Sense & Respond

by Jeff Gothelf, Joshua Seiden

Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden, leading tech experts and founders of the global Lean UX movement, share their insights into how organizations can grow and thrive based on their ability to sense and respond instantly to customer and employee behaviors.

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!

Shifting Change: Insider Tips from Project Leaders

by Luisa Cristini, Nic Jain, Angela Montgomery, Carole Osterweil, Abílio Neto, Ruth Pearce, John ORourke, Kavitha Gunasekaran, Ronald Sharpe, Ross Wirth, Steve Salisbury, Ryan Gottfredson, Walter Vandervelde, Tony Sa

Today's world is influenced by change. Project managers and their organizations need to embrace and sometimes drive changes to keep up with the pace in highly competitive environments. In this blog, experienced professionals share their experiences, tips and tools to manage and exploit changes and take advantage of them. The blog is complimentary to the webinar series of the Change Management Community Team and is managed by the same individuals.

SOUNDING OFF

by bob weinstein

You can learn a lot by observing and asking questions. But to shake things up, you have to get real ticked off about the important things that need fixing. The dangerous alternative is complacency.

spattanayak

by Satyabrata Pattanayak

Satyabrata Pattanayak,MCTS,PMP

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- Will Rogers

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