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The Wisdom of 30-Minute Project Status Meetings

by Kevin Korterud

Your status meetings are too long, are attended by people that have (at best) tangential involvement, and tend to wander with the desire to check off as many of last week’s “open” meeting items as possible. Stop the madness with these important realizations.

Sure, You Can Be a PM In Your Personal Life...but Should You?

by Andy Jordan

This practitioner never assumes the role of project manager in his life outside of work. Is that a wise decision, or a foolish one? Before you plan that next move or organize that big birthday party, consider all of these factors first.

Topic Teasers Vol. 152: Training Kids to Be PMs

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA

Question: As a project manager, I realized recently how helpful it was to use these same skills in my personal life. I don’t remember exactly how I learned them, but I’d like to make sure my kids and other young people from my extended family and friends also pick them up at an early age. They are so useful in any career. Any ideas of how to make this happen?

Applying PM Skills to Day-to-Day Life

by Michael Wood

Taking time to reflect on ways you have integrated your PM skills into your day-to-day life can be an invaluable exercise. The more consciously you are aware of your competencies, the more successful you may be in your PM career—and your life journey.

The Personal PM: Starting and Growing a Side-Hustle Business

by Bruce Harpham

Project management methods are typically taught with a large organization in mind. But what about starting and growing a part-time business? Here are some of the lessons learned along the way from a practitioner who has created additional sources of income and developed new skills with his side hustle.

Beware of Managing a Personal Project for Family & Friends

by Andy Jordan

Having someone who isn’t experienced in project management can actually be an advantage with personal projects. It allows the project manager to focus on being a team member and take a break from the PM duties—and it allows someone else on the team to do something they may not otherwise have the opportunity to do.

Defining Greatness in Construction History: PM Secrets Revealed

by Dr. Sherif Hashem, PMP

Great construction projects deploy great project management strategies. What are the common project management qualities of these great projects—the DNA of construction greatness? This article investigates important lessons learned based on a review of some great historical projects that shape the world’s skyline.

Will the Scrum Master Evolve?

by Andy Jordan

Scrum masters and project managers can form a formidable leadership team on agile initiatives. But how does that relationship and scrum master’s role evolve in a hybrid environment? For one, more attention to coaching and less to process.

Get More from Sprint Planning

by Bart Gerardi

Sprint planning is an important part of the agile process, but too often it’s treated as a perfunctory step to simply add stories to the upcoming sprint. Instead, teams should include goals, value and uncertainty in the discussion—and get much more out of it.


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