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6 Essential PM Skills to Utilize in Life Away from Work

by Michael Wood

We all utilize project management skills like planning and task management in our "real" lives, but there are six PM skills that go much deeper than that—from discipline to focused urgency. Read how they can be utilized in your personal life.

Start With the Cheese: How Stories Can Motivate Your Project Team

by Ken Troger, PMP

Many aspects of project management appear tedious and boring. Creating visual scenarios transforms your project into a memorable adventure that has lasting impact—and creates stronger bonds among team members. Here are five story vision examples to use in your next project.

Using Real Life to Simplify Project-Related Concepts

by Andy Jordan

A lot of the things we have to understand as project managers seem more complicated than they actually are. But it's remarkably easy to find examples that everyone can relate to—just use your everyday life experiences.

Important PM Lessons Learned From a Life Behind the Keyboard

by Andy Jordan

All of the things we do in our everyday lives can in some way relate back to project management. Read how one PM’s reflection on his passion led to lessons we can all learn from—for both our projects and our lives.

Are a PM's Boots Made for Walking the Himalayas?

by Carleton Chinner

Read how project management techniques turned a dream of walking the Himalayas into a memorable experience for one PM, who braved flight delays, tattered soles and a terrifying taxi ride to accomplish his mission.

Why AI Isn’t Coming to Take Your Job

by Andy Jordan

There’s a lot more to artificial intelligence than chatbots, and many AI applications will contribute to project management. But that doesn’t mean it's coming to take your job. In fact, AI is going to make project managers' lives a lot better.

8 Ways to Minimize the Impact of Bad News

by Elizabeth Harrin

Projects don’t always go to plan. At some point in your career, there will be bad news to share with the rest of the team. Here are some tips for managing project communications in a crisis.


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