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Personal Knowledge Management in Action

by Andrew Makar, PMP

Ten years ago, project managers were restricted to sticky notes, Notepad and file servers for limited knowledge management. Fortunately, today there are a lot of different knowledge management tools to consider. Here are three of one experienced PM's favorites--and how he uses them in the real world.

Personal Lessons Learned

by Andy Jordan

As project managers, our role is all about relationships with people. But some of our greatest growth comes when we look inside ourselves.

Personal PM in Action: Building a House with Asana

by Andrew Makar, PMP

As project managers, we often reinforce the importance of proper PM in our professional projects. However, when it comes to our personal projects, do you apply the project management mindset and tools? One writer has found project management useful for a few significant personal projects.

Personal Project Workflow

by Andrew Makar, PMP

If you’ve developed any training material for your projects, then you’ve familiar with process flow charts and supporting tasks. In IT projects, there is usually an operational process or workflow that the end users follows to put the IT solution into action. Even though workflow is associated with recurring operational tasks, they can be applied to professional and personal projects. Here, one writer looks at a free offering that might make your personal PM run a lot smoother.

Perspective and Perceptions in Lessons Learned

by Andy Jordan

Projects succeed because of the relationships between people and the ability to create an environment where everyone involved is engaged and committed. Lessons learned sessions can be stressful experiences for those involved, but is that a reason to avoid some of the more sensitive aspects?

Philanthropy: Supporting the PM Profession

by Kevin Coleman

Real-life lessons learned and ongoing mentoring is all but a necessity given all the challenges that the program and project management profession faces these days.

Picking Up a Dropped Project

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Projects are dropped for various reasons in an organization. What can you do if you are tasked with picking up something that has been dropped or forgotten?

Pie in the Sky? You'll Never Know!

by George Ball

Okay KMers, ready for the ultimate knowledge management challenge? How do you parse your world into not only the known and the unknown, but also the unknowable?

Playing Tag

by Mike Donoghue

A more “social” Web is getting a foothold, taking people in new directions. And as part of this social Web revolution (and evolution), a clever idea has sprung up.

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