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Do's and Don'ts for Juggling Multiple Projects

by Andy Jordan

With the ongoing global shortage of project professionals, PMs are being asked to manage two or more projects simultaneously earlier in their careers. How do you do that?

PMI Global Insights

by James Turchick, Cameron McGaughy

Whether it’s in-person or virtual, PMI events give you the right skills to complete amazing projects. In this blog, whether it be our Virtual Experience Series, PMI Training (formerly Seminars World) or PMI® Global Summit, 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.


by James Turchick, Cameron McGaughy, Aaron Smith

Peers sharing perspectives — that's the purpose of this blog. Here, we get to know our community members — how they got started, what they’ve learned along the way, and why they love what they do. We all can benefit from learning about each other’s experiences, challenges, achievements and insights.

Hold Your Horses: PREPARE for Responsible AI Use in Project Management

by Mike Griffiths

Artificial intelligence promises to revolutionize project management. But people tend to be lazy, and a fool with a tool is still a fool. Worse yet, a fool with a tool that produces well-written, convincing project deliverables is a very dangerous fool.

Flexible Work Requires Flexible Management

by Andy Jordan

If work arrangements don’t impact performance, why are more and more organizations insisting on a return to office? What’s driving the perception that at least some amount of office time is required?

6 Leadership Lessons When You Move to 'Team Them'

by Lonnie Pacelli

As unfortunate as it is, if you are in a leadership position, you will automatically be given a “Team Them” jersey. Consider some of these tips to help you earn something all leaders strive for: respect.

Project Scope Statement


A Project Scope Statement is a foundational document that outlines the specific deliverables, objectives, and boundaries of a project. It provides a clear description of what will be accomplished during the project and what will not be included. The Scope Statement typically includes the project's purpose, goals, [


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