My Top 10 Project Risk Management Articles of 2019

Project Risk Coach

In this article, I'm sharing my most popular project risk management posts of 2019. The top countries included: United States Australia India The United Kingdom Canada Top 10 Project Risk Management Articles of 2019 You may have noticed that I wrote more about project risk management than ever with a sprinkling of project management articles. The post My Top 10 Project Risk Management Articles of 2019 appeared first on Project Risk Coach Oh, what a year!

2019 150

GirlsGuideToPM: My Top 10 Articles of All Time

Girl's Guide to PM

I thought it was time to look back and see what the stand-out articles were over the years. Here are the top 10 articles year by year. By the way, I refer to La Défense as crummy in this article, but by the time I left I had come to appreciate the arch, the architecture and the little cafés hidden between the offices. One of this year’s most-read articles was 5 Project Management Apps You’ve Never Heard Of. It was also one of my first articles to include a free thing.

2016 311

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Top 7 Leadership Articles: Summer Edition

Epicflow Blog

In his article, Adam Roseman suggests using a system of managing remote teams. In this article, Marcel Schwantes dwells upon the need for and ways of transforming companies into data-driven organizations as well as the role of leaders in this complex process.

Top 7 Leadership Articles: Winter Edition

Epicflow Blog

Written by Art Petty, this article proposes 8 tips for managers to become better decision-makers. In his article for Gallup, Adam Hickman reflects upon the right ways to promote employees to the position of a manager on a fair basis. In his article dealing with the conflict issue, Roger Trapp analyzes a book by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler entitled “Optimal Outcomes”. The post Top 7 Leadership Articles: Winter Edition appeared first on Epicflow.

Top BradEgeland.com Articles Trending on Project Management Update

Brad Egeland

Read all of my latest trending Project Management, Tech, and Business articles that are trending on Project Management Update. It's everything you need to know about Project Management and Technology and then some. link] Use code BRAD10OFF for 10% off your purchase of the Agile estimating tool Planning Poker Read my trending content

2019 110

The 30 Most Popular Project Management Articles from 2017

MavenLink

We scoured the top online publications to find the 30 most widely read and shared project management articles. These three articles share some of the best practices and how-to articles to help your business reduce risks and avoid costly mistakes. Summary: The article covers seven high-level project management steps to help project managers achieve on-time, on-budget, goal-focused delivery of high-profile projects, to increase their project success rates and career prospects.

2017 76

Top 7 Leadership Articles: Spring Edition

Epicflow Blog

The post Top 7 Leadership Articles: Spring Edition appeared first on Epicflow. Leaders are always expected to be well-rounded and have not only excellent communication skills but also psychological knowledge to be able to organize their teams, help resolve their inner problems, and of course to stay respected and followed. This is why learning new and trying new practices are always important for any person in chief.

TimeCamp’s Top Articles for Freelancers!

TimeCamp

Today’s article is not really an article! It’s a whole bunch of them

2017 45

My “Bird’s eye view in the agile forest” article translated in Russian

Henny Portman

Have a look at the latest updated version of this article. Agile article English Post frameworks RussianI am pleased to inform you that my featured paper “ A bird’s eye view on the agile forest ” has been translated and published in Russian by the Magazine of COBHET (SOVNET), the Russian Project Management Association, with the title “????? ????????????? ? ?????? ????????????”. To download: [link].

2019 43

Top 7 Leadership Articles: Summer Edition

Epicflow Blog

We’ve compiled a list of the most interesting and motivating articles about leadership published this summer. In this article, Marc Zao-Sanders explores the necessity of managers’ awareness of their leadership skills level. The rest of the articles in our list are dedicated to followership as a cornerstone of leadership. . In her article for The Balance Careers, Susan M. The idea that a leader is “nobody” without followers is also supported in John Hall’s article.

Top 7 Leadership Articles: Summer Edition

Epicflow Blog

We’ve compiled a list of the most interesting and motivating articles about leadership published this summer. In this article, Marc Zao-Sanders explores the necessity of managers’ awareness of their leadership skills level. The rest of the articles in our list are dedicated to followership as a cornerstone of leadership. . In her article for The Balance Careers, Susan M. The idea that a leader is “nobody” without followers is also supported in John Hall’s article.

June| Article Round Up

Stepping Into Project Management

This articles is a wonderful read for those us is who love food and will not hesitate to try a new restaurant for the love of a new cuisine. The article round up for May can be found here. article round up Books lifegoalsSo, its Monday and you are looking for some inspiration to start your week right, here are some round ups of great reads to lift up your mood and set you up for new challenges.

2018 33

58 Project Management Articles And Podcasts From 2018

The Digital Project Manager

his year, the expert team at The Digital Project Manager team has produced dozens of articles on project management, from comprehensive how-to guides to opinion pieces showing what daily life as a digital project manager is like. The post 58 Project Management Articles And Podcasts From 2018 appeared first on The Digital Project Manager.

2018 222

PMWJ article: Are incremental and iterative the same phenomenon or not?

Henny Portman

Happy to see that the Project Management World Journal (PMWJ) published my article: Portman, H. After reading this article I hope you understand the relationship between incremental and iterative development. In the second part of this article, I position waterfall and agile in an incremental versus iterative matrix and shows what happens in the other two quadrants too. To download the article: pmwj92-Apr2020-Portman-are-incremental-and-iterative-the-same.

2020 49

How to Earn Leadership PDUs for PMP Renewal in 2020

Girl's Guide to PM

In this article we’ll look at what Leadership PDUs are and how many you need, and what activities count towards your PDU total in the Leadership category. Skills Training This article contains affiliate links

2020 230

How to earn PDUs fast in 2020

Girl's Guide to PM

Skills Training This article contains affiliate links Is your re-certification cycle coming to an end for your PMI certificate? Do you need to quickly get your PDU total up to the minimum so you can stay certified? You’re in the right place! Read on for tips for how to earn PDUs fast.

2020 267

Upcoming Monthly Articles on Top Project Management Tools and Services to Try

Brad Egeland

In an attempt to get your type of information out to more of the masses, I am planning to do feature articles on a monthly basis on my site that will highlight likely two to five project management software tools, training services, PDU providers and certification/testing organizations that the project management community should know more about.

2018 101

Project Management Collaboration Tools FAQ

Girl's Guide to PM

Software This article contains affiliate links I ran a subscriber-only webinar a while back about trends in project management collaboration tools and the barriers to adopting new technology in a project environment. I think people had a great time and the feedback was fantastic.

2020 302

5 Ways to boost your team’s creativity

Girl's Guide to PM

This article has 5 simple ideas to improve your team’s creativity. It should be the natural outcome of what we talked about a the beginning of this article — an environment where creativity is expected, supported and encouraged to flourish.

2020 326

Need Your Great Project Management, Business Strategy or Technology Article Published - Contact Me

Brad Egeland

Do you have a great article or even a good article that you want the world to see? Your new article will get 300 to 500 views daily (and climbing). If it is anywhere close to these topics: project management, business strategy, new or current technology, SEO, cybersecurity, agile, scrum, devops, digital transformation, machine learning, artificial intelligence, IoT, the cloud, mobile technology, PMP certification, etc. I'll look at it and probably run it on my blog for you.

15 Easy Ways to Earn PDUs in 2020

Girl's Guide to PM

In this article we’ll cover what you need to know about the different categories of PDUs and how many you need to get, plus some simple and free ways to earn PDUs in 2020. Skills Training This article contains affiliate links Do you need to earn PDUs to maintain your PMI certification?

2020 254

July | Article Round Up

Stepping Into Project Management

My favourite tweet for this month: If you enjoyed this, you might want to look at the Article Round up for June. What you read, is what your interests are and I can clearly see from my reading list. I have tried to categorise them better this time around, so let me know if this is something that you guys are enjoying as well.

What To Do When Your Team Doesn’t Believe The Project Schedule

Girl's Guide to PM

Stakeholders This article contains affiliate links This is an extract from Project Pain Reliever. I contributed this chapter (and another one) to the book. This one is about ensuring everyone buys into the project schedule. The One-Man Plan: A Story.

2020 329

Managing Up: How to Manage Your Boss

Girl's Guide to PM

Managing up is something people have been talking about for a long time, and it was brought to the attention of a lot of people back in 2005 with the now-classic HBR article on the topic. ” Stakeholders Project Sponsor team This article contains affiliate links

2020 288

What is Stakeholder-led Project Management?

Girl's Guide to PM

Books Stakeholders This article contains affiliate links “I am convinced that stakeholders must always impact upon the way we manage our projects,” writes Louise M. Worsley in Stakeholder-led Project Management: Changing the Way We Manage Projects. “I I hope I can convince you.”.

2020 349

15 Fascinating Time Management Articles To Read Right Now (Link Roundup 2019)

Proofhub

Best Time Management Articles That Are Loved: Reviewed And Ranked Managing time is of utmost importance to be able to conduct projects effectively. So here I’ve curated a list of best time-management articles that are insightful and you should follow to have the best tips. This article has some great tips to follow at work that will make you work smarter and not harder. And this article has got tried and tested tips to be a productive teacher.

2019 60

15 Awesome Tools I Use To Manage My Projects

Girl's Guide to PM

In this article I’ll share my top 15 project management tools that I use for managing multiple projects. I use them for packing suitcases, writing articles, inducting new members of staff and meetings. Project Management Skills Software This article contains affiliate links Project management software tools are essential to manage projects efficiently. But they aren’t the answer to everything.

2020 266

NLP for Project Managers

Girl's Guide to PM

Stakeholders teams This article contains affiliate links Peter speaking at the APM Rethinking Leadership conference. This is a guest post by Peter Parkes, author of NLP for Project Managers.

2020 313

5 Types of Project Meetings

Girl's Guide to PM

Templates Books Skills This article contains affiliate links In Collaboration Explained: Facilitation Skills for Software Project Leaders there’s a whole section on different types of meetings, what they are for and how they work.

2020 338

Seven Stupid Mistakes Managers Make (and What to Do Instead)

Girl's Guide to PM

Pin it to read later: Books Stakeholders This article contains affiliate links Darryl Rosen. This is a guest post on stupid management mistakes by Darryl Rosen, author of Table for Three? Bringing Your Smart Phone to Lunch and 50 Dumb Mistakes Smart Managers Don’t Make!

2020 330

Book review: Critical Chain

Girl's Guide to PM

Books This article contains affiliate links Critical Chain by Eliyahu M. Goldratt is a business novel that talks about creative ways to improve project delivery through managing dependencies. Written in 1997, it is now a classic text, but it still comes across as timely and challenging.

New Project Management Highlights, Articles & Podcasts – February 2019

The Digital Project Manager

Get the scoop on all the latest from The Digital Project Manager in February 2019—new case studies, podcasts, and articles to help you deliver better projects! The post New Project Management Highlights, Articles & Podcasts – February 2019 appeared first on The Digital Project Manager. Dear DPM DPM Podcast

2019 138

Project Management Trends [2020]

Girl's Guide to PM

But knowing a methodology isn’t the pinnacle of achievement, as Kevin Longergan points out in this article. There are lots of applications for this in project management including: Identifying potential risks through natural language search Improving risk assessments Testing risk response Allocating resources and resource levelling Intelligent scheduling Automating mundane and repetitive tasks as Andy Crowe explains in this article Improving consistency in process and decision making.

2020 234

PMP Exam Changes: Why you should consider taking the exam now

Girl's Guide to PM

Training Project Management Training Course Reviews This article contains affiliate links The PMP ® exam is changing on 2 January 2020, so here’s your Public Service Announcement: If you want to certify as a PMP before the exam changes, you’ve just about got time.

2020 266

Book review: Who Gets Promoted, Who Doesn’t, and Why

Girl's Guide to PM

Books This article contains affiliate links Donald Asher’s book, Who Gets Promoted, Who Doesn’t And Why is sub-titled ’12 things you’d better do if you want to get ahead’. Now in it’s second edition, it’s an easy read with a conversational style.

2020 230

A Bird’s eye view on the agile forest article published on PM World Journal

Henny Portman

The PM World Journal has published the latest version of my Bird’s eye view in the agile forest article. For sure there will updates in the coming months. Some years ago, you could say “ Scrum is agile ” and ask “ is agile Scrum? ” Now we know there is much more flesh on the bones. At this moment there are more than fifty known and less known agile approaches, frameworks or methods available.

SCRUM 46

How Leadership Affects Projects (And How You Can Lead Yours)

Girl's Guide to PM

How To This article contains affiliate links Sarah Coleman is co-author of Project Leadership, a book in its third edition exploring how leadership and project management intertwine. The last edition came out 16 years ago – yes, people were talking about project leadership even then!

2020 304

4 Key Drivers For Team Engagement

Girl's Guide to PM

This article was inspired by a presentation by Ty Kiisel at the Pink Elephant conference in Las Vegas back in 2012. Stakeholders teams This article contains affiliate links

2020 310

10 Career-Limiting Mistakes To Avoid

Girl's Guide to PM

Build a Career This article contains affiliate links I write a lot about how to be better at your job, how to excel at interview , how to improve your skills and so on, and I interview a lot of experts who talk about those kinds of things. Today I want to talk about the opposite: what you should avoid doing at work. I’ve seen project managers and other colleagues crash and burn. It’s not nice to watch, and I hope it doesn’t happen to you.

2020 251

Top 10 Books on Change Management (2020 edition)

Girl's Guide to PM

Books This article contains affiliate links Change management is so important for making sure that the change you deliver is embedded in the organisation. In other words, if you want people to use what you create — or to shift their ways of working to the new standards and processes you implement — then you have to help them through the transition. Here’s my list of top change management books for leaders. See this list (and some extras) on Amazon.

2020 278