Most Popular Top 25 Project Management Blogs of 2013

We are very lucky in the project management community to have so many great project management blogs. Over the past year many people have found great project management blog posts from

Below is a list of the most popular top 25 project management blogs that have been visited from over the past year.

2013 Top 25 Project Management Blogs

  1. Herding Cats
  2. PMI Blog – Voices on Project Management
  3. QuantmLeap
  4. Arras People – How to Manage a Camel
  5. A Girls Guide To Project Management
  6. Virtual Project Consulting
  7. Zilicus
  8. The Tao of Project Management
  10. Ron Rosenhead
  11. Leadership Freak
  12. Mike Clayton
  13. The Program Manager
  14. Brad Egeland
  15. Musings on Project Management
  16. Leadership Thoughts
  17. Gina Abudi
  18. Sensible Project Manager
  19. Better Projects
  20. Software Project Management
  21. Ahha Moments
  22. Guerilla Project Management
  23. Lazy Project Manager
  24. Henny Portman
  25. EarthPM

I highly recommend that you check these sites out and subscribe to their updates.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

  • Samad Aidane

    Thank you so much Barry for the honor of being included in this prestigious list. Thank you again.

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  • Peter Taylor

    Looks like The Lazy Project Manager is in some great company!

    • As it should be; you write some great stuff, I have just finished reading the Project Manager Who Smiled which was really enjoyable and is the funniest project management book I have ever read.

  • Mounir Ajam

    Good list and i like many of these blogs but i do not understand it – since it is a listing with no basis of
    selection. It would be good on what basis were these selected

    – number of visitors

    – preference of the selector

    – other criteria

    • Thank you for your comment and I agree with hindsight I should have added the selection criteria. The blogs are listed based on how many people have come to the Bloggers page of read a snippet and then clicked (go to the bloggers original site) to read the rest of the blog post. The list is therefore based on the amount of traffic projectnewstoday sends to each of the bloggers.

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  • Dan Strayer

    Great compilation. Would love to have The P3M Blog on there with you guys – heady company, indeed.

    • Dan I will add The P3M Blog to the project management bloggers page. It is from this page that you can get on the list based on the number of visitors from to your blog.

  • Saverio Losito, PMP

    Thank you Barry! I’m really exciting to see my blog (The Program Manager) on the list. It’s in great company and I love most of the blogs listed.

    • Saverio certainly you are in great company and so you should be you write good articles on project management

  • Aidric Brown

    This list of popular project management blogs will prove to be quite useful for the first time and experienced project managers as well as those wanting to know more about how projects are professionally managed.

  • Great post and some really good blogs there with great content! I recommended my website where we offers
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  • Hi Barry. Great list of PM blogs you put together. Would love it if I could get our blog ” Duration Driven” added.

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  • PM-by-PM

    Hi Barry, Internet is full of “Top” lists. Project Management was missing. It is good that you are compiling such a list. It will help not not project mangement bloggers but also practioners. However, it would be more appropriate if you can add criteria for creating such a list. Since we are talking about popularity, I quickly checked all the blogs in your list. I looked at 3 things:
    1. Frequency of posting articles
    2. Number of articles
    3. Alexa rank

    For some of the blogs it was pretty abysmal.

    All the best.

  • Thanks for including Leadership Thoughts in your list. It’s greatly appreciated.

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  • I would add’s blog, they have a lot of content:

  • Inbal Avida

    Thank you. Great article.

  • Thanks for sharing this information. I am writing blog at my organisation. Probably that this would help a lot.

  • Tom

    My favorite Project Management software is by far . I love the UI and it has all the features I need.

  • Great list. Did you have one for 2016? If so, I wasn’t able to find it.

    • Barry Hodge

      Glad you found it useful. I did a 2016 one and you can find it here

  • Interesting list but missing my favourite one i.e. Synquis ( I will suggest you to take a look at this project management blog and include it in your list.

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