Popular Project Management Blog Posts From 20 to 26 April 2013

The most popular project management blog posts from the last seven days 20 to 26 April. Over the last week these are the most popular project management blog posts that people have been visiting from projectnewstoday.com

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Vivek Prakash, PMP

If you’ve ever been in a corporate training session, chances are you’ve noticed fellow project managers coming in late, or not at all. The excuse is often, “There is so much pressure on the project that it’s very difficult to make time for training.” In my experience, project managers…

19/4/2013

Dhan

The first question one would ask me, ‘Project management different from what?’ The answer: project management is different from other management activities – like managing some routine things, managing class/ managing training or managing engineering workshop floor. Because every project is different No one can refute this fact. All-encompassing…

23/4/2013

Ron Rosenhead

A true story! Only the name has been changed. Day 1 0930: No JT today? Reply: I’ve not seen him today. (In a raised voice) anyone seen John? No reply 1030: Please ring JT and see if he is joining us 1045: There’s no reply from his phone. It went…

23/4/2013

Pawel Brodzinski

I never fancied the standard standup schema. I mean I see value in sharing what the team did yesterday what the team is going to do today and what are the problems the team has. Except these questions aren’t answered on a typical standup. The first problem is that…

20/4/2013

Mike Clayton

I have been reading an old blog about “Epistemic, Ontological and Aleatory Risk” on Mathhew Squair’s blog, Critical Uncertainties. I doubt I am alone in having to think hard to get my head around the definitions. So, to help myself, I … Continue reading →

24/4/2013

These are great project management blogs that are worth reading. What other good project management blogs did you read over the past 7 days?

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