Popular Project Management Blog Posts From 29 November to 05 December 2013

The most popular project management blog posts from the last seven days 29 November to 05 December 2013. Over the last week these are the most popular project management blog posts that people have been visiting from projectnewstoday.com

Popular Project Management Blogs 
Evaluating, ranking and deciding – The Analytic Hierarchy Process way

One thing that I keep on doing over and over again is evaluating something in order to reach a decision, so my guess is that it happens to you too. It may be that you opted for buying something instead of building it and so you need to select a […]

Fri, Nov 29, 2013 Ah Ha Moments

Let’s Stop Guessing and Learn How to Estimate

There is a popular – but seriously misinformed – notion that making estimates is the same as guessing. It’s not clear how this notion came about, since I haven’t talked directly with those making statement like that. I’ll have to estimate myself why this might be true. One reason might be they haven’t […]

Fri, Nov 29, 2013 Glen B. Alleman

20 Things to do When the Boss is Wrong

You have an obligation to yourself, your boss, and your organization to speak up when you disagree. One of the best ways to earn respect is advocating for your ideas with integrity, courtesy, and intelligence. Strong organizations have courageous leaders. Weakness gives in too soon. Arrogance hangs on too long. […]

Sat, Nov 30, 2013 Leadership Freak

Obamacare: The Biggest Web Project Failure Ever?

Healthcare.gov has to be a one of the largest over budget projects in the history of website projects. I’m speaking as a project manager and consultant…objectively. Not as a Democrat or Republican or as someone who even cares how Obamacare plays out because I don’t. I’m speaking truly from a […]

Sun, Dec 01, 2013 Brad Egeland

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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