Popular Project Management Blog Posts From 01 – 07 June 2013

The most popular project management blog posts from the last seven days 01 to 07 June. 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

Peter Tarhanidis, PMP

Employees who adapt quickly are an organization’s change agents. Project managers have the potential to be great change agents — and in that role, enact change at the project team level. But that requires helping an individual accept change in the first place. To do so, I often start by…

2/6/2013

Harold Kerzner

During the (almost) five decades I have spent in the project management arena, I have collected many best practices that eventually end up in my textbooks. Most of these best practices revolve around continuous improvements to the project management methodology, resulting in updates to the policies, procedures, forms, guidelines…

3/6/2013

Ron Rosenhead

I woke up this morning to an interesting tweet from APM Hong Kong Branch This was in response to me suggesting that stakeholder management should be compulsory. The suggestion by APM Hong Kong cannot be faulted unless… When I read the tweet I immediately thought of a conference I attended…

5/6/2013

Saverio Losito

On May 30Th, I had the honor to give an interview on Mind Mapping for Project Management to Angel Berniz (Executive Director – ProjectManagers.org). I’d like to share the interview content and the video recorded yesterday; enjoy it!

1/6/2013

Andrew Filev

In the previous post, we discussed an essential soft skill for project managers – recognizing and beating productivity killers within your team. We started with ways to deal with unproductive interruptions, which almost 41% people see as the no.1 enemy for their work performance. Now, let’s move on to the…

31/5/2013

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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