Popular Project Management Blog Posts From 23 – 28 Feb

The most popular project management blog posts from the last seven days 23 to 28 Feb. 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

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Shim Marom

Different organisations have different project status reporting requirements. If you manage a project in an organisation that does not enforce strict reporting template, or lack such standards altogether, here’s one advice I have for you – make your report easy to understand by using the traffic light metaphor to…

27/2/2013

Linky

By Simon Beuhring Have you ever worked on a project which lost sight of its goals? Or worse, worked on a project where the goals were never clearly defined? If so, then join the club of projects which have been a waste of money. Recipe for disaster Too many…

26/2/2013

Mark A. LangleyMark A. Langley, President and CEO of the Project Management Institute, asks “Are you ready?” to become a project leader? Do you have the skills that the executives in your organization are looking for? Do you know what those skills are? Can you connect what you do every day to…

26/2/2013

Mike Clayton

On 7 August 2013, NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) made an astonishing achievenment, landing the Mars rover Curiosity safely onto the planet. That Monday morning (6am UK time) I was glued to NASA TV, and I then wrote … Continue reading →

28/2/2013

Lindsay Scott

It’s finally here – the day we launch the project management benchmark report to the wider project management community. We’re launching it at 6pm to coincide with our launch party in London this event “Future Trends in Project Management” To receive a copy of the full report…

28/2/2013

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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