Free eBook What Project Management Means To Me #PMFlashblog


Have you ever wanted to know what is it like being a project manager? If so in this post you will be able to download a free multi author eBook about “What project management means to me”


On the 25th September something special happened in the project management blogging community called the #PMFlashblog. The brainchild of Shim Marom over at Quantmleap (a great blog that you really should subscribe to) the #PMFlashblog was where 70 plus project managers from across the globe wrote an article on the same subject and published it at the same time. You can read more about the #PMFlashblog here.

The subject of this #PMFlashblog was “What does project management mean to me” I was honoured and humbled to be asked to participate alongside who I consider are the best project management bloggers.

One of the participants of the #PMFlashblog was Allen Ruddock and he did a great job of compiling all the posts into a free eBook. Click the image below to download your free copy and find out what makes a project manager tick. Do not worry this book is completely free with no need to sign up to anything. So what are you waiting for download this fantastic book.

But just before you do download the book can I urge you to check out a fantastic Free Webinar that Allen is running on 5th December on the Three Biggest Project Management Mistakes

Also as a thank you to Allen for all the great work he is doing if you could spare 5 minutes to complete a survey he is running that will help him out. Survey is about the problem with project management training and can be found here

Project Management Free eBook

Click the image below to download the Free eBook What Does Project Management Mean to Me


In addition if you would like to read my entry you can view it here.

Henny Portman who also took part created a fantastic infographic that plots all those that took part on a world map. You can view the map here.

Click here for a list of those who took part in the #PMFlashblog