AAAS Journal “Science” Reviews The Project Manager’s Partner!

AAAS Journal “Science” Reviews The Project Manager’s Partner!

In case you missed it I hereby alert you to the following blog post: (Spoiler alert –They liked it!)

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New Video Tour & Review: Free Management eBooks Website

New Video Tour & Review: Free Management eBooks Website

Check out this new review at my WORTH SHARING website: Free Management eBooks: A Comprehensive Collection of References and Tools for Managers  (includes a Video Tour!) So why visit my WORTH SHARING website? See: Convergence: Everything Worth Sharing in One Place

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Convergence: Everything Worth Sharing in One Place

Convergence: Everything Worth Sharing in One Place

Starting this month I will be publishing all my new blog posts, articles and other announcements at my WORTH SHARING website . I will continue to create articles and videos that are relevant to the topics you usually find here, including thoughts on Project Management (PM), managing teams, PM training and tools, and much more. To find these at the  WORTH SHARING  website, just click on the “PM Resources” tab (see diagram below). Why the Convergence?  The short answer is this:  To help you find all the stuff I believe to be “WORTH SHARING” in one location, no matter what the topic . ( For a more detailed discussion, click here. ) Subscribe to the News Feed! To make sure you never miss any of my new blog posts, articles, videos or announcements you can subscribe to my WORTH SHARING news feed via you favorite news reader or your Kindle.

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How to Get Your First Job in Project Management (PM)

How to Get Your First Job in Project Management (PM)

I was recently corresponding with Geoff Crane, the creative force behind The Papercut Project Manager website, about how people can get started in Project Management (PM). After some thought-provoking back and forth with him on the topic, I was inspired to create the following article. (Thanks, Geoff!) __________________________ In more than three decades of working with PM newbies in my classes, I’ve heard a lot of great stories about how people became project managers. Based on what I’ve heard, I have two broad suggestions for anyone who would like to get that first job as a project manager: Become a valuable and trusted contributor on project teams. “Act as if” you are in charge of (or at least responsible for) one or more projects. Here’s a closer look each of these. Become a Valuable and Trusted Project Contributor Something every would-be project manager ought to consider:  PM is an activity that is often regarded as “overhead.” That means that the time project managers spend on their PM chores is budgeted under “administrative costs” or a similar heading.

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Balancing Authority & Responsibility: It’s All About Trust! [Video & Team Challenges]

Balancing Authority & Responsibility: It’s All About Trust! [Video & Team Challenges]

Original post: Balancing Authority & Responsibility: It’s All About Trust! [Video & Team...

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