Carnival

Carnival of Project Management #50

July 23, 2014

Woo hoo! This is our 50th Blog Carnival. It’s the round up of recent, interesting articles from the project management web. Margaret Meloni presents Who ARE these people? posted at A Path to Peace, saying, “A stakeholder is a person or organization who may be positively or negatively impacted by your project. That can be […]

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Carnival of Project Management #49

May 28, 2014

There wasn’t a Carnival in February – things got slightly overtaken with the arrival of Oliver, so here’s the first Carnival of Project Management for 2014. It’s my round up of interesting articles from across the web. Bruce McGraw presents How do you celebrate birthdays? (celebrating team milestones) posted at the Fear No Project Blog, […]

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Carnival of Project Management #48

December 16, 2013

Welcome to the November/December 2013 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. Here are the top posts from this month, in a handy round up for you. Jonathan Feist presents Project Lists: Seeing the Big Picture posted at Actionmint, saying, “A useful tip for dealing with overwhelm from the complexity of your work is to […]

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Carnival of Project Management #46

July 5, 2013

Welcome to the May/June/July 2013 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. Cathlynn Carman presents How to Protect Yourself Against Problem Projects posted at Dice, saying, “Even projects that start strong can begin to unravel as time goes on. Each project team has to figure out how to get along, how to work together and […]

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Carnival of Project Management #45

April 26, 2013

Welcome to the March/April 2013 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. It’s our 45th edition! Ben Aston presents How to run a great project kick-off meeting posted at The Digital Project Manager, saying, “All projects start somewhere. But how you start them can often dictate how the rest of the project or client relationship […]

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Carnival of Project Management #44

February 15, 2013

Welcome to the January/February 2013 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. Here’s the round up of the best articles submitted this time. Pmpad presents Project Manager: leader or manager? posted at The Project Manager Pad, saying, “While the manager’s vocabulary usually includes words such as administering, authority, duties or objectives, the leader talks to […]

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Carnival of Project Management #43

December 5, 2012

Welcome to the November/December 2012 edition of carnival of project management. John Gough presents We Should All Remember Tommy Flowers in 2013 posted at Project Management at iJourneys, saying, “In 1943 Tommy Flowers built the first electronic digital computer to help Bletchley Park break the Lorenz code. After he had built the first machine he […]

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Carnival of Project Management #42

October 3, 2012

Welcome to the September/October 2012 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. Roshan Vani presents Understanding Contingency posted at The Hair on Fire Project Manager – The Hair on Fire Project Manager, saying, “A simple to understand explanation of contingency with a link to a tutorial of a cost contingency Monte Carlo tutorial using @Risk.” […]

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Carnival of Project Management #40

May 28, 2012

Welcome to the May/June 2012 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. The Carnival is a round up of the best project management articles (according to me) over the last two months. Terry Bunio writes When Agile isn’t the best thing for the client posted at PM Hut, saying, “Often times I believe we as […]

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Carnival of Project Management #39

March 28, 2012

Welcome to the March/April 2012 edition of the Carnival of Project Management. The Carnival is a round up of the best project management articles that I have found over the last two months. Michelle Symonds presents Why Throwing Resources at a Project Won’t Save it posted at ProjectSmart, saying, “Can extra resources genuinely rescue a […]

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