Project Management – Useful Links

We learn a lot from the Internet these days and rely on up-to-date information.  Personally, I’ve learned a lot from my fellow bloggers and other websites on Project Management to stay ahead of the curve. 

There are many other on-line resources but  I would like to share following list of blogs/websites that I frequently visit and would like to thank for their time and energy for sharing knowledge and doing the great service to on-line community.  Thank you and keep up the good job!

  1. http://www.betterprojects.net
  2. http://www.pmhut.com
  3.  http://www.thepmpodcast.com  
  4. http://herdingcats.typepad.com
  5. http://www.ravensbrain.com
  6. http://pmcrunch.com
  7. http://www.allpm.com
  8. http://www.amakar.com
  9.  http://leadinganswers.typepad.com

I hope you will also bookmark these sites and learn about the profession. 

Thanks for visiting and have a great day!



Categories: Blogroll, I.T., Management, manager, PM, PMP, Project, Project Manager

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3 replies

  1. Hi Kulveer. I don’t know if you were aware, but the folks at Tenrox Project Management Software are actively growing a glossary of project management terms and concepts which is already quite extensive. It can be freely accessed at glossary.tenrox.com.

  2. Thank you for including me on your list.

  3. Also check out our blog which is a collection of anecdotes related to managing project and clients in our nine year history as a web design and development agency. There are some good lessons in there:
    http://www.myintervals.com/blog/

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