33 Selected Blogs about Innovation, Project Management and 2.0: Vote for the Best!

Andrew Filev , Monday, December 14, 2009
What project management blogs do you read? I’ve assembled a list of blogs that give me substantial food for thought when I write on innovations in project management. The list also includes blogs that serve as great sources of information about Enterprise 2.0, new management methodologies, leadership, motivation, as well as useful project management tips you can use in your day-to-day job. I hope these resources will help you take a look at your management practices from another point of view or perhaps even  push you to radical changes in the ways you manage your projects and teams. I wrote a short summary for every blog, so that it would be more convenient for you. Enjoy!

I deliberately listed these blogs in alphabetical order, giving no preferences. I did it because I want you to decide which blogs will make it to TOP 10 Blogs for Project Manager 2.0. I’m a believer in collective intelligence, and I think that ratings like this should be made collaboratively. So I want you to let me know which of the blogs on this list you like best and why. Just leave a comment to this post.

You don’t see a blog that makes worthwhile Project Management 2.0 reading? Tell me what blogs on project management, Enterprise 2.0, leadership and team-building you read. Go ahead and post the link to your favorite blog related to these topics in the comments. I also ask you not to post links to irrelevant blogs, e.g. blogs marketing a particular project management product or training program.

1.   A Girl’s Guide to Project Management – the name of this blog can be misleading, as it will be interesting even to those who don’t fall into the “4girls” category. Elizabeth Harrin blogs about everything connected with project management: events, books, tools, real-life war stories, you name it.

2.   Agile Software Development Made Easy! – a site where you can find the answers to all your questions about agile management, agile software development, agile planning and agile-related methodologies, such as  Scrum, eXtreme Programming and Lean.

3.   Andrew McAfee’s Blog: the creator of the term Enterprise 2.0 blogs on his recent research in this sphere and analyses how Enterprise 2.0 is changing the way organizations work today.

4.   Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad is a useful source of ideas, analysis and examples for those who are interested in the HR aspect of Enterprise 2.0 and social technologies.

5.   Better Projects: Craig Brown blogs about project management in real life, requirements management, leadership, etc. You’ll find numerous tips that will help you in puzzling moments.

6.   CloudAve – a group of bloggers, lead by Zoli Erdos and Ben Kepes “live and breathe cloud computing.” They cover the latest news in this industry and publish analytical posts about SaaS, enterprise software, project management and related topics.

7.   Collaboration 2.0 – an influential, seasoned Enterprise 2.0 consultant, Oliver Marks, writes about collaboration in the enterprise, its development, its necessity, its road blocks, its examples and tools that can be used to foster collective work in an organization.

8.   Daniel H. Pink (personal blog): Dan is a great thinker who has interesting ideas on motivation and management in the new creative economy.

9.    Dave Garrett’s Project Management 2.0 – a blog where the author covers different real-life project management situations, helping his readers to overcome difficulties they may have in running their projects.

10.   Enterprise Web 2.0: Dion Hinchcliffe, an influential Enterprise 2.0 thinker, analyses the latest trends in this industry and gives his unique point of view on how Web 2.0 social technologies are reshaping the business world.

11.   Eric Brown’s Technology, Strategy, People & Projects – a wonderful collection of the author’s ideas and tips on topics from project management to business models and business strategy. Many of you will probably find Eric’s “New CIO” series very useful.

12.   Gary Hamel’s Management 2.0, written by an outstanding management innovator, is a perfect place to find thoughts on how the development of the technologies transform the traditional management discipline. 

13.   Gil Yehuda's Enterprise 2.0 Blog – here you’ll find practical advice on how you can upgrade your organization’s collaboration and management practices with Enterprise 2.0 tools and behaviors.

14.   ITSinsider: Susan Scrupski is a well-known Enterprise 2.0 expert and has a very interesting blog where she publishes her thoughts on the latest trends  in this sphere.

15.   Leading Agile touches important topics connected with agile management in the enterprise: methods, adoption, culture, etc. 

16.   Leading Answers – what I like about this blog is that its author, Mike Griffins, an expert in both agile and traditional project management, writes in plain English and gives you practical knowledge on leadership, team-building and other important soft skills that you’ll be able to apply to your projects right away.

17.   /message -- Stowe Boyd, a well-known social tools advocate and visionary, analyses the phenomenon he calls “social Web revolution.” If you’re interested in social tech and how it can be applied to business, this is the place for you to go.

18.   Moving Beyond Management reflects the recent activity of the PMI agile and leadership communities. This blog gives you an idea of what’s hot in agile project management today.

19.   NOOP.NL – a blog dedicated to managing software development; however, you can also find articles on general project management topics like motivation, leadership, discipline, etc.

20.   PMPodcast, authored by a PMP with 18 years of project management experience, this podcast offers some very interesting interviews that give you an understanding of how projects are managed in today’s organizations.

21.   PM Student – if you are a project management newbie, this blog should be your first destination for getting-started tips.

22.   Portals and KM, written by Bill Ives, is a place where you’ll find analyses of the recent Enterprise 2.0 field news, Enterprise 2.0 case studies and thoughts on social media’s practical application to business.

23.   Pretzel Logic covers social software and contains lots of helpful information on developing an Enterprise 2.0 strategy.

24.   Project Shrink – the author of the blog, Bas de Baar, is a “Project Leadership/Social Media guy” and writes about motivation, communication and the transformation of the project manager’s role in the present business environment.

25.   Raven’s Brain – a spot where you’ll find numerous tips on project and program management, personal productivity, professional development and soft skills that you’ll need to build a successful project management career.

26.   Scobleizer  is a hot spot where tech enthusiast and video podcast evangelist Robert Scoble expresses his views on the newest online technologies, gadgets, social media sites, etc., and keeps you up-to-date with the latest trends in this sphere.

27.   Scott Berkun’s blog is a place where you’ll find lots of thought-provoking posts on managing innovation that instantly grab your attention and make easy reading, thanks to the inimitable style of the author.

28.   Scott Gavin, the creator of the famous “meet Charlie” presentation, blogs about how Enterprise 2.0 tools empower innovation and collaboration in the business environment.

29.   Software Project Management is mainly a blog about the software development lifecycle, and the author, Pawel Brodzinski, also writes thoughtful pieces on agility, project management, team-building and other things that will be interesting to a Project Manager 2.0.

30.   TED is not actually a regular blog, but rather a site devoted to “Ideas Worth Spreading,” and it is an unparalleled collection of talks and presentations given by the world’s most innovative minds from different areas.

31.   The FASTForward Blog – an in-depth collective analysis of the current Enterprise 2.0 potential and opportunities, as well as obstacles that sometimes prevent this movement from gaining immediate popularity among business people.

32.   Voices on Project Management – written by a number of highly professional project managers from different regions and industries, this blog is a perfect place to find helpful tips on things like sustainability, talent management, ROI, programs and portfolios, and all points in between.

33.   Zen, Project Management, and Life, written by Bob Tarne, who’s great at introducing new ideas that can be incorporated into your project management practices.

Now, go ahead and start voting!

Comments (235)

  • Daniel Bryson, Monday, 14 December, 2009
    I'm voting for
    - McAfee's blog,
    - Dan Pink
    - Scobleizer
    - ProjectShrink
    Here's a blog I think you may want to add: http://www.instigatorblog.com/. Not sure if it fits your criteria though...
  • Pawel Brodzinski, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    My favorite is Scott Berkun.

    Although Scott evolves with topics he covers as he works on his books he keeps being relevant and I love his style of writing.

    On a side note: looks like Raven Young is no longer active (for half a year now) which is a bad news.
  • Sam Pascale, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    Yes, Raven is not active, but it's no reason to exclude her blog from the list, right?
    My personal faves are TED, PM Student and Better Projects. There're blogs on the list that I've not heard before. Thanks for the links!
  • Dave Clark, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    I'm voting for Software Project Management. I really love what Pawel is doing. NOOP.NL is my second favorite.
  • Michelle, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    1. A Girl’s Guide to Project Management
    2. Software Project Management
    3. ProjectShrink
    what about pm411.org?
  • Jack Allen, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    Scott Gavin, Pretzel Logic , Enterprise Web 2.0, definitely Gary Hamel's and Andrew McAfee's blogs.
  • Phil Simon, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    Great list. I read about one-third of these. I can only hope to make the list next year.
  • Ilan, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    I am voting for Gil Yehuda's blog, amazing original and fresh content
  • Wibisono Sastrodiwiryo, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    my favorite: @amcafee @dhinchcliffe and @gyehuda
    one more thing it should be jerimiah owyang's blog on the list
    http://www.web-strategist.com/
  • Timo, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    + 1 for web strategist
    I also like Collaboration 2.0, CloudAve and McAfee’s Blog
  • Ken Roberts, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    I enjoy Portals and KM by Bill Ives, ITSinsider by Susan Scrupski, Enterprise Web 2.0 by Dion Hinchcliffe and Collaboration 2.0 by Oliver Marks. These people have a good understanding of Enterprise 2.0 nature and trends.
  • Sandra, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    Dan Pink is the best
  • Paul Dean, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    Excellent collection! Thanks for pointing to all the pm blogs!
  • Mark Fetherlin, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    Suggestion: I’m Not Actually a Geek http://bhc3.wordpress.com/
    interesting point of view on Enterprise 2.0
  • Eric D Brown, Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
    (posted@cloudave) Wow - thanks for including my blog on this list.

    There's some great stuff here...some i've not run across before.
  • MeL, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    My favorite is Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad.
  • Luis Alberola, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    I'll vote pour FastForward, for Ted and for Bertrand Duperrin. And I will surely go see those I do not know !
    thanks for the idea and the links !
  • Myriam, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Nice collection, thanks!

    Voting for :
    ITSinsider: Susan Scrupski
    Scobleizer
    & Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad . Even though he's french :-)
  • Eric Ingargiola, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    I'm voting for @bduperrin Sacré français!
  • flapinta, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    my favorite is : bertrand duperrin's notepad
  • O_Berard, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad is my favorite.
    My second choice is Portals and KM.
  • henry, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Gary Hamel’s Management 2.0 is a very thought provoking blog and is one of my personal faves.
  • Gil Yehuda, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Wow -- Thanks for including me on this list of fantastic blogs. I'm really honored -- as many of these are the ones that are my favorites too. Since I'm listed I'll refrain from voting -- but yes, you have collected a great list of people who are great thinkers and publish very worthy blogs. I'll note that some of these blogs are not as active as they once were -- so maybe this list will give a little kick in the pants to those bloggers and will remind them how much we love to read their ideas. I am also grateful to those of you who include me in your vote. It's very rewarding to learn when someone reads your blog and finds it valuable.
  • Marc de Fouchecour, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad is my favorite (and not [only because it's a french blog)
    My second choice is TED, very inspiring.
    And Stowe Boyd, who stimulates my mind
  • Stuart Miniman, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Some great ones on the list - I'll vote for:
    Andrew McAfee
    Gary Hamel
    Gil Yehuda
    TED
    The Fast Forward Blog

    I would also write in Hutch Carpenter's http://bhc3.wordpress.com and Jeremiah Owyang's http://www.web-strategist.com/
  • Richard Collin, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Good list ! Hard to choose I'll vote for
    Bertrand Duperrin
    AndrewMcAfee
    Dion Hincliffe
    and TED
  • Philippe Pinault, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    @bduperrin!
  • Katie, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    I'm voting for Voices on Project Management - excellent blog!
  • Steven Levy, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Great list. Sign me us as a fervent supporter of Scott Berkun and Pawel Brodzinski.
  • Prakash, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    Hi Andrew,
    I've read most of the blogs mentioned but none of these come close to eight2late- http://eight2late.wordpress.com/

    Kailash writes brilliant posts backed by proofs and plenty of research. Those his posts are verbose, I think he is the best because he doesn't merely writes theories but comes up with case studies too. Please add eight2late in your list
  • Ashley Richardson, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    #32 all the way as one of my top must-check sites per day!
  • Jack Dahlgren, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    I should get a few more recent posts up so I can make the list next time http://zo-d.com/blog
  • Josh Nankivel, Wednesday, 16 December, 2009
    It's really tough to choose the best one, but I'm going to go with The PM Podcast because the interviews are really great and I'm a long time fan of the show. Cornelius does a great job with it and I recommend it to everyone!
  • Greg Meys, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Student is my favourite, Josh is always helpful and has plenty of good info, link's and podcast's tec.
  • Prasannaa, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for

    PM Podcast
    PM Student
  • Ephraim Daka, Jr, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    An interesting list, will vote for

    1. PM podcast
    2. PM Student

    3. Agile Software Development Made Easy

    1 and 2 are my lovables ones
  • Ümit ÖNAL, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for PMStudent, Voices on Project Management and TED
  • Joseph Q. Penor, PMI-SP,CAPM, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Student

    Through PM Student, Jossh is providing a lot of beneficial informations and resources concerning project management, which broadens my knowledge and helping me to grow in this field which I really appreciated very much. More power to PM Student and to you Jossh, may you help more practioners to succeed in this field. Good luck...
  • Lindsay Scott, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I enjoy PM4Girls and PM Student

    For a career perspective in project management: How to Manage a Camel - http://projectcentric.co.uk/how_to_manage_a_camel/
  • Ommara, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    As someone with a few years experience in project management and having done some high profile roles -the websites below have acted as mentors on my journey:

    Pm Student, PMhut, thelazyprojectmanager and the linked in community.
  • anne, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM student has been very resourceful and definitely gets my vote
  • Rahool Moray, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    this is a great place for anyone who is either new or a seasoned PM. Extremely resourceful and easy to understand has been my personal experience in these last few days.
    I vote for PM Student.
    Keep up the good work, Josh. All the best.
  • Gabriel Sturla, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My vote goes to pmstudent.com.
    Josh really covers PM issues very clearly and the most important is that he cares about what his followers need or want to learn about.
  • Adam, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The pmpodcast is a great resource as it covers a broad range of areas.

    The pmstudent is also great as it is down to earth and easy to comprehend.
  • Mario, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for PMSTUDENT
    A great place to learn more and chance knowledge
    Congratulations
  • Mitch, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Podcast - my favorite!
  • Carlos, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for THEPMPODCAST as I geat to here what is happening in our project world

    Great work Cornelius keep it up.


    Carlos
  • Christoph Curtius, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the

    >>> PMPodcast !

    It is a great opportunity to fresh up your knowledge and gain free PDUs!
  • Sophie Ao, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I'll definitely vote for PM podcast, abundant useful information and inspiring interview that just blow my mind :-)
  • Pat, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast. Cornelius has done a great job with his site; a very good PM resource
  • Mary Stadter, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Podcast has been a long time favorite of mine, it's an excellent guide to all things PM.
  • Thierry, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for pmstudent. Josh has a lot of energy and bring always interesting PM subject s to his site. A very good resource for all PMs
  • Frank Turley, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The PM Podcast and PM Student are my favourite
    These are great
  • Frank Turley, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The PM Podcast and PM Student are my favourite
    These are great
  • Abrar Bin Yousuf, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast. Cornelius has done a great job with his site; a very good PM resource
  • Matteo Cima, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My favourite is the wonderful PMPodcast!
  • Himanshu, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    No Doubt - The PM Podcast - The best of best
  • Gabino, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for:

    1. TED

    2. The PM Podcast

    3. A Girl’s Guide to Project Management
  • Damien, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I definitely vote for Cornelius - PMPodcast!
  • Alex Pustovoitovsky, PMP, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast. Cornelius has done a great job with his site; a very good PM resource, it brings up many interesting topics
  • Egbert, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast
  • Jan DeWinnaar, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast by far
  • Vicky, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I really like Cornelius' PMPodcast. I love listening to it while out running.
  • Kumaraswamy Kedalagudde, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for
    The PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner
  • Gustavo Rimolo, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast, definitely.
  • Trudy Penton, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast gets my vote.
  • Ananya, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Podcast....My best source so far...

    Ananya
  • Emir Gocen, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for The PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner.
  • Anthony Prasad, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My vote is to PMPodcast. It is an wonderful website with lot of information
  • Ray O'Connor, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Student. I do enjoy the PM Podcast.
  • Peter Myakoshin, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The PM Podcast
  • Patrick Richard, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Cornelius Fichtner's "The Project Management Podcast".

    Let me add a write in vote for Phil McKinney's "Killer Innovations Podcast".

    I've listened to EVERY single podcasts from these two gentlemen and they are the best.
  • Danielle Kellogg, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I don't know many of these blogs but have been enjoying PMStudent.com and PMPodcast. Very insightful and helpful!
  • John Zenkewich, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    thanks for the great list!

    I vote for PM Podcast. It helped me alot when I was first getting into PM and it continues to give.
  • Badri N Srinivasan, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Cornelius Fichtner's writings - The PM Podcast.
    It is a refreshingly different perspective on project management and he keeps it very lively.....

    (Happy Birthday - Cornelius...!! -- Have a Great Day...)
  • chris reifsteck, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I thoroughly enjoy PMStudent.com. I really feel like Josh is talking directly to me. It is very informative.
  • Anu, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I've found the PM Pdocast to be exceptionally informative, well produced, and interesting.
  • wsgabra, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast
  • Ming Wong, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner. It is helped me when I was first starting in Project Management and it continues to do so now. Highly recommended for any PM!
  • Rob Rowan, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The PM Podcast is an excellent PM resource and has my vote. It’s a rock in an ever changing world. Cornelius is a true professional and consistently produces a top quality product.
  • Fred, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My first vote goes to the PM Podcast for being so great and infomative and really about project management.
    As a general informative source I also would like to vote for TED. Very interesting and innovative.
  • Jeffrey Kass, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My vote goes to The PM Podcast. Great source of current information on project management.
  • Bob Walter, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast. It is an excellent resource.
  • Adriano Carvalho, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My voto goes to PM Podcast. I also like Voices on Project Management.
  • Teresa Cannon-Smith, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Podcast is great! Great way to earn PDUs too.
  • Amira Nabil, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast
  • Glenn Rogers, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast by is excellent...and gets my vote.
  • M. Reimann, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodCast was a very good help for my certification an for my PDUs. Excellent. My vote for you.
  • Bernd Toepfer, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My vote goes to the PMPodcast. It was a very useful ressource for my certification for the PMP is still an interessting podcast for me.
    Thanks to Cornelius!
  • W.O. Brisco, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Student ...

    Josh is an amazing guy with a fiery passion for all things PM. Down to earth advice ... great teaching tools ... personal attention. A real class act!
  • PLibrojo, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for:
    1) The PM Podcast
    2) TED

    Happy Birthday, Cornelius!
  • julius, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I Vote for PMStudent. I Like the spirit of hard word and encouragement examplified by PMstudent. I personaly pin project management success through PMStudent.

    I would to encourage all the PM prospective students to take PM aspirations to PMStudent for the achievement / realistion of their dreams in project management.

    Thank you

    PMSstudent.
  • Horace HC Poon, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Sharing is the keyword for PM Podcast.
    I put it in my ipodtouch and listened to it
    in my way to work. It is really nice to have
    a english voice with me because all personnel
    in the construction site speak Chinese.
  • Artan Samara, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Thanks a lot for that great list of blogs.
    I was recently studying for my certificate in PMP, and in that journey, here are two blogs I found very helpful.

    1) PM Student blog a great one to start. Thanks Josh.
    2) PM Podcast a very good one to carry on studying. Thanks Cornelius
  • Max Walker, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Student (pmstudent.com). Through his blog site, Josh provides helpful information and references. He also reaches out from his blog and provides targeted help to new PMs and fellow bloggers alike.
  • Margaret Meloni, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    WOW You have some really excellent choices, I am a huge fan of :

    THE PMPODCAST as my favorite followed by PM Student and of course TED!

    Thank you and thanks to everyone on the list for their compelling work.
  • Ricardo Brandao, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My vote goes for the PM Podcast.

    I've been listening to it for the last year or so and it brings very good insights from real people in real life contexts.

    Thanks Cornelius for putting it together!
  • Uche, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Definitely I will vote for PM student.com.
    It is so insightful and very educatative
  • Manoj Ghangas, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I did not hear about many of them but i have followed PM Podcast and it is excellent. I recommend it to everyone!
  • crs, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast
  • Manabendra Paul, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast.

    Thanks Cornelius for enabling people to learn Project Management on the move.
  • Tony Li, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    vote for the PM Podcast.
  • Manuel, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The PM Podcast gets my vote.
  • Fernando Ferreira, PMP, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Hi, Andrew ! You have a very good list here and it´s hard to choose only one. Anyway, my vote goes to PM Podcast.
  • Nasim Chowdhri, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I am voting for PM podcast by Cornelius Fichtner
  • Bill Walton, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I am voting for PM podcast by Cornelius Fichtner.
  • Leif Kirschenbaum, Ph.D.,PMP, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Suggest PM Podcast as a notable and should be included on the vote roster.
  • Gustavo Macias, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The PMPodcast with Cornelius Fichtner ... Has my vote!

    I highly attribute my certification success to all the study materials prepared & provided by the PMPodcast staff.

    I studied & listened to Cornelius' voice so much during my studies that his voice almost out-did my own 'little voice in my head'!! ;)
  • Eric Guether, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast gets my vote!

    It;s topics are highly relevant.
    It's free.
    And for his 100th episode, he got a famous music producer, Alan Parsons of the Alan Parsons Project, to provide insightful lessons for project managers!
  • Prakash Chavali, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast gets my vote.

    There is always something new to learn and the topics are varied and real world....keep up the good work.
  • Mark Baldino, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My favorite is the PM Podcast!
  • Kameswaran Chandrasekaran, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My vote goes to Cornelius Fichtner (PMPodcast)
  • Pavan Kumar Pothuraju, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    My vote goes to PM Podcast!
  • Martin Aitken, Friday 18th December 2009, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Podcast (Cornelius)
  • Mario, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM podcast
  • elango, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    The PM Podcast
  • Valerio Falcao, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast
  • Rosemary, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Happy Birthday. My vote is for PMPodcast!
  • Ruhollah Ashrafian, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Actually I vote for Cornelius Fichtner because of his great PMpodcast, His great efforts aim all the PM practioners all over the world. The best value of his site is that he provides valuable podcasts for free.

    Dear Cornelius I appreciate your great efforts. I learned many things from your podcasts.
  • Anthony Warrix, PMP, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I am voting for the PM Podcast. Cornelius has done a great job presenting timely topics with very informative guests.
  • Sanny Santillana, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Cornelius Fichtner's PMPodcast. Collaborative information provides the free flowing of ideas.
  • Jonathan Shinn, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I am voting for the PMPodcast as being the most innovative and allround source of Project Management on the web!
  • Russ, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast everytime, keep it up Cornelius
  • Veronique, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I am voting for the PM Podcast.
  • Rene Plattner - from Austria, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    For me the answer is 100% PM PODCAST from Cornelius Fichtner the Godfather of Project Managment!

    He is the best!

    Thanks, René!
  • Sarah, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Voices on Project Management!
  • Blythe Huguley, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for voices on project management!
  • Corinne Seely, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I am voting for Voices on Project Management.

    Thanks,
    Corinne
  • Greg, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    A wonderful collection of sites, all very useful for picking up on the latest in PM matters.

    In order of preference:

    1. Cornelius Fichtner's PMPodcast;
    2. Josh Nankivel's pmStudent.com;
    3. Bas de Baar's Project Shrink site;
    4. Elizabet Harrin's Girl’s Guide to Project Management;
    5. Daniel H. Pink's personal blog.

    Other places I find useful for maximizing your PDU-earning opportunities:

    1. PMI's IT&Telecom SIG
    2. International Institute of Learning (IIL)
    3. http://www.squidoo.com/pmp-how-to-get-my-60-pdus
    4. www.procept.com
    5. gantthead.com
  • Dharmesh, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast by Cornelius Fichtner
  • Don Brown, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Definitely voting for Cornelius Fichtner and PM Podcast. Exception value, timely topics, and excellent content!

    Now if Corenlius could only Americanize his accent!!
  • Oleg, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Cornelius Fichtner's thePMPodcast.
    I am listening it more than 2 years.

    Nice to have you with us... Until next time :-)
  • Darren Murray, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMPodcast.

    Thanks Cornelius...!
  • Linda, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    pmStudent is great. Thanks Josh
  • Shuba, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Cornelius Fichtner's thePMPodcast
  • Ryan Mitchell, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    #32...without a doubt.
  • Pamela Sutton Legaud, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    the PM Podcast is the best. It turned me on to project management and is turning me into a Project Manager!

    Go Cornelius!

    Pamela
  • Alan, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    It has to be Cornelius Fichtner's PM Podcast. It's always great to listen to.

    Al
  • Amanda Symonds, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Cornelius Fichtner's PMPodcast!

    Amanda
  • Myeongsoo Seon, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Cornelius's PMPodcast
  • Travis, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Audio content, I vote for the PMPodcast
    All other content, I vote for the pmStudent

    Cornelius and Josh do a great job of broadcasting project management topics out to the masses.

    Thanks for doing what you do and keep up the great work!
  • Veronique, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Americanize his accent!! No no no, please be what you are with what you have. What about asking him to chance his skin color? Hummmm, hummmm.......
    Keep it like it is....Love it
    Happy Holidays to all
  • Danilo Tambone, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Definetly The PMPodcast!
    Cornelius has got in his DNA an original and innovative way to approach Project Management. My love for PM has started by listening to him, and lots of my PM know-how depend on him!
    His podcasts are never boring, and are always fascinating and understandable, also for non-English-mothertongue like me.

    Keep on with the great work Cornelius!

    Danilo from Italy
  • Deb Kitchener, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    TED
    Daniel Pink
    Zen Project Management & Life
  • ILango, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for:

    PMPodcast

    PMPodcast, THE great. I could say, best material to prepare for PMP certification.
  • JimW, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I cast my vote for the PMPodcast!

    A great way to keep up with what's going on in the PM Community and best practices!
  • Jett Alvin Sagabaen, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I cast my vote for the PM Podcast!

    Keep up the good work Mr. Fichtner.

    Happy Birthday!
  • Kenn Oliver Hicban, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Mr. Fichtner,

    I really like your PM Podcast.

    I read a lot of your article about PM Podcast.

    And Happy Birthday.!

    Thanks.. Keep it up.
  • Kenn Oliver Hicban, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Mr. Fichtner,

    I really like your PM Podcast.

    I read a lot of your article about PM Podcast.

    And Happy Birthday.!

    Thanks.. Keep it up.
  • Rey Athony Esllera, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote: PM Podcast

    keep up the good work in your PM podcast Mr. Fichtner.
  • george soumakis, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Podcast is a great podcast. Continue the good work Cornelius
  • Eric D. Brown, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Although I left a note earlier, I'll throw in a few votes here:

    Plenty of votes for PM Podcast & PM Student - both exellent although I prefer PM Student (not a big podcast fan in general).

    A few more to vote for:

    Project Shrink by Bas de Baar
    Better Projects by Craig Brown
  • Janet Balenson, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Can't hide that PM Podcast pride....

    you've got my VOTE!!

    happy birthday!
  • Sharon VanderKaay, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Dan Pink is my fav
  • Pamela J. Loree-Garcia, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PM Podcast with Cornelius Fichtner is my favorite.

    Keep up the good work Cornelius and Happy Birthday.
  • Arnold, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    PMI Podcast - you got my vote!!!
  • Richard Cheng, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Very nice. I vote 18. Moving Beyond Management!

    I know of one more agile blog that could be on the list, OneMoreAgileBlog.com. The author is a very sexy and humble man.
  • harinee, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Happy Birthday Cornelius! Love thepmpodcast, My vote for you
  • Austin Oyetimehin, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    Thanks for always being there! I love the podcast.

    Happy Birthday.

    You have my Vote.
  • Markku, Thursday, 17 December, 2009
    I vote for Dan Pink!
  • Simon Lee, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Andrew, great list! It's a very useful collection!
    My votes are for ITInsider, Dan Pink and McAfee
  • Ramalingam Chandrasekar, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    My vote goes to PM Podcast. Cornelius is really doing a very good job of providing valuable inputs through his Podcast. Keep it up Cornelius !!!
  • Ken Barkson, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for Better Projects by Craig Brown and for ProjectShrink
  • SMA Frankline, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast
  • Robert, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    My vote goes for the PM Podcast, for it's excellent content and for it's podcast format.
  • Kumara Badhuge, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast
  • Marc Verbiest, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    My favorite is PM Podcast with Cornelius Fichtner.

    Happy Birthday to Cornelius, you are doing a great job!
  • Kevin, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    ITinsider & Gil Yehuda's Enterprise 2.0 Blog
  • Mahesh, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    My vote is for :

    PM podcast
  • Sai N Srinivasan, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    PM Podcast is the best. I vote for it.
  • Rene Heck, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for PMstudent and PMpodcast!!!!!
    PM Student has always very creative and interesting topics besides the contents is really helpful for the day by day project management activities.
    The same for PMpodcast. It is just in audio.
  • Denise, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    pmStudent.com all the way!
  • Diego Nei, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    My votes go for:

    A Girl’s Guide to Project Management
    Dave Garrett’s Project Management 2.0
    The PM Podcas
    PM Student
    The Project Shrink

    With their help, I've been able to learn a great deal of stuff that I'd probably need a couple of years to find out.
  • Bill @mindfieldusa, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad
    Portals and KM
    Project Shrink
    Gary Hammel
  • Darshan, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Of course, PMPodcast is the best...
  • Rebecca Rolfes, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Voice on Project Management because of the diversity of opinion and, well, voices.
  • Wendy, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I like -- PMPodcast -- all the articles & casts are good.

    Also a fan of Girls Guide -- different look, different ideas.
  • Andrew Filev, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Thank you for your votes. I will update the post with your suggestions soon. The voting is still going, so if you haven't voted yet, please, do so.
  • Deni Kasrel, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Nice list, thanks for compiling (have some new feeds in RSS reader now ;) As for voting, here's five more...
    Girl's Guide to Project Management
    Collaboration 2.0
    Daniel Pink
    Portals and KM
    TED
  • Katie O'Connell, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for Bill Ives, he always has great content!
  • Sara Crow, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    The FASTForward Blog!
  • Angel Berniz, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    My vote is to PMPodcast. It is an wonderful website and with the added value on innovation with its great podcast. I enjoy it very much.
  • Luqman, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    It's the PMPODCAST by CF .
  • Abiodun M. Tijani, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    My vote goes to PM Student, like you have rightly described PM student, Pm Student blogs is very helpful to any newbie looking for a mentor that will deliver live experience and vital information on project Management to you box, josh will guide you through to your PMP exams success. i wish all newbie will be so lucky enough to stunble on PM student blogs.
  • Ben Knight, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Dan Pink.
  • Lliy Sieu, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Hi! I vote for the PM Podcast!
    Lil
  • Seema Fewell, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for Moving Beyond Management...mostly because I'm married to the author ;)
  • Tariq Shaikh, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast!
  • gopal, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    Hi,
    I vote for the PM Podcast
    and PM Student

    but its a very useful list for beginners like me and i really not
    aware of all these options.
    thanks alot
  • Elias, Friday, 18 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM podcast
  • Farzad, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    I vote for PM podcast and wbs
  • Istvan Fay, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    I vote for PMpodcast
  • Alain, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    I am voting for PMPODCAST !
  • Rich Maltzman, PMP, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    Huh? Nothing on ScopeCrepe? I am verklempt! fahrklempt! However you spell it... I am distressed...

    Check out http://scopecrepe.blogspot.com/ for a breath of fresh ... air.
  • fekiri, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    I vote for PM podcast and wbs
  • Maricel Mercado, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    I definitely vote for PM Podcast. The best!
  • Raman Parthasarathi, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast. Very useful!
  • Rajendra Mhalsekar, Saturday, 19 December, 2009
    My votefor PMPODCAST..


    Very Informative, relevant and practical in a lucid and interesting manner.....
  • Bjoern Bartelsen, Sunday, 20 December, 2009
    My vote is cast for the PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner! Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2010 :)
  • Bernd Rusitschka, Sunday, 20 December, 2009
    I'm a regular listener of "The Project Management Podcast".
    Keep on going, Cornelius!
  • Yaser Hanafy, Sunday, 20 December, 2009
    I'm voting for

    PMPODCAST..

    It is supporting me so much. It is very useful and I advise the new people looking forward PM to join this website Keep on going Cornelius.
  • Pedro Navarro, Sunday, 20 December, 2009
    Please keep up with the good work!!
  • vipinkailas, Monday, 21 December, 2009
    My favourites are,

    1. Project Shrink
    2. Better projects
    3. Leading Agile
  • Adel Saber, Monday, 21 December, 2009
    I vote for the PM Podcast.
    Many thanks Cornelius
  • Hendra FS, Monday, 21 December, 2009
    I vote for :

    pmstudent and pm knowledge
  • Tushar Joshi, Monday, 21 December, 2009
    My vote goes to #20 PMPodcast

    Tushar Joshi, PMP
  • Paul Young, Monday, 21 December, 2009
    I like Leading Agile, Leading Answers and Agile Software Development Made Easy!
    BTW, Andrew, I love your blog too. I think it should also be in the list. :-)
  • Matthew Knauss, Tuesday, 22 December, 2009
    Good list! I My suggestions are:
    http://www.clearpm.com/
    http://www.cottagepm.com/
    http://www.torstenkoerting.com/
    excellent fresh content!
  • Praveen, Tuesday, 22 December, 2009
    hi,
    My vote is to pmstudent.com, pmpodcast from Cornelius Fichtner
  • PMGuy, Tuesday, 22 December, 2009
    One not listed, but I am sure will be on your next list is Expiriance Program / Project Management Blog:

    http://www.expiriance.com/blogs/pm/pmblog.php
  • Yvette Perrin, Tuesday, 22 December, 2009
    My vote is to pmpodcast from Cornelius Fichtner
  • Project management Course, Wednesday, 23 December, 2009
    This is a great place for anyone who is either new or experienced PM. Really its easy to understand.

    My Vote is to PM

    http://www.pmtrainingonline.com/
  • Peter Taylor, Wednesday, 23 December, 2009
    1 Girls Guide to PM
    2 The PM Podcast


    Hope to see my blog at www.thelazyprojectmanager.com up there in 2010

    Peter
    The Lazy Project Manager
  • Maz, Wednesday, 23 December, 2009
    My Voten goes to the fabolous Show of

    PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner.

    Thx
    Maz
  • Juan Pablo Ramirez Madrid, Thursday, 24 December, 2009
    From Medellin Colombia, my vote is for:

    PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner. Excelent!
  • Mangesh Lolge, Thursday, 24 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner. An Excellent source for PM Tools.
  • Fernando Oliveira, Thursday, 24 December, 2009
    I vote for pmStudent !
  • Janine Carasquero, Monday, 28 December, 2009
    I vote for PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner! . A friendly voice taking you to the passing the PMI exam the comfortable way! also his website shows that he's not biased. He recommeds the best even if it's the competition. Thanks Cornelius! I am planning to pass the exam in 2010 with your help :)
  • Kathleen, Monday, 28 December, 2009
    My vote is clearly for PM Podcast! I'm currently preparing for the PMPexam and beside his PMPrepcast I also listen to his PM Podcast. The topics cover a wide range of PM issues and his English is very good understandable for me as not-native speaker!
  • Fadi ABI-AAD, Tuesday, 29 December, 2009
    I vote PMPODCAST
  • Francesca Guglielmi, Tuesday, 29 December, 2009
    I'm a fan of
    The PM Podcast by Cornelius Fichtner !!
  • Gregg Griffin, Wednesday, 30 December, 2009
    pmStudent .com has been very helpful for preparation for PMP testing.
  • VMalcom, Tuesday, 05 January, 2010
    The Project Management Podcast...

    It is fantastic!
  • Debbie Sacks, Tuesday, 05 January, 2010
    I vote for Gil Yehuda's blog.
  • Steven Mulhall, Friday, 08 January, 2010
    A Girl’s Guide to Project Management

    Has my vote, Elizanbeth's site is relevant and always has useful articles.

    Steve
    http://www.contractorprojectmanager.com/
  • Inayathulla Shareef, Friday, 08 January, 2010
    I am just a beginner, I found this site more informative.
  • Ashish Muley, Monday, 11 January, 2010
    I am using it from last few weeks its really usefull and good thing is you dont have to look or stare the stupid laptop screen for hours can just listen to it.
  • Nick Moore, Tuesday, 12 January, 2010
    I'd like to make a suggestion: Reforming Project Management
    http://www.reformingprojectmanagement.com/
    It's a great site for those who want to take a fresh look on their projects and practices.
    Love your list!
  • Page, Wednesday, 13 January, 2010
    + 1 for Reforming Project Management
  • Lance Ternes, Wednesday, 13 January, 2010
    Reforming PM is a great blog I agree. I'm also voting for Bas's blog. Love his stuff!
  • Las, Friday, 15 January, 2010
    pmstudent.com is the best for me. Very informative and interesting to read.
  • Glauco, Monday, 25 January, 2010
    my favorite is pmstudent.com.
  • El Mar, Wednesday, 10 March, 2010
    I am voting for voices

    for attainable proposal plss vist us http://www.squidoo.com/Project-Feasibility-study
  • Gale, Friday, 19 March, 2010
    Im voting for PM PODCAST.
    hop in my site http://www.squidoo.com/Project-Feasibility-study. Its about feasibility study.
  • Guido, Thursday, 15 April, 2010
    Nice comprehensive list! Most large companies can perform multiple functions, are active in more than one line of business, and operate in multiple countries. For many companies, such complexity leads to serious internal conflicts, slow decision making, duplication of costs, and a silo mentality. For all the attention given to crafting a smart strategy, most organizations lag far behind in the ability to execute strategies. Bringing about alignment and coordination in complex organizations is one of the most important challenges facing managers today.

    The IMD OWP 2010 will present the central principles of managing complex organizations and then guide managers to apply these principles to their own companies.
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Andrew Filev is an experienced project manager and a successful entrepreneur. He has been managing software teams since 2001 with the help of new-generation collaboration and management applications. The Project Management 2.0 blog reflects his views on changes going on in contemporary project management, thanks to the influence of collaborative web-based technologies. More >>

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