You stay productive at work. You're always go-go-go at home. Your schedule is too full to sit down and read a book, even if it's for professional development.
project management podcasts around with 300+ episodes already published on all topics related to project management. They interview noted project managers, and also team up with The PM PrepCast to help prepare you for the PMP exam. Their episodes are typically released at least once a week (if not more frequently) and last less than 30 minutes.Hosted by Cornelius Fichtner, The PM Podcast is one of the most high-volume
Hosted by Cesar Abeid, PM for the Masses focuses on interviewing different experts for tips on being a stand-out manager, ways to improve your project management expertise, and also offers his own personal stories about project management triumphs and falls. Tags on each podcast make it easy to sort through the nearly 100 episodes to find the interviews related to your interests. PM for the Masses releases a new 20-60 minute episode about once a week, or more frequently when he is running a series.
Hosted by Mark Phillipy, The Sensible Project Manager Podcast has released just over 20 episodes, and wants to lead new discussions about project management. His interview guests have included podcast hosts on this list, and some of his episodes deviate from the popular interview format, sharing his own thoughts instead. Phillipy also hosts the Sensible Project Manager Hangout Community on Google+ Hangouts. Podcast episodes last anywhere from 20-minute self-shares to 60-minute interviews.
This series is hosted by The Digital Project Manager, a site with useful resources, training, and community for DPMs. The episodes go beyond theory and best practice, featuring interviews with PM experts on the field. Each 30-minute episode provides greater depth on the recent articles they've published on The DPM site, and it also dives into their current insights and discoveries as a PM.
Hosted by Samad Aidane, this podcast published only 10 episodes, but their accompanying blog published many more posts. Interviews focused on interesting, off-the-beaten-path topics, such as: Assertiveness for Women in Project Management, Cultural Neuroscience for Global Project Managers, and Risk Psychology: Understanding Risk Personality Types.
Hosted by Wayne Thompson, he published 52 podcast episodes. He teaches fundamental project management principles, and shares some lessons learned from old successful and failed projects. Some of his episodes are as short as 4 minutes, and most clock in at under 20 minutes.