The Programme Management Website — “…a world wide focus for knowledge exchange for those involved in managing programmes [portfolios of projects] of all kinds.”
Overview of Organizational Change — Carter McNamara’s site provides information that can help you understand the the issues involved in bringing about changes, such as new PM processes or procedures, in your organization.
Free Management Library – “…The Library provides easy-to-access, clutter-free, comprehensive resources regarding the leadership and management of yourself, other individuals, groups and organizations.”
Scrum Methodology — “The Scrum methodology of agile software development… emphasizes communication and collaboration, functioning software, and the flexibility to adapt to emerging business realities…”
Scope crêpe — “Tasty travels into the terrain of Project Management” — An interesting blog with lots of PM tips and resources.
Significant Data Systems Project Management Overviews —
“…information and resources in the area of project management. The focus is on introductions and primers. Articles seek to introduce a topic in a couple of pages then give links to other sites and books where detailed information can be found.” [This may be the best collection of PM overview info you will ever find! Simple & Clean… Check it out! — Mike G]
PM Links — “The Link Between Project and Management” has a Technical Discussion Forum Group, Access to Job offers specifically posted for PMs, and more…
WordPress — “WordPress is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.” WordPress is the “engine” behind this blog. These guys are amazing! Rich, powerful, useful features and all at no cost. They even provide blog hosting.
Herdo Web Design — “Free and Premium WordPress Themes” — The “look and feel” of this blog is the result of the WordPress theme titled “Live,” created by Herdo Web Design. Again… completely free! So if you like this blog’s design, let these folks know.
Musician’s Friend— Where I got a great deal and a smooth and easy purchase experience on the microphone and mixer I use to create this podcast:
Xitel INport Deluxe— I use this little box to convert my mixer’s analog output signal (my voice narration) to a digital signal and send it, via USB port, to my computer for editing.
Audacity — “Free Digital Audio Editor… Audacity is a free program written by a team of volunteer developers from around the world.” I use Audacity to edit my podcasts. Its easy-to-use and intuitive interface helps me cut out stray sounds, mistakes, and junk noises while easily blending music. If my podcasts sound good, I owe much of that to Audacity. Thank you, guys!