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Podcasts for Project Managers

Hmmm... podcasting? I thought you don't listen to podcasts? Well, today I did. I started with one from Cornelius Fichtner (www.thepmpodcast.com) and also one from Dina Henry Scott (controllingchaos.com). I'm not sure why, but they make me want to put on one of my own. Perhaps I'll give it a try when I find something to say...

Until then, you can check out those two and see if they float your boat. My one comment to both Cornelius and Dina is that they are a bit long. Time is always of the essence.

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  • Comments (2)

    As Starsky said to Hutch ... DO IT

    I really enjoy both the PM Podcast and Controlling Chaos. I think both Cornelius and Dina do an excellent job of getting great guests and having discussions with valuable content.

    Perhaps it's because I'm a student and haven't been in a PM role for many years like some people, but I don't find their shows long.

    Personally, I'd like to see another show with a different format that follows a story line from the beginning to the end of a project. It would be great to be able to get inside the head of the project manager and stakeholders, and tell the story from alternating narrators. Each episode could focus on a specific phase of the project or milestone, with the end of the show being the success (or failure) in reaching the milestone.

    I think a project manager with a lot of experience under his/her belt, and who is a good storyteller could pull off this type of show rather well.

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