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Project Management takes a Summer Vacation

Not sure if the other project management writers are on a permanent vacation or not, but I haven't seen much in the way of new work in the past month or so.


Personally I've just been resting on a branch waiting for the winds to start blowing again.

In the mean time, if you are bored, take a close look at the bugs.

  • PM Web #001 - Glen B. Alleman's Herding Cats
  • Books to Consider – Decision Making
  • Taking and Passing the PMP Exam - Part 15 - PMBOK version 4
  • Seeing Other Scheduling Software
  • Project Management Office and the Monorail
  • The Cashmere Bikini
  • Speaking in Gibberish and Writing Constantly
  • Project Management Immaturity Model
  • 10 pieces of advice to a new blogger
  • All your models are belong to us

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