4 Project Management Blogs That Won’t Give You Scope Creep

As I prepare to take the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam early next year, I’m constantly trying to cram as much project management (PM) info into each day. While browsing my RSS reader today I realized I have a good spread of PM sites in my arsenal. Instead of hording them to myself I thought I would share. Here are four project management blogs that are worth your time:

  • The Project Management Hut. Always updating, the PM Hut is stuffed with PM articles covering just about every topic you could imagine. The collection of authors do an excellent job relating to various industries as well, making sure not to cover one sector too strongly.
  • Project Shrink. This site does a great job of mixing the sometimes boring semantics of PM work with the real world human aspects of working on projects. The author, Bas de Baar, intermittently updates the site with informative videos, thoughtful advice and a drizzle of social media info.
  • Scope crêpe. Rich Maltzman, PMP, updates his site Scope crêpe about once a month. He tends to focus on showcasing tools and processes that will help any project manager, novice or pro.
  • Fear No Project. The FNP blog is written by Bruce McGraw and is focused on covering real world project scenarios. He recently posted a timely read called “What to do when everyone leaves town for the Holiday” which I’m sure is on every PM’s mind about this time of year.

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