Posts Tagged ‘The Project Management Minimalist’

My 10 Favorite PM Articles, Posts, or Videos from 2013

Photo: M.GreerBelow are my “top 10″ favorite items drawn from all the PM articles, blog posts, and videos that I published on this website during 2013.  

Some of these are important and worth a second look. Others were merely fun or gratifying to create and I want to share them again before they disappear beneath 2014’s articles.

I hope you like these or find something here that is thought-provoking.  Enjoy!”   – Mike G. 

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Edited: December 26th, 2013

PM Minimalist & Mentor Coaching Guide: Buy the Paperback, Get the Kindle for $2.99!

Kindle-Matchbook-Announcement

My two most recent books, The Project Management Minimalist (paperback edition) and The PM Minimalist Mentor: Scripted Coaching Tools (paperback edition), are now enrolled in Amazon’s MatchBook program. So if you buy either of these books in paperback form, you’ll be able to get the matching Kindle edition for just $2.99!

For more information, check these links:

Edited: October 30th, 2013

Vicki James’ Book Review: The Project Management Minimalist

Go to Vicki James website & review

“I recommend Project Management Minimalist… for all seasoned and up and coming project managers.” — Vicki James, PMP, CBAP, The Project Pro

Vicki James, co-author of the excellent new book, Strategies for Project Sponsorship has just published a review of my book The Project Management Minimalist: Just Enough PM to Rock Your Projects.  In a nutshell, Vicki says, “I recommend Project Management Minimalist: Just Enough PM to Rock Your Projects for all seasoned and up and coming project managers.”  See her complete review at her website, The Project Pro.

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Edited: September 7th, 2013

The Project Manager’s Partner: Over a Decade Later It’s Still a Best Seller!

I just received the latest HRD Press catalog. (HRD Press is the premier publisher of training tools and references for human resources and development people.) I’m pleased — and pleasantly surprised — that more than a decade after its publication my book of PM tools, The Project Manager’s Partner, remains a bestseller in their extensive catalog. How cool is that?

For many years, I used the performance-based PM Partner to teach customized, on-site PM workshops in all sorts of organizations. In fact, it was in these workshops that my views on PM Minimalism began to take shape — mostly sparked by helping PM newbies apply PM tools and practices to their real-world projects.  So it’s great to see that the The Partner continues to live on and inspire others!

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Edited: December 12th, 2012

June/July Issue of PM Minimalist Update Is Now Available

I just emailed my latest PM Minimalist Update to subscribers.  It’s loaded with articles, links, and more. Check it out here:

Highlights from this issue include:

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Edited: July 31st, 2012

May Issue of PM Minimalist Update Is Now Available

I just emailed my latest PM Minimalist Update to subscribers.  It’s loaded with articles, links, and more. Check it out here:

Highlights from this issue include:

  • Best Practice: Identify Your Signature Strengths and Use Them Whenever You Can
  • New Franklin University PM Course for Instructional Designers/Developers & Performance Analysts
  • Is There Someone You Should You Be Nudging Toward the Spotlight?
  • Free E-Book: One Simple Thing to Improve Projects or PM (An Anthology)
  • PM Minimalist Quick Start Guide for Your Kindle, NOOK, iPad or Other Tablet / E-Reader
  • Three New Project Management FREEBIES
  • Plus links to lots more free eBooks, media downloads, and more

Subscribe today & get a Bonus zip file containing 15 PM articles or tools in PDF format (88-pages total!) plus a 37-minute PM podcast!

<<-- Read previous issues online!

Edited: May 31st, 2012

Best Practice: Identify Your Signature Strengths & Use Them Whenever You Can.

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[This book excerpt is from "Taking Care of Yourself:  Managing Your Priorities, Time, & Energy" in The Project Management Minimalist]

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Edited: May 30th, 2012

April Issue of PM Minimalist Update Is Now Available

I just emailed my latest PM Minimalist Update to subscribers.  It’s loaded with articles, links, and more. Check it out here:

Highlights from this issue include:

  • Best Practice: Understand & Deal with Procrastination
  • “Would I Have Them Over for Dinner?” & Other Questions to Ask of Your Movie Choices
  • PM Minimalist Videos Now at Vimeo
  • Under Construction: Franklin University’s IDPT PM Course
  • Three New Project Management FREEBIES
  • Plus links to lots more free eBooks, media downloads, and more

Subscribe today & get a Bonus zip file containing 15 PM articles or tools in PDF format (88-pages total!) plus a 37-minute PM podcast!

<<-- Read previous issues online!

Edited: April 30th, 2012

Best Practice: Understand and Deal with Procrastination

[Link image: This is a sample from PM Minimalist]

[This book excerpt is from "Taking Care of Yourself:  Managing Your Priorities, Time, & Energy" in The Project Management Minimalist]

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Edited: April 12th, 2012

March Issue of PM Minimalist Update Is Now Available

I just emailed my latest PM Minimalist Update to subscribers.  It’s loaded with articles, links, and more. Check it out here:

Subscribe today & get a Bonus zip file containing 15 PM articles or tools in PDFform (88-pages total!) plus a 37-minute PM podcast!

View Previous Issues of the PM Minimalist Update Online:

Edited: March 30th, 2012