Top 10 Project Management Blogs to Follow In 2017

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Project management has evolved from few basic principles into a domain of knowledge. Thankfully, many bloggers are helping project managers to stay updated with the latest tools, techniques, methodologies, processes and much more through their blogs. In this article, please take a look at 10 of the most popular project management blogs that every project manager must read in 2017.

1. ProjectManagement.com

If you want something more than a blog, then project management.com blog is for you. What makes it stand out is that you can start a discussion, connect with other project management experts. Additionally, you can also find useful material to prepare for your certification exams on this blog. Informative and how to articles make it a blog that every project manager should bookmark. It offers everything a project manager needs.

2. Brad Egeland’s Blog

With years of project management experience behind his back and more than 4,000 business strategy articles under his belt, you can expect good things from Brad Egeland’s blog. Fortunately, his blog provides just that and reflect his grip over the subject.

Named among top 10 project management influencers of 2016, Brad Egeland’s blog provides short video snippets that provide you with project management tips that you will not find anywhere else. The plethora of topics he touches upon makes the blogs an interesting read. It covers everything from project management methodologies to task delegation.


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3. TaskQue Blog

Whether you are a fan of interactive content such as infographics or want to learn the basics of project management through tutorials, guides or tips, and tricks articles or want to read project management professionals interviews, there is something for everyone on TaskQue’s blog. It covers a wide range of topics; from project management to entrepreneurship, startups to organizational cultures and much more. Combine that with an eye-catching design and you get a blog that is worth your time and attention.

4. The Lazy Project Manager

Apart from being a bestselling author, Peter Taylor is one of the best project management blogger. His bestselling books “The lazy project manager” and “The lazy winner” highlighted a new idea called “productive laziness”. If you want to achieve more with less, then his blog is what you are looking for. Read his blog and you will learn to “Work smarter, not harder” and benefit from it as well. It enables project managers to complete projects inside the budget and before the deadline, thus, resolving one of the biggest problems for project managers.

5. Ron Rosenhead Blog

With more than 15 years of experience in risk management and project management training as well as consulting and coaching, Ron Rosenhead’s blog offers a wealth of resources for project managers. CEO of Project Agency in the UK, he answers common questions that create problems for project managers through his blogs. You will find some unique ideas on his blog because the ideas he discusses on his blog are usually those that came during work. He shared helpful tips on scope management and source of inspiration in our exclusive interview.

6. Project Times

Project Times is not like your traditional blog. It is a web-based magazine dedicated to project management. Whether it is the latest project management trends or insights from project management gurus, you can find that and much more on this blog. The Project Times job board helps young project managers find the right job and make this blog stand out from the rest. The articles on this blog cover core project management topics and provide you with something to think about.

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7. The Project Management Hut

If you are tired of reading run of the mill stuff on project management, then project management hut has something that will bring a smile on your face. Dubbed as “huts”, they are the collection of articles that provides you in-depth knowledge on various topics. Although, you will find conventional informative articles on Project management hut’s blog but the huts are the real highlights. It covers every aspect of project management from scheduling to risk management. You can also read topics such as conflict management, procurement management, communicating with stakeholders, etc.

8. A Girl’s Guide to Project Management

Let us keep the gender biasedness aside for a moment and give female project managers something good to read. This blog provides an opportunity to look at things from a female project manager’s perspective. Elizabeth Harrin, an award-winning blogger, regularly offers her suggestions and opinions for female project managers through her blog. Moreover, female project managers can learn a thing or two about managing project teams, conduct fruitful meetings and maintain a work-life balance via this blog. Project management tool reviews, free eBooks and much more makes it a must visit blog for the female project managers.

9. Guerrilla Project Management

Want a unique perspective on project management and other domains such as social sciences, psychology and organizational change? If yes, then this blog is for you. The author Samad Aidane words sum it up brilliantly when he said, “Liberating project management from the tyranny of conventional wisdom.” With almost two decades of experience in project management, this blog can help project managers in improving their performance, develop their skills and manage risks effectively. After reading this blog, you can make both your personal and professional lives better.

10. Project Management Tips

As compared to other blogs on this list, Project management tips blog is formal. If you are expecting some humor, then you are out of luck. If you are looking for some valuable advice, then you are at the right place. The list posts on this blog make complicated concepts easier to grasp for readers. In addition to this, you might also find guest posts from other blogs and project management experts on this blog. The variety of content this blog publishes ensures that you do not get bored with it.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Hello,

    I’m the CEO of project-management.com I see you took our image for the #1 position, but you point on projectmanagement.com instead of project-management.com

    We are a very popular blog for project management. Is it possible to be included in your top 10? Maybe you could replace Brad Egeland’ blog by us? Brad Egeland website only contains partial articles with external links to the full articles. I know this site and it’s not very well structured.

    Anyway, let me know what you can do.

    Regards,
    Daniel Raymond

    • Thanks alot for pointing out the editorial mistake. I have sent you a detailed email about the possibility of your blog’s inclusion in the specific list.

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