Twitter posts for January 2010

Reading: Project Risk: Is It All Bad? http://bit.ly/bzPhS3 #PMOT
RT @ericfdouglas: Never mistake activity for achievement. #PMOT
RT @califgirl232: Project Certifications Matter..Why? Customers want experienced credentialed PMs | http://bit.ly/5paSYm #PMOT
Reading: Herding Cats: Navy Seals are Project Managers http://bit.ly/aKuq1T #PMOT
Reading: Is Project Management a Core Skill and No Longer a Niche Capability? http://bit.ly/aYzQ2J #PMOT
Reading: AtTask – Successful Project-Based Work is Lead Not Managed http://bit.ly/aINT3v
“What is the diff between a PM and a used car salesman? The used car salesman always knows when he is lying.” http://bit.ly/9lX40c #PMOT
“Project management is not a popularity contest.” http://bit.ly/aZPFFu
Reading: Why Project Scheduling Must Not Become an Extinct Science – PM Hut http://bit.ly/6l5gEm #PMOT
Reading: AtTask – Proactive vs Reactive Project Management http://bit.ly/5nVPYx #PMOT
Reading: How Leaders Should Think Critically – John Baldoni – Harvard Business Review http://bit.ly/57s2SM #PMOT
Reading: Are You Committing Leadership Malpractice? – Susan Cramm – Harvard Business Review http://bit.ly/7zQQEq #PMOT
Reading: Rogue Press http://bit.ly/6jB1Ep #PMOT
Reading: 8 Tips for an Effective Status Report http://bit.ly/4OZZOc #PMOT
Reading: Are You a Productive Person? Look at the Number of People Who Are Waiting On You to Get Back to Them http://bit.ly/8sbm8D #PMOT
Reading: What is the Portfolio Project Management Process? http://bit.ly/4DZLcr #PMOT
Reading: What Are Quality Management Tools? http://bit.ly/5MTIRO #PMOT
Reading: Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: What Your Group Needs to Become Extraordinary http://bit.ly/5wzf09 #PMOT
Reading: Herding Cats: Better Estimating is the Solution to Poor Estimating http://bit.ly/4pK4Dl #PMOT
Reading: The influence of related disciplines on project management practice « Eight to Late http://bit.ly/4AhXSt #PMOT
Reading: Better Projects: BA tools stink, part 1 http://bit.ly/8Hcp70 #PMOT
Reading: Another Riff on Communication « CottagePM.com http://bit.ly/577Utm #PMOT
Reading: Project Vision, Requirements, and Estimation – PM Hut http://bit.ly/6i0fU2 #PMOT
Reading: Papercut / – Assumptions, Risks, and Issues http://bit.ly/7Dtwr9 #PMOT
Reading: So what are you “doing” about risk? « Shift Happens! http://bit.ly/7zjN2k #PMOT
Reading: Project Team Emotional Intelligence | quantmleap http://bit.ly/8ZjDD4 #PMOT
Reading: Herding Cats: Sticky Notes and Other Ways To Capture The Project’s Baseline http://bit.ly/6GuRLC #PMOT
50% of all project managers are below average! #PMOT
Reading: Metrics That Matter for 2010 | Life Beyond Code http://bit.ly/7PgCo3 #PMOT
Reading: I2I – Incentive Intelligence: Motivation And The Theory Of Everything http://bit.ly/5RFk3H #PMOT
Reading: The tool does not make the project manager | CIO – Blogs and Discussion http://bit.ly/7JmFE8 #PMOT
Reading: Planning is a social process! « Mosaicproject’s Blog http://bit.ly/6rn9Kh #PMOT
Reading: Stakeholders and Change Management « Mosaicproject’s Blog http://bit.ly/8JXvJR #PMOT
Reading: Project Methodology Brings Focus | CottagePM.com http://bit.ly/4DqTYx #PMOT
Reading: What is Project Management Best Practice? | Virtual Project Management Consulting http://bit.ly/6GnjgP #PMOT
Reading: Seven Ways to Flunk a Job Interview | BNET http://bit.ly/8siqP5
Reading: Pros and Cons of Critical Path Method http://bit.ly/5Zn6E1 #pmot
New issue available: STSC CrossTalk – Jan/Feb 2010 Issue http://bit.ly/7m4Og6 Some good #PMOT material
George Patton: A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow. #PMOT
Reading: Herding Cats: risk management and RISK MANAGEMENT http://bit.ly/5Bh5c3 #pmot
I like #3: ProjectSteps: Project Don’ts http://bit.ly/838XCJ #PMOT
Reading: How to Manage Your Inner Critic – The Conversation – Harvard Business Review http://bit.ly/6BBJcl #PMOT
Reading: 19 Reasons Why Project Management Is Useless « Dr. John A. Estrella’s Blog http://bit.ly/7n2mh7 #PMOT
Reading: Herding Cats: The Seven Principles Of Project Performance Management http://bit.ly/6eSu9i #PMOT
Reading: The Real Reasons Behind the Methodology Wars http://bit.ly/8lxNJ7 #pmot

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