Want to be a credible scheduler?

Another great pointer to references from Glen Alleman:

Here is a handbook for developing credible Integrated Master Schedules. There are many suggestions but this one comes from the place where schedules are critical.

Once you have your credible Integrated Master Schedule, you’re going to want to keep it that way and assess its credibility.

With these two documents, you’ll have a starting point for […]

Top Ten Project Management Blogs for March 2010

Here are my top ten sites for project management articles in March 2010.

PM Hut
Herding Cats
[tie] AtTask
[tie] LearningTree Project Management
[tie] Brighthub: Project Management
ProjectTimes
The Art of Project Management
[tie] PMO Expert
[tie] […]

Top Ten Project Management Blogs for February

Here are my top ten sites for project management articles in February 2010.

PM Hut
Brighthub: Project Management
HarvardBusiness.org
[tie] Herding Cats[tie] AtTask
N2Growth
[tie] The Art of Project Management[tie] Rogue Project Leader[tie] […]

Rogue Press

An interesting collection of project and program management material by Dan Ward (The Rogue […]

Project Management Books

Project Management Books

Glen Alleman has an interesting list of project management reading that is especially appropriate for anyone involved with the management of DoD projects. I have read most of the books he recommends, and agree with his choices.

I also agree with Glen’s comments regarding the (mis)use of […]

Books on Leadership and Teams

Genuine Curiosity: Putting the work in Teamwork

Dwayne Melancon lists his five favorite books about teamwork and leadership.

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable

This is an easy read with some hard advice. It describes a team engaged in some destructive, disloyal, and counterproductive habits – many of which sound exactly like some of the screwed […]