“What does project management mean to me” was the topic for the 14th hangout of the Sensible Project Manager Hangout Community and is a follow-up of the recent #PMFlashBlog. In this community of project managers and others who enjoy discussing project manager topics, we have a weekly hangout which is hosted via Google+ Hangout. These hangouts are held each Friday at 9:00am pacific time.
On September 25th, 2013 70+ project management bloggers participated in the first ever #PMFlashBlog. The topic that each blogger wrote about was “What does project management mean to me”. During this hangout, three of the participants of the #PMFlashBlog shared their thoughts about and discussed each of their individual blog posts on the subject. Once again this week the same topic was discussed in the #PMChat on Twitter.
The following are three of the project managers who participated in the #PMFlashBlog and shared their thoughts in the #PMHangout.
Robert Kelly’s post was a call to project managers everywhere to step up their game and fill the role as a leader for their organization and lead your teams to deliver successful project. His post can be found here:
Francis Hooke’s post was delivered like a religious sermon and is quite fun to read. His message is that project management requires adherence to project management methodologies and processes, along with a lot more. His post can be found here:
Mark Phillipy’s post centered around the importance of understanding the project vision, rallying your team around that vision and delivering value to the customer. My post can be found here: