“Project Management Around the World – North America #PMFlashBlog” was the topic of the 32nd hangout of the Sensible Project Manager Hangout Community. In this community of project managers and others who enjoy discussing project management topics, we have a weekly hangout which is hosted via Google+ Hangout. These hangouts are held each Friday at 9:00am pacific time.

In this hangout, Cheri Essner, Rich Maltzman and Mark Phillipy shared their thoughts about what project management is like in their part of the world. Each, were participants in the second round of the #PMFlashBlog “Project Management Around the World” where project management bloggers shared what it is like to be a project manager in their part of the world. These three give their perspective from a North American point of view.

Cheri Essner resides in Ontario Canada and her post was centered around her perspective on local PMI chapters. Specifically, she is very involved in a leadership role in her local chapter. You can read her blog post here.

Rich Maltzman resides in New England which is in the north eastern portion of the United States. He educated the reader about beautiful New England and shared his thought two different projects which took part in his area of the world. Those projects were “The Big Dig” in Boston and a project by CVS to remove tobacco products from their stores. His post can be found here.

Mark Phillipy resides in Washington state which is in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. He described project management as a middle aged man that is just entering puberty. His post can be found here.

Below you will find a list of all blog posts of this round of #PMFlashBlog “Project Management Around the World”.

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