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9.8

As a young project manager, I wanted to explore what PMI and its website were all about especially after I joined and passed my PMP.  Confused as to where to go and what I could do, I finally found and learned about the PMI communities.  Click after click, I navigated through to find information and webinars that I found interesting, but it never kept me on the website to do more than listening to a webinar and leaving.

 

Now PMI has acquired www.ProjectManagement.com to create a more robust and centralized forum to not only find any and all information related to project management, but ProjectManagement.com has created a community of Project and Program Managers around the world to allow easier interact with all PMI members.  Along with this site comes a myriad of features like a training directory, templates, webinars, and many other tools.  To make it even more fun, ProjectManagement.com has games, contests, and a badge reward system which recognizes you for participating on and contributing to the site.

For those who haven’t done so already, go ahead and register.  If you have registered, make sure that you complete your profile which includes a bio/resume, your PM expertise, PM related certifications, contributions, and projects.  Then find your PM friends or connections and go to networking.  Thank you PMI for developing such a great site for all of us PMs and future PMs to have a place to do all things Project Management.

Some of the navigation is a little redundant, but besides that, this site has everything that you need to keep up with your skills as a PM, ask questions, and even contribute to the PM cause.  I’m sure there’s some room for additional features or improvements, but I have not thought of any of those yet.  With that, we give this site a 9.8 out of 10.  Once again, get started today!!!

Adrian Marable
Adrian Marable
Adrian Marable, is a speaker, author, and coach dedicated to creating an avenue of success through Beloda’s S.H.A.P.E. methodology. He found his calling in 2010 while helping individuals develop a career strategy and helping small business increase their market visibility through his IT consulting company. Today, Adrian speaks to both individuals and small business owners to bring a new twist on showing how simple success can be as long as you are willing to have a plan, good character and hard work.

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