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The core behind any business is the human factor, and we believe what makes the difference in any successful project is the culture of the organization and investing in people.

In this edition, we are delighted to announce that we have worked with Barbara Hemphill to be the key author with an exclusive article (Why Clutter Hurts Your Leadership and What You Can Do About It) for our magazine.

Furthermore, and as usual, we have a set of exclusive articles on project management with authors who have part of this magazine, as well as top articles published in the last month by recognized authors.

Founder & CEO at Productive Environment Institute

Barbara Hemphill is an internationally recognized expert on increasing profits, productivity and peace of mind by eliminating physical, digital, emotional and spiritual clutter. In her organizations and books, her main goal is to encourage people to acknowledge their deepest feelings so they can accomplish their work and enjoy their life by focusing on the path and not the destination. ... more about Barbara

Previous Editions

Managing yourself; a key for project management.

Hybrid (Waterfall / Agile)... a real solution or a hidden problem

Project Management Challenges nowadays

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of PMI

Risk Management ... and the hidden opportunities

Project Manager DNA - Coaching

Lessons Learned... the forgotten treasure.

Uncontrolled Scope... Scope Creep & Gold Plating

Multitasking... the hidden threat

Leadership skills for PMs

Change Management

Conflict Management

The first edition

Selected Exclusive Articles


Managing yourself; a key for managing your project

by Arman Kamran

“The world outside is a reflection of the world inside” has been my belief for the past few decades. What goes inside our mind and maintains its existence, becomes part of our sub-conscience belief structure, which in turn will affect how we manage ourselves in our interaction with other people and ultimately sets the tone for how our efforts in project and people management would come to fruition. To the experienced Project Managers (and Agile Practitioners alike), managing others may not seem complex, but even the most straightforward principles can be deceptively difficult to implement.   How we manage ourselves is intertwined with how ...

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Other Exclusive Articles

Selected Perspectives Articles

PM Magazine - Perspectives

"Creating a project management culture and building a community that allows sharing knowledge from multitude perspectives is one of our main goals in The fruit of this experiment is a key milestone in our journey, as it opens the door for professionals to get together and share their knowledge from different perspectives." - -Team

Selected SMEs' Feedback

Sanjay Bhure
Founder & CEO

As a project manager, what is the first thing that you check | do on daily basis to manage your project?

When I come to office in morning, I start my office day with meeting and greeting colleagues and my team. After this will check the emails, but not reply to every email, just filter it out with priorities, it’s just half an hour work. Check the project status i.e. schedule ... Continue Reading

Mubashir Memon
Product/Program Manager/

As a project manager, what is the first thing that you check | do on daily basis to manage your project?

All projects - regardless of size and complexities require clear priorities. Knowing how to prioritize work affects the success of your project, engagement of the team, and your role as a leader. Having a tool may help prioritize but as a leader it is vital to ensure you understand the ... Continue Reading

Aditya Lal
Global Head of PMO

As a project manager, what is the first thing that you check | do on daily basis to manage your project?

My last exercise for the day is to plan for the next day. I spend 5-10 minutes every day before closing my laptop to list down my activities for the following day and prioritize them. Before I start the day, I review the “to-do” list for another 5-10 minutes to ... Continue Reading

Yingjin Liu

As a project manager, what is the first thing that you check | do on daily basis to manage your project?

I have been a project manager/portfolio manager for more than 10 years. At first, handing 1 project at one time, then several projects, and then more than a dozen projects at same time. Efficient is higher and higher with much more experience and knowledge. While more and more busy as ... Continue Reading

Gabriela Coelho
Project facilitator

As a project manager, what is the first thing that you check | do on daily basis to manage your project?

My everyday-ritual consists of refilling my water bottle and writing my to-do list based on the backlog from the previous day.
If the water bottle seems trivial, just remember 75% of our brains is made up of water - I certainly can use all of the hydration and effectiveness I ... Continue Reading

The Unified Project Management Dictionary

Control Account

Control Account is a management control point where scope, budget, actual cost, and schedule are integrated and compared to earned value for performance measurement.

more terms

Henrico Dolfing

Henrico Dolfing

I have written a number of articles for pmmagazine.

I have gotten to know the pmmagazine team as a group of passionate professionals who believe in sharing knowledge, and are interested in contributing to the project management community. Their vision of combining high quality articles from around the net, exclusive new articles, and voices from the community starts to shape more and more.

I am happy to be a contributor and consumer of this project, and I am looking forward to the continued success of pmmagazine. - Henrico Dolfing

Eman ElRashidy

Eman ElRashidy

For someone like me who is passionate about project management, my contributions were always to the closed network around me, PM magazine allowed me to go outside my comfort zone and share my thoughts with a larger audience and gave me the opportunity to express my opinion without any intervention or bias.

PM magazine is keen to get input from different backgrounds encouraging diversity and different opinions to be shared through its window to ensure adding value and sharing knowledge to the project management community.

Happy first anniversary PM Magazine, may you always be successful and be the voice of project managers for the project managers!

Luiz Paulo Bloise

Luiz Paulo Bloise

For a project to be successful it needs people. Engaged and motivated people who believe in the same thing and the same goals and who are prepared to solve all the problems that a project run into. To be prepared for the various problems that we will face in a project, resources like are an excellent source of knowledge and exchange of ideas. Thanks to the many articles created by project managers from different parts of the world and shared through the online magazine, we can learn more about the challenges and achievements that each faced and that can help us reach our goals on our own projects.

Thank you pmmagazine for giving us this wonderful tool.

Grace Windsor

Grace Windsor

All project managers are short on time, making a one-stop resource like PM Magazine invaluable! The team at PM Magazine are doing a brilliant job of creating a place to quickly access practical project management guidance and expert tips. I really enjoyed contributing to a recent edition and look forward to future content.

Raluca Mitan

Raluca Mitan

My name is Raluca and I learned that we are capable of anything we would like to achieve. We set out goals based on our passions and talents, feelings and wishes. It is said that when you set up a goal, the whole Universe will help you reach it. For me, a piece of the Universe is called PM Magazine and thanks to the GREAT Team, I managed to achieve my goals.

But how do they do it?
Easy, through Yes, And… Some of you already know that Yes, And .. are the two most important words on which progress and evolution are based. Yes we are open for new ideas, And together we build upon them to achieve collective creativity and useful outcomes.
PM Magazine Team said Yes, we like your ideas, And we can support you and proposed even more. The Team was open to our thoughts (together with Jonathan Ray) and were flexible to CHANGE their web appearance... Continue Reading

Milvio DiBartolomeo

Milvio DiBartolomeo

Proud to be associated with, a leading project portfolio management forum - with no equal - where project portfolio management professionals from across the world share their knowledge, experiences and insights. A great feature of is that each month a different portfolio, programme, project or agile topic is explored by different authors; with favourite quotes published to challenge preconceived thoughts.

Yuri Ficher

Yuri Ficher

I’d like to thank you for the opportunity to share my article in the last May issue. It is really nice to have an initiative like yours to help spread the word on Project Management best practices, opinions and ideas.

I also take this opportunity to continue offering my support, providing articles for the next editions, when they are suitable. is an incredible tool, that provides amazing insights by giving the opportunity for great professionals around the world to share their experiences and ideas with the international project management community. In a moment like the one we are living, when the Project Management is passing through a major change in its concepts, is always good to have a reliable source of reference to go on and receive some insight to support your decisions.

Also, the idea of serving as a “hub” of articles, concentrating great quality contents in a single website... Continue Reading

Oliver Yarbrough

Oliver Yarbrough

I've had the pleasure of collaborating with the team at PM Magazine to publish some of my most popular articles. Additionally, I've enjoyed reading articles from other featured authors in the magazine. I look forward to continuing to work with them to bring relevant topics to the global project management community.

The Art of Technology Project Portfolio Management
Henrico Dolfing

If you are responsible for managing portfolios of technology programs and projects, your success in maximizing business outcomes with finite resources is vital to your company’s future in a fast-changing and digital world. This book will help you with doing this.