Best Online Project Management Resources: A List of 100 Useful Tools

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Search for “project management” online you’ll get 279,000,000
results! The Internet is a massive repository of information and
knowledge on anything, project management included. We dug deep and
searched far and wide (so you don’t have to) and came up with a
list of online project management tools, courses, tutorials,
training, guides and more to help you in your PM journey.

We will not claim this to be the greatest list for best online
project management resources you can find in the Internet, but
we’ve picked out some of the leading, popular, and most helpful
sites that you can visit to advance your project management skills
and learning as well as introduce you to the latest project
management tools, trends, and techniques. We’ve also included sites
where you can be with individuals, groups or communities that share
your passion and experiences on the diverse and encompassing
discipline of project management. Without further ado, let’s go
dive right in.

Our list of best online project management resources is divided
into following categories:

  1. Schools &
    Courses
    [1]
  2. Certification &
    Training
    [2]
  3. Guides &
    eBooks
    [3]
  4. Checklists &
    Toolkits
    [4]
  5. Platforms &
    Software
    [5]
  6. Blogs &
    Forums
    [6]
  7. Podcasts & Video
    Channels
    [7]

Schools & Courses

Among the most important steps in your PM action plan is getting
the right education. There are many schools that offer courses,
certificate programs, and degrees on project management which can
be taken remotely or online. There are also open universities and
colleges that provide quick online courses aligned with the Project
Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide
(PMBOK). Here are our selections.

1. Ashford
University
[8]
Online BA in
Project Management

Ashford University was established in Clinton, Iowa in 1918. Its
online Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Project Management is
designed to teach students the highly-technical aspects of project
management to prepare them for a project manager career. Topics
covered in coursework required for the degree include project
control, quality assurance, business policy, cost management, risk
analysis, team development, and leadership, among others.

2Bellevue
University
[9]
Online BS in
Project Management

Bellevue University was founded by the Bellevue, Nebraska
Chamber of Commerce in 1966. Its Bachelor of Science degree in
Project Management prepars you to manage and lead project teams
across a spectrum of business environments. Coursework blends
business and leadership principles with the strategies and skills
it takes as a project management professional.

3. Capella University[10] Online MBA
in Project Management

The University’s online MBA in Project Management degree program
equips you with leadership and team-development skills, and helps
you master project procurement, solicitation, planning, management,
and control. This specialization is accredited by the PMI
Global Accreditation Center for Project Management (GAC).

4. George Washington
University
[11]
– Masters of
Science in Project Management

The GW School of business has been a pioneer of distance
learning since 1998 ad its MSPM program is a state-of-the-art
curriculum that goes beyond the PMBOK and exposes you to
international methodologies, decision sciences and advanced project
management applications.

5. Boston
University
[12]
– Masters of
Science in Project Management

US News & World Report in 2014 ranked BU as having the 8th
best online business program. Its PMI accredited MSPM prepares
graduates to manage complex projects, facilitate communication
between the project team and clients, and balance competing demands
among scope, time, cost, and quality.

6. Stevens Institute of Technology[13] Master in
Enterprise Project Management

The school is based in New Jersey but the Masters course is
entirely online and the curriculum concentrates on business,
technical and leadership skills to ensure that graduates can direct
complex, enterprise-level initiatives on time and on budget.

7. Penn
State World Campus
[14]
Master of
Project Management

Penn State is a PMI-Registered Education Provider and its online
MPM is 30-credit degree program which you can complete in as little
as two years, providing you a thorough understanding of all aspects
of project-management theory and practice.

8. American Management Association[15]

Aside from being a leading business management association and
resource, AMA has self-guided online project management courses and
study programs offered as alternative to university courses, and
cover areas outlined in the PMBOK.

9. MIT
OpenCourseWare
[16]

One of the best schools in the world is also one of the best
online course providers. MIT’s Sloan School of Business has made
available for free under the OpenCourseWare over 60 archived
courses (50 graduate-level, 10 undergraduate-level) that cover a
wide range of topics and specializations in project management.

10. Open2Study[17]

Open2Study offers free online project management classes taught
through leading Australian universities. Courses are handled by
professionals with real-world experiences and cover a variety of
topics to help you become a skilled and successful project
leader.

Certification & Training

To further equip you, beef up your credentials, and open more
opportunities down the line in your project management career, you
need to have the proper certification, competencies, skills
training, and/or specialization. There are numerous certification
and training providers out there that you can choose from.
Determine which ones suit you best.

11. Learning Tree[18]

Learning Tree International offers online trainings as well as
specialist and expert certification in project management. These
certification courses help acquire additional knowledge and develop
your skills in handling various PM tasks.

12. Essentials of Project
Management Series – 
PMI[19][20]

This online, self-paced course provided by PMI imparts
fundamentals of managing projects, with focus on preparing you for
the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) credential
exam.

13. Fundamentals of Successful Project
Management
[21]

The training course by SkillPath is intended for those who
direct or manage projects and will equip them with the useful
tools, knowledge, insights and skills to make them outstanding
project managers.

14. Project Management Training[22]

Offered by Global Knowledge with PMP certified instructors,
the self-paced courses cover Agile, Project Portfolio Management,
preventing project failure, and managing high-risk projects. Ther
is also a comprehensive course as prep for CAPM exam.

15. Project Management Fundamentals[23]

The six-week course from ed2go is led by an experienced PM
professional who will help you master the essentials of project
management. You will learn the concepts needed to plan, implement,
control and close any type of project.

16. Passionate Project
Manager
[24]

PPM is a PMI-registered education provider that has a wide
selection of learning modules for on-site trainings, classes,
earning PDUs, and live online prep courses for a host of
certification and professional PM exams.

17. RMC
Project Management
[25]

RMC is a learning solutions provider that hosts live,
instructor-led remote classes on project management. Online classes
utilize live chat, virtual white boards, and file sharing to
connect instructors and student in a collaborative environment.

18. Udemy Project Management
Training 
[26]

Udemy is a global marketplace for learning with over 55,000
courses taught by experts. It offers on-demand courses on project
planning and integration as well as a Project Management master
class and prep for PMP/CAPM exam.

19. PDUs2Go.com[27]

The site is managed by PM Professional Jennifer Bridges and
extends self-paced Category A Project Development Unit (PDU)
courses that can be purchased, delivered to your location, and
completed at your own convenience.

20. Prodevia Learning[28]

Provedia’s courses are geared towards experienced project
managers for their advanced professional development. You get to
have a personal instructor and unlimited amount of time to complete
coursework. They also provide certification program for
Professional Project Executive (PPE).

Guides and eBooks

Guides, tutorials and ebooks on project management provide you
with continuous learning and development. These resources are
readily available online, downloadable, and some are even free.
Here’s a sampling of the best that’s out there.

21. A
Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge
[29]
issued by
PMI

The PMBOK Guide 5th edition covers everything that
pertains to general project management and is the product of
collaboration and knowledge of working project managers. It is an
essential resource for project managers and serves as study guide
for those taking the PMP and CAPM project management certification.
Although generally a dry read, it happens to be the material which
the ISO adapted for its project management standards.

22. Project Management Absolute Beginner’s
Guide
[30]
by Gregory
Horine

The author is a PMP and IT PM professional with over two decades
of experience which he shares with new PMs who haven’t handled
projects yet but need immediate pointers. It is meant as a fast and
easy guide to master every project management task, from budgeting
and scheduling, to project execution and managing teams, up to
closing projects, and learning from experience.

23. Principles of Project Management[31] by Paul Newton
and Helen Bristoll

This book aims to familiarize managers with project management
roles, terms and processes. It is part of a series of PM books
written by the same authors. Other books include Managing a Project
Team, Managing the Project Scope, Managing the Project Schedule,
Managing the Project Budget, and more.

24. Introduction to Agile Methods[32] by Sondra
Ashmore Ph.D.

Agile is
an approach to software development that
builds software incrementally from the start of the
project, instead of trying to deliver it all at once. This book
introduces you to the most important agile methodologies (Scrum,
Kanban, XP, FDD, Lean, Crystal, etc.) used in project management,
showing you how to set processes, and how varying roles should
collaborate.

25. Peopleware: Productive Projects and
Teams 
[33]
by Tom DeMarco
& Timothy Lister

The book takes a look at the social side of software
development, with the authors expounding that major problems are
sociological rather than technical in nature and backing up their
claim with statistics, research, and anecdotes. It tackles
workspace theory, corporate entropy, group chemistry, work
environment, and many more.

26. Creativity Inc [34]by Amy Wallace
& Edwin Catmull

Ed Catmull is a computer scientist and currently heads Pixar,
the animation studio which he co-founded in 1974. The book takes
readers through his career and shares how he managed creative
teams, delivered projects, and worked with the likes of Steve Jobs
and George Lucas. It contains real-world examples of management and
how to nurture an innovative culture.

27. The
Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles from the World’s Greatest
Manufacturer 
[35]
by Jeffrey K.
Liker

The Toyota Way revolutionized the manufacturing industry and
this book is the full story of the management principles that made
Toyota what it is now – a global company and world-class car maker.
Even if you are not into production, you’ll learn a lot of concepts
used in project management that were pioneered by Toyota such as
Kanban, JIT, 4P, 5S, quality management, visual control, continuous
improvement, and many others.

28. The
Essential Drucker 
[36]
by Peter F.
Drucker

Peter Drucker is the father of modern management and this
classic is a compilation of his most important writings for the
past 60 years that studied and analyzed how management principles
and practices affect the performance of individuals, organizations
and society. It will stay a relevant and invaluable read for
decades to come.

29. The
Complete Guide to Managing Digital Projects
[37]

by Aleksandar Olic

This free book contains all the essential things you need to
know to successfully finish digital projects (which are different
from traditional ones), get paid, and make your clients happy. You
will learn how to how to work with clients, how to plan and monitor
progress using agile methods, and how to get your team going.

30. Project Management Lite: Just Enough to Get
the Job Done…Nothing More
[38]
by Juana Clark
Craig

Craig draws on over two and half decades of project management
experience working for Fortune 500 companies. This book is targeted
for beginners, those who have to manage one project at a time, and
those who did not plan to be PM from the start (also called
accidental project managers). It features easy-to-use,
step-by-step, plain English guide to project management to help
readers hit the ground running.

31. 97 Things Every Software
Project Manager Should Know
[39]
by O’Reilly
Media

This is available as a webcast and free pdf download and is a
compilation of 97 short and practical tips from some of the world’s
most experienced software and product development managers. The
book includes realistic secrets often taken for granted in global
approaches, as well as principles in getting the job done.

32. Why
Projects Fail
[40]
by Uladzislau
Shauchenka

We applaud successful projects but there are also lessons to be
learned from those that are not. Why Projects Fail offers an
informative and entertaining read to increase your understanding
of what went wrong with projects that did not make it. You’ll
learn from best practices, suggestions for avoiding common
pitfalls, case studies and analysis of failed projects from all
industries, and words of wisdom from PM and business gurus.

Checklists & Toolkits

Checklists and toolkits are project management resources which
can be found online with some available for free. A PM checklist is
important before you start a project or once you take over an
existing project. It’s you’re blueprint to guide you on the
project’s objectives and requirements, making sure that everything
you need is in place. Toolkits make your work easier and usually
consist of customized forms and document templates that you’ll use
for various stages and aspects of the project (planning,
estimating, scheduling, monitoring, analyzing,
etc). 

33. Project Management
Docs
[41]

A collection of free PM templates organized according to PMBOK
process group and developed by PMP certified project managers.

34. ProjectManagement.com
Templates
[42]

Before you go searching anywhere else, PMI itself suggests you
visit ProjectManagement.com where you can access over 1,000
templates plus checklists, project plans and presentations.

35. Project Management
Templates
[43]

Provided by ProjectManager.com for free, these detailed
templates include charts, forms, and tables that cover every stage
of the project lifecycle.

36. UC Santa Cruz Project
Toolkit
[44]

These customized PM templates include documents, flowcharts and
spreadsheets, and are organized according to project lifecycle from
start to completion.

37. Project Connections PM
Templates
[45]

Real-world downloadable project templates such as forms,
checklists, worksheets as well as  guidelines with tips on
how, why, and when to use them.

38. PM
Templates from A Girl’s Guide to PM
[46]

Resources from A Girl’s Guide to PM including free checklist and
templates for PM processes such as status report, action log,
communications calendar, and more.

39. Project Management Checklists for
Dummies
[47]

A compilation of simplified to-do lists, hands-on checklists and
helpful guidance for managing every phase of a project from start
to finish.

40. MyManagementGuide.com
Templates
[48]

The site makes available over two dozen templates for project
management and business management which are helpful to those
looking for useful tools and methods.

41. Project Management – Templates, Checklists
& Tips
[49]

A compilation of PM templates, checklists, and practical tips to
help project managers plan, implement and manage projects
professionally.

42. Construction Project Management Templates
& Toolkit
[50]

A comprehensive set of pre-built Excel templates specifically
intended for construction projects which by nature are difficult to
manage. It makes it easy to create timelines, track progress,
manage documentation, and organize details.

Platforms & Software

These are some of the most important tools of the trade which
you as project manager should be familiar with. You do not have to
master all of these apps, since some of them are already complete
project management solutions. One study revealed that 95% of
project managers use one or two software in their work. Suffice to
say that these solutions will save you time and effort, and help
you greatly in your tasks. For a more detailed list of
products you can check out our project management
software
[51] category.

43. Wrike[52]

Wrike is a leading cloud-based project management and
collaboration software that provides visibility into team
projects, simplifies planning, and streamlines workflows.

44. Monday[53]

Formerly known as daPulse, it is a collaboration and
communication app to get your team members working efficiently in
sync from a single platform.

45. Freshservice[54]

This IT Service Desk platform includes a complete project
management toolkit to enable greater collaboration and align your
IT to your business goals.

46. FunctionFox[55]

The project management and time-tracking software helps you
accurately track all your projects from concept to completion,
reduce admin time, and increase productivity.

47. Zoho Projects[56]

Zoho Projects enables you to plan your project activities,
assign work, manage resources and collaborate with your team better
to get things done on time.

48. Genius Project[57]

A flexible SaaS or on-premise option, Genius Project is an
enterprise project management software with reporting and real-time
collaboration features.

49. Azendoo[58]

The project management and collaboration platform groups all
your teamwork in one place, enabling you to plan, share and get
organized together.

50. ProofHub[59]

All-in-one project management software that facilitates creating
plans, collaborating with teams and clients, keeping things
organized, and delivering projects on time.

51. Scoro[60]

A comprehensive, cloud-based business management software and
work management solution designed to streamline work and eliminate
routine tasks.

52. Microsoft Project &
Portfolio Management
[61]

A solution to help project managers and teams get started
quickly and execute projects with ease through built-in templates,
familiar scheduling tools, and access across devices.

Blogs & Forums

There are over 440 million blogs, and that’s on WordPress,
Tumblr and Squarespace alone. The actual number is likely much
higher. Blogs are a treasure trove of information on every possible
topic. There are multitudes of PM-related blogs out there, but
we’ve filtered our search down to some of the most informative,
interesting, and insightful blogs. Here are our top reads.

53. Projects at Work at
ProjectManagement.com
[62]

The best minds in the PM industry come together to offer proven
and practical advice to help you accomplish project management
tasks. It’s a goldmine of resources if somewhere along the road
you’re not sure how to manage a project and need timely and
relevant pointers.

54. ProjectManager.com[63]

The PM software provider’s blog is stacked with advices, tips
and strategies from experts to help you successfully manage
projects, lead teams and be more productive. Regardless of what PM
app you use, the blog is a wellspring of resources for getting your
PM tasks done.

55. Project Lab[64]

The blog is about project collaboration tools, trends and
insights as well as case studies and statistics on project
management. You’ll get to learn how the industry operates, how to
make project improvements, and overcome challenges in the way.

56. Bob Sutton[65]

Sutton is a Stanford professor and author of best selling books
“Good Boss Bad Boss” and “Scaling Up Excellence.” He has tons of
experience working as a project manager and has been blogging about
project management, work performance, and leadership.

57. PMStudent[66]

The site offers project management courses and its blog contains
a collection of project management fundamentals for beginners.
Although articles are written by professionals, they offer the
basics and initial experiences from the time they were starting out
in the industry.

58. A Girl’s Guide to Project
Management
[67]

It’s the female perspective on the world of project management
with a collection of PM articles tailored for women in the
industry. The blog is a hub of guides and advice for women who want
to know all about project management while sharing with others what
they know.

59. Better Projects[68]

Blog writer Craig Brown experiment with different approaches and
techniques on project management them shares with readers the
results. Veteran project managers looking to enhance their projects
can pick some deep and detailed strategies from Brown’s
findings.

60. Finding Marbles[69]

Blog publisher Corinna Bauldauf is an ex developer, ex UX
designer, ex Scrum master, ex product owner and ex agile coach from
Germany. She and her contributors aim to make project management
simpler and faster, offering tons of practical advice.

61. Project Management
Hacks
[70]

The blog combines practical tips and inspirational guides to
help you in your projects or in whatever project management
situation you’re in. It shares stories of success and failures to
help you learn how to deliver projects that matter.

62. PM Box[71]

The collection of blogs from Genius Project, a PM software
provider, is intended for beginners and established project
managers. Topics cover financial planning, overcoming challenges,
managing teams, and more. It’s also a resource for those looking to
hire project managers.

63. Pmtips[72]

This is probably one of the ultimate “How To” blogs when it
comes to project management. It includes a wide a range of trending
PM-related topics during the time of writing, making it ideal for
both starters and veterans in the world of project management.

64. Workzone[73]

The Workzone blog is a collection of comprehensive writings on
project management, marketing, business, and higher education. It
covers in detail every aspect of project management through
tutorials, guides, tips and advices.

65. The Digital Project
Manager
[74]

With a tagline “Freshly Baked, Digital Project Management
Goodness”, the entire DPM site is a repository of hundreds of
helpful and relevant blogs on project management software, tools,
resources, how-to guides, PM jobs, and trainings.

66. Ron Rosenhead[75]

Rosenhead draws on his 15 years involvement in project
management to provide much needed advice to those wanting to learn
the ins and outs of the industry. His topics revolve around how to
handle and manage projects, risks, stakeholders, sponsors,
strategies, benefits and training.

67. Project Management
Hut
[76]

PMHut is targeted at veteran project managers who need advice on
software and apps and how to accomplish certain tasks. There are
also software reviews and extras like tips on leadership tips, work
practices, and managing a team, among others.

68. How to Manage a
Camel
[77]

Don’t be misled by the title. This blog covers all aspects of
project management – from the basics to the more advanced topics,
and everything in between. It offers PM event news, software
advice, trending PM concepts, career guides, and many more.

69. Guerilla Project
Management
[78]

GPM was started by Samad Aidane, a certified PMP who has
provided international consulting services. There are guest
bloggers aside from Aidane but the general content is about
insights on how project management is evolving and how to manage
today’s complex projects.

70. This Digital
Adventure
[79]

The blog touches on digital marketing, project management,
eCommerce, and technology, both at work and in everyday life. Since
technology is an important component of project management, the
blog keeps you updated on new trends in project management software
and platforms.

71. Project Bliss[80]

This collection of blogs from Leigh Espy provides tools and tips
about building your confidence as a project manager, growing
experience, and expanding your client base. It’s a guide for
beginners wanting to have a solid start in the industry.

72. Easy in theory, difficult
in practice
[81]

Kiron Bondale’s blog offers “thoughts on project portfolio and
change management challenges.” Bondale has handled several
mid-to-large sized changed management projects, and worked in
various professional services project management capacities.

Online forums and communities are where you get to be with
individuals who have the same interest as yours. It’s the place to
learn and share lessons and experiences, and get first-hand
knowledge, news, and trends. Some of the largest and most engaging
online PM groups out there are hosted by social media sites and PM
software platforms. Here’s our selection.

73. The Project Manager
Network 
[82]
(851,961
members)

This LinkedIn group could well be the biggest online community
for project managers. PMN is affiliated
with ProjectManagers.net and helps members looking for PM jobs
and those researching PM certifications in the US, Canada, UK,
India, and Europe.

74. Project Manager
Community 
[83]
(346,664
members)

The group is connected with ProjectManager.com and is a leading
community site for programme and portfolio management professionals
seeking jobs, networks, and discussions on PMBOK PDUs, PMP
certifications, software development, and methodologies.

75. PMI Project, Program and
Portfolio Management 
[84]
(210,560
members)

PMI’s official group on LinkedIn is your go-to community
for career advancement. The global community aims is to support
fellow members through networking, idea sharing, problem solving,
and giving career advice and assistance.

76. The SAP Fan Club Forum
Total
[85]
(159,621
members)

Dubbed as the “most active SAP community in the net”, this group
is not affiliated with SAP AG, the third largest maker of
enterprise business applications. Without doubt, project managers
have used SAP industry solutions one way or the other, so this
forum is a helpful information source.

77. PMO – Project Management
Office 
[86]
(104,730
members)

Another big LinkedIn group is that of the PMO – Project
Management Office community which is the largest global association
dedicated to PMO matters and topics such as tools and services.

78. Planning Planet
Forum
[87]
(69,800
members)

Described as the “best planners, schedulers and project
controllers network”, the popular forum has over 20,000 topics on
planning, scheduling, programming, forensic claims, risk analysis
and resource usage, and many others.

79. @APMProjectMgmt[88] (17,000
followers)

The Association for Project Management at Twitter is stocked
with 876 photos and videos. The UK-based APM is the largest
grouping of professional project managers in Europe and boasts of
22,000 individual and 550 corporate members.

80. Engineering Project
Management Forum
[89]
(11,716
members)

Topics in this forum range from careers (aeronautic to
structural engineers) to engineering trends, strategies, and
methods. If you have project management queries related to
engineering, this forum may have the
answers. 

Podcasts & Video Channels

Consider these 2017 stats – half of all US homes are
podcast fans
[90] and 40% of the US
population has listened to a podcast. In fact, 67 million listen to
podcasts at least every month, and 42 million listen weekly.
Podcast listening has steadily been growing at 10% to 20% every
year and has become a favorite information medium. The following PM
podcasts are among our favorites.

81. Project Management Institute
Podcasts
[91]

PMI doesn’t have a regular podcast show, but that may change
with its Projectified Podcast program launched only this October
2017. The podcasts share insights, perspectives and real-world
experiences to help individual project mangers meet today’s
challenges.

82. The 5 Minutes Project
Management Podcast
[92]

Ricardo Vargas has been publishing this podcast since 2007 and
has accumulated some 400 episodes discussing a whole range of
topics related to project management and specifically focusing on
practical ways to handle projects, portfolio, and risk
management.

83. The PM Podcast[93]

One of the most prolific PM podcast programs with more than 300
episodes to date, host Cornelius Fichtner talks with  noted
project managers, and partners with The PM PrepCast to help
individuals for the PMP exam and earn Professional Development
Units (PDUs) required for maintaining PMI-certified
credentials.

84. Project Management
Paradise
[94]

This podcast is presented by Cora Systems, a provider of PM
software. It delivers real project management insights from experts
around the world discussing PM methodologies, product management,
PM software, organizational leadership, and more.

85. PM for the Masses
Podcast
[95]

The show is already at its 101st episode as of
November 20, 2017. Podcast host Cesar Abeid taps experts for tips
to improve project management expertise, and also shares his own
personal experiences about project management successes and
failures.

86. People and Projects
Podcast
[96]

With new 30 to 60-minute episodes released every 3 to 4 weeks,
host Andy Kaufman interviews PM gurus, authors and personalities
for their take on leadership vis-à-vis project management,
providing insights on how to deliver projects and lead teams.

87. The Sensible Project
Manager Podcast
[97]

Host Mark Phillipy provides an insiders edge to project
management sharing experiences from his 15 years as PM. He also
interviews and gets insights from noted project managers and
business leaders.

88. Project Management War Stories[98]

Wayne Thompson shares lessons picked up from both successful and
failed projects, and gets the most seasoned and recognized PM
practitioners to provide solutions on industry-specific business
problems.

89. The Project Management
Debate Podcast
[99]

In this weekly podcast has Philip and Mary Elizabeth Diab
explore different topics related to project management,
transformation, strategy, and leadership. The 20-25 minute podcast
includes a key question that is debated by the hosts.

90. The
Lazy Project Manager Podcast
[100]

Host Peter Taylor is an author, blogger, and lecturer, and
has been tagged as “perhaps the most entertaining and
inspiring speaker in the project management world today.” His
lifelong mission is to teach people that it is possible to work
smarter and not harder and still be successful in life and
work.

Video of course is king. YouTube alone gets 30 million visitors
watching almost a billion videos every single day. As of 2017,
six out of 10 people
prefer watching online videos
[101] to live TV. When it
comes to project management, here are our go-to video channels on
YouTube.

91. Project Management
Institute
[102]

The largest membership association for professional project
managers started its YouTube channel in October 2009 and has
currently over 200 videos with 16,000 plus subscribers. Video
content include PMI news, special topics, and interviews with noted
project managers and business personalities.

92. ProjectManager.com[103]

Its series of Project Management Videos usually show a person
discussing PM practical tips, processes and principles all under 5
minutes. There are 320 videos with more than 100,000
subscribers.

93. PM Champion[104]

The channel began in 2010 and is from an e-learning and PMP exam
training company. It’s 21 videos deal mostly with descriptions of
project management professionals, the PMBOK, certification test as
well as practical guides on PM position.

94. iZenBridge[105]

iZenBridge Consultancy is an education provider registered with
the PMI and SCRUM Alliance. The company channel contains 433 videos
that present courses, webinars, and recorded Google Hangout
discussions on different project management topics.

95. Chris Croft[106]

Croft is a PM trainer and consultant to individuals and
companies. His channel began in December 2007 and has 112 videos
with more than 7,000 subscribers. Video content revolves around
project management, time management, sales, and other business
practices and principles.

96. International Institute
for Learning
[107]

IIL is a consulting, training, coaching and educational provider
for organizations and companies. Its channel has nearly 4,000
subscribers hosts over 300 short videos (mostly 30-second clips)
that contain advice from experts as well as practical PM tips.

97. Association for Project
Management
[108]

The channel is from channel is from APM.org.uk, the largest PM
professional association in Europe. It has some 3,700 subscribers
of its 333 videos pertaining to association news and
lectures/training on PM principles.

98. Scope Training[109]

The Australian training and consultancy firm specializes in
project management, organizational management, and workplace health
and safety. Its 94 videos include subjects on PM principles, goal
setting, project life cycle costing, and competency training, among
others.

99. Adept Knowledge[110]

Adept Knowledge Management, Ltd is a PM training and consultancy
firm. Although it only has 15 videos so far, it has already raked
in 82,000 views and 853 subscribers. Their videos are short
tutorials on specific topics like earned value analysis and
critical path analysis.

100. Bud
to Boss
[111]

The channel is based on the book From Bud to Boss co-authored by
Kevin Eikenberry and Guy Harris. There are 61 short 4-minute plus
videos that provide tips and solutions for new supervisors and
managers such as how to communicate with your team, handling a
difficult team member, leader’s role, coaching employees to the
next level, and many more.

There you go. The list, however, hasn’t even touched the tip of
the iceberg. And there may be so much more great sites that missed
our radar. If you got some suggestions to add to this list of
online project management resources, feel free to use the comment
section below.

Category: B2B News, Featured
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Search for “project management” online you’ll get 279,000,000
results! The Internet is a massive repository of information and
knowledge on anything, project management included. We dug deep and
searched far and wide (so you don’t have to) and came up with a
list of online project management tools, courses, tutorials,
training, guides and more to help you in your PM journey.

We will not claim this to be the greatest list for best online
project management resources you can find in the Internet, but
we’ve picked out some of the leading, popular, and most helpful
sites that you can visit to advance your project management skills
and learning as well as introduce you to the latest project
management tools, trends, and techniques. We’ve also included sites
where you can be with individuals, groups or communities that share
your passion and experiences on the diverse and encompassing
discipline of project management. Without further ado, let’s go
dive right in.

Our list of best online project management resources is divided
into following categories:

  1. Schools &
    Courses
    [1]
  2. Certification &
    Training
    [2]
  3. Guides &
    eBooks
    [3]
  4. Checklists &
    Toolkits
    [4]
  5. Platforms &
    Software
    [5]
  6. Blogs &
    Forums
    [6]
  7. Podcasts & Video
    Channels
    [7]

Schools & Courses

Among the most important steps in your PM action plan is getting
the right education. There are many schools that offer courses,
certificate programs, and degrees on project management which can
be taken remotely or online. There are also open universities and
colleges that provide quick online courses aligned with the Project
Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide
(PMBOK). Here are our selections.

1. Ashford
University
[8]
Online BA in
Project Management

Ashford University was established in Clinton, Iowa in 1918. Its
online Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Project Management is
designed to teach students the highly-technical aspects of project
management to prepare them for a project manager career. Topics
covered in coursework required for the degree include project
control, quality assurance, business policy, cost management, risk
analysis, team development, and leadership, among others.

2Bellevue
University
[9]
Online BS in
Project Management

Bellevue University was founded by the Bellevue, Nebraska
Chamber of Commerce in 1966. Its Bachelor of Science degree in
Project Management prepars you to manage and lead project teams
across a spectrum of business environments. Coursework blends
business and leadership principles with the strategies and skills
it takes as a project management professional.

3. Capella University[10] Online MBA
in Project Management

The University’s online MBA in Project Management degree program
equips you with leadership and team-development skills, and helps
you master project procurement, solicitation, planning, management,
and control. This specialization is accredited by the PMI
Global Accreditation Center for Project Management (GAC).

4. George Washington
University
[11]
– Masters of
Science in Project Management

The GW School of business has been a pioneer of distance
learning since 1998 ad its MSPM program is a state-of-the-art
curriculum that goes beyond the PMBOK and exposes you to
international methodologies, decision sciences and advanced project
management applications.

5. Boston
University
[12]
– Masters of
Science in Project Management

US News & World Report in 2014 ranked BU as having the 8th
best online business program. Its PMI accredited MSPM prepares
graduates to manage complex projects, facilitate communication
between the project team and clients, and balance competing demands
among scope, time, cost, and quality.

6. Stevens Institute of Technology[13] Master in
Enterprise Project Management

The school is based in New Jersey but the Masters course is
entirely online and the curriculum concentrates on business,
technical and leadership skills to ensure that graduates can direct
complex, enterprise-level initiatives on time and on budget.

7. Penn
State World Campus
[14]
Master of
Project Management

Penn State is a PMI-Registered Education Provider and its online
MPM is 30-credit degree program which you can complete in as little
as two years, providing you a thorough understanding of all aspects
of project-management theory and practice.

8. American Management Association[15]

Aside from being a leading business management association and
resource, AMA has self-guided online project management courses and
study programs offered as alternative to university courses, and
cover areas outlined in the PMBOK.

9. MIT
OpenCourseWare
[16]

One of the best schools in the world is also one of the best
online course providers. MIT’s Sloan School of Business has made
available for free under the OpenCourseWare over 60 archived
courses (50 graduate-level, 10 undergraduate-level) that cover a
wide range of topics and specializations in project management.

10. Open2Study[17]

Open2Study offers free online project management classes taught
through leading Australian universities. Courses are handled by
professionals with real-world experiences and cover a variety of
topics to help you become a skilled and successful project
leader.

Certification &
Training

To further equip you, beef up your credentials, and open more
opportunities down the line in your project management career, you
need to have the proper certification, competencies, skills
training, and/or specialization. There are numerous certification
and training providers out there that you can choose from.
Determine which ones suit you best.

11. Learning Tree[18]

Learning Tree International offers online trainings as well as
specialist and expert certification in project management. These
certification courses help acquire additional knowledge and develop
your skills in handling various PM tasks.

12. Essentials of Project
Management Series – 
PMI[19][20]

This online, self-paced course provided by PMI imparts
fundamentals of managing projects, with focus on preparing you for
the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) credential
exam.

13. Fundamentals of Successful Project
Management
[21]

The training course by SkillPath is intended for those who
direct or manage projects and will equip them with the useful
tools, knowledge, insights and skills to make them outstanding
project managers.

14. Project Management Training[22]

Offered by Global Knowledge with PMP certified instructors,
the self-paced courses cover Agile, Project Portfolio Management,
preventing project failure, and managing high-risk projects. Ther
is also a comprehensive course as prep for CAPM exam.

15. Project Management Fundamentals[23]

The six-week course from ed2go is led by an experienced PM
professional who will help you master the essentials of project
management. You will learn the concepts needed to plan, implement,
control and close any type of project.

16. Passionate Project
Manager
[24]

PPM is a PMI-registered education provider that has a wide
selection of learning modules for on-site trainings, classes,
earning PDUs, and live online prep courses for a host of
certification and professional PM exams.

17. RMC
Project Management
[25]

RMC is a learning solutions provider that hosts live,
instructor-led remote classes on project management. Online classes
utilize live chat, virtual white boards, and file sharing to
connect instructors and student in a collaborative environment.

18. Udemy Project Management
Training 
[26]

Udemy is a global marketplace for learning with over 55,000
courses taught by experts. It offers on-demand courses on project
planning and integration as well as a Project Management master
class and prep for PMP/CAPM exam.

19. PDUs2Go.com[27]

The site is managed by PM Professional Jennifer Bridges and
extends self-paced Category A Project Development Unit (PDU)
courses that can be purchased, delivered to your location, and
completed at your own convenience.

20. Prodevia Learning[28]

Provedia’s courses are geared towards experienced project
managers for their advanced professional development. You get to
have a personal instructor and unlimited amount of time to complete
coursework. They also provide certification program for
Professional Project Executive (PPE).

Guides and eBooks

Guides, tutorials and ebooks on project management provide you
with continuous learning and development. These resources are
readily available online, downloadable, and some are even free.
Here’s a sampling of the best that’s out there.

21. A
Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge
[29]
issued by
PMI

The PMBOK Guide 5th edition covers everything that
pertains to general project management and is the product of
collaboration and knowledge of working project managers. It is an
essential resource for project managers and serves as study guide
for those taking the PMP and CAPM project management certification.
Although generally a dry read, it happens to be the material which
the ISO adapted for its project management standards.

22. Project Management Absolute Beginner’s Guide[30] by Gregory
Horine

The author is a PMP and IT PM professional with over two decades
of experience which he shares with new PMs who haven’t handled
projects yet but need immediate pointers. It is meant as a fast and
easy guide to master every project management task, from budgeting
and scheduling, to project execution and managing teams, up to
closing projects, and learning from experience.

23. Principles of Project Management[31] by Paul Newton
and Helen Bristoll

This book aims to familiarize managers with project management
roles, terms and processes. It is part of a series of PM books
written by the same authors. Other books include Managing a Project
Team, Managing the Project Scope, Managing the Project Schedule,
Managing the Project Budget, and more.

24. Introduction to Agile Methods[32] by Sondra
Ashmore Ph.D.

Agile is
an approach to software development that
builds software incrementally from the start of the
project, instead of trying to deliver it all at once. This book
introduces you to the most important agile methodologies (Scrum,
Kanban, XP, FDD, Lean, Crystal, etc.) used in project management,
showing you how to set processes, and how varying roles should
collaborate.

25. Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams [33]by Tom DeMarco
& Timothy Lister

The book takes a look at the social side of software
development, with the authors expounding that major problems are
sociological rather than technical in nature and backing up their
claim with statistics, research, and anecdotes. It tackles
workspace theory, corporate entropy, group chemistry, work
environment, and many more.

26. Creativity Inc [34]by Amy Wallace
& Edwin Catmull

Ed Catmull is a computer scientist and currently heads Pixar,
the animation studio which he co-founded in 1974. The book takes
readers through his career and shares how he managed creative
teams, delivered projects, and worked with the likes of Steve Jobs
and George Lucas. It contains real-world examples of management and
how to nurture an innovative culture.

27. The
Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles from the World’s Greatest
Manufacturer 
[35]
by Jeffrey K.
Liker

The Toyota Way revolutionized the manufacturing industry and
this book is the full story of the management principles that made
Toyota what it is now – a global company and world-class car maker.
Even if you are not into production, you’ll learn a lot of concepts
used in project management that were pioneered by Toyota such as
Kanban, JIT, 4P, 5S, quality management, visual control, continuous
improvement, and many others.

28. The
Essential Drucker 
[36]
by Peter F.
Drucker

Peter Drucker is the father of modern management and this
classic is a compilation of his most important writings for the
past 60 years that studied and analyzed how management principles
and practices affect the performance of individuals, organizations
and society. It will stay a relevant and invaluable read for
decades to come.

29. The
Complete Guide to Managing Digital Projects
[37]

by Aleksandar Olic

This free book contains all the essential things you need to
know to successfully finish digital projects (which are different
from traditional ones), get paid, and make your clients happy. You
will learn how to how to work with clients, how to plan and monitor
progress using agile methods, and how to get your team going.

30. Project Management Lite: Just Enough to Get the Job
Done…Nothing More
[38]
by Juana Clark
Craig

Craig draws on over two and half decades of project management
experience working for Fortune 500 companies. This book is targeted
for beginners, those who have to manage one project at a time, and
those who did not plan to be PM from the start (also called
accidental project managers). It features easy-to-use,
step-by-step, plain English guide to project management to help
readers hit the ground running.

31. 97 Things Every Software
Project Manager Should Know
[39]
by O’Reilly
Media

This is available as a webcast and free pdf download and is a
compilation of 97 short and practical tips from some of the world’s
most experienced software and product development managers. The
book includes realistic secrets often taken for granted in global
approaches, as well as principles in getting the job done.

32. Why
Projects Fail
[40]
by Uladzislau
Shauchenka

We applaud successful projects but there are also lessons to be
learned from those that are not. Why Projects Fail offers an
informative and entertaining read to increase your understanding
of what went wrong with projects that did not make it. You’ll
learn from best practices, suggestions for avoiding common
pitfalls, case studies and analysis of failed projects from all
industries, and words of wisdom from PM and business gurus.

Checklists & Toolkits

Checklists and toolkits are project management resources which
can be found online with some available for free. A PM checklist is
important before you start a project or once you take over an
existing project. It’s you’re blueprint to guide you on the
project’s objectives and requirements, making sure that everything
you need is in place. Toolkits make your work easier and usually
consist of customized forms and document templates that you’ll use
for various stages and aspects of the project (planning,
estimating, scheduling, monitoring, analyzing,
etc). 

33. Project Management
Docs
[41]

A collection of free PM templates organized according to PMBOK
process group and developed by PMP certified project managers.

34. ProjectManagement.com
Templates
[42]

Before you go searching anywhere else, PMI itself suggests you
visit ProjectManagement.com where you can access over 1,000
templates plus checklists, project plans and presentations.

35. Project Management
Templates
[43]

Provided by ProjectManager.com for free, these detailed
templates include charts, forms, and tables that cover every stage
of the project lifecycle.

36. UC Santa Cruz Project
Toolkit
[44]

These customized PM templates include documents, flowcharts and
spreadsheets, and are organized according to project lifecycle from
start to completion.

37. Project Connections PM
Templates
[45]

Real-world downloadable project templates such as forms,
checklists, worksheets as well as  guidelines with tips on
how, why, and when to use them.

38. PM
Templates from A Girl’s Guide to PM
[46]

Resources from A Girl’s Guide to PM including free checklist and
templates for PM processes such as status report, action log,
communications calendar, and more.

39. Project Management Checklists for Dummies[47]

A compilation of simplified to-do lists, hands-on checklists and
helpful guidance for managing every phase of a project from start
to finish.

40. MyManagementGuide.com
Templates
[48]

The site makes available over two dozen templates for project
management and business management which are helpful to those
looking for useful tools and methods.

41. Project Management – Templates, Checklists &
Tips
[49]

A compilation of PM templates, checklists, and practical tips to
help project managers plan, implement and manage projects
professionally.

42. Construction Project Management Templates &
Toolkit
[50]

A comprehensive set of pre-built Excel templates specifically
intended for construction projects which by nature are difficult to
manage. It makes it easy to create timelines, track progress,
manage documentation, and organize details.

Platforms & Software

These are some of the most important tools of the trade which
you as project manager should be familiar with. You do not have to
master all of these apps, since some of them are already complete
project management solutions. One study revealed that 95% of
project managers use one or two software in their work. Suffice to
say that these solutions will save you time and effort, and help
you greatly in your tasks. For a more detailed list of
products you can check out our project management
software
[51] category.

43. Wrike[52]

Wrike is a leading cloud-based project management and
collaboration software that provides visibility into team
projects, simplifies planning, and streamlines workflows.

44. Monday[53]

Formerly known as daPulse, it is a collaboration and
communication app to get your team members working efficiently in
sync from a single platform.

45. Freshservice[54]

This IT Service Desk platform includes a complete project
management toolkit to enable greater collaboration and align your
IT to your business goals.

46. FunctionFox[55]

The project management and time-tracking software helps you
accurately track all your projects from concept to completion,
reduce admin time, and increase productivity.

47. Zoho Projects[56]

Zoho Projects enables you to plan your project activities,
assign work, manage resources and collaborate with your team better
to get things done on time.

48. Genius Project[57]

A flexible SaaS or on-premise option, Genius Project is an
enterprise project management software with reporting and real-time
collaboration features.

49. Azendoo[58]

The project management and collaboration platform groups all
your teamwork in one place, enabling you to plan, share and get
organized together.

50. ProofHub[59]

All-in-one project management software that facilitates creating
plans, collaborating with teams and clients, keeping things
organized, and delivering projects on time.

51. Scoro[60]

A comprehensive, cloud-based business management software and
work management solution designed to streamline work and eliminate
routine tasks.

52. Microsoft Project &
Portfolio Management
[61]

A solution to help project managers and teams get started
quickly and execute projects with ease through built-in templates,
familiar scheduling tools, and access across devices.

Blogs & Forums

There are over 440 million blogs, and that’s on WordPress,
Tumblr and Squarespace alone. The actual number is likely much
higher. Blogs are a treasure trove of information on every possible
topic. There are multitudes of PM-related blogs out there, but
we’ve filtered our search down to some of the most informative,
interesting, and insightful blogs. Here are our top reads.

53. Projects at Work at ProjectManagement.com[62]

The best minds in the PM industry come together to offer proven
and practical advice to help you accomplish project management
tasks. It’s a goldmine of resources if somewhere along the road
you’re not sure how to manage a project and need timely and
relevant pointers.

54. ProjectManager.com[63]

The PM software provider’s blog is stacked with advices, tips
and strategies from experts to help you successfully manage
projects, lead teams and be more productive. Regardless of what PM
app you use, the blog is a wellspring of resources for getting your
PM tasks done.

55. Project Lab[64]

The blog is about project collaboration tools, trends and
insights as well as case studies and statistics on project
management. You’ll get to learn how the industry operates, how to
make project improvements, and overcome challenges in the way.

56. Bob Sutton[65]

Sutton is a Stanford professor and author of best selling books
“Good Boss Bad Boss” and “Scaling Up Excellence.” He has tons of
experience working as a project manager and has been blogging about
project management, work performance, and leadership.

57. PMStudent[66]

The site offers project management courses and its blog contains
a collection of project management fundamentals for beginners.
Although articles are written by professionals, they offer the
basics and initial experiences from the time they were starting out
in the industry.

58. A Girl’s Guide to Project
Management
[67]

It’s the female perspective on the world of project management
with a collection of PM articles tailored for women in the
industry. The blog is a hub of guides and advice for women who want
to know all about project management while sharing with others what
they know.

59. Better Projects[68]

Blog writer Craig Brown experiment with different approaches and
techniques on project management them shares with readers the
results. Veteran project managers looking to enhance their projects
can pick some deep and detailed strategies from Brown’s
findings.

60. Finding Marbles[69]

Blog publisher Corinna Bauldauf is an ex developer, ex UX
designer, ex Scrum master, ex product owner and ex agile coach from
Germany. She and her contributors aim to make project management
simpler and faster, offering tons of practical advice.

61. Project Management
Hacks
[70]

The blog combines practical tips and inspirational guides to
help you in your projects or in whatever project management
situation you’re in. It shares stories of success and failures to
help you learn how to deliver projects that matter.

62. PM Box[71]

The collection of blogs from Genius Project, a PM software
provider, is intended for beginners and established project
managers. Topics cover financial planning, overcoming challenges,
managing teams, and more. It’s also a resource for those looking to
hire project managers.

63. Pmtips[72]

This is probably one of the ultimate “How To” blogs when it
comes to project management. It includes a wide a range of trending
PM-related topics during the time of writing, making it ideal for
both starters and veterans in the world of project management.

64. Workzone[73]

The Workzone blog is a collection of comprehensive writings on
project management, marketing, business, and higher education. It
covers in detail every aspect of project management through
tutorials, guides, tips and advices.

65. The Digital Project
Manager
[74]

With a tagline “Freshly Baked, Digital Project Management
Goodness”, the entire DPM site is a repository of hundreds of
helpful and relevant blogs on project management software, tools,
resources, how-to guides, PM jobs, and trainings.

66. Ron Rosenhead[75]

Rosenhead draws on his 15 years involvement in project
management to provide much needed advice to those wanting to learn
the ins and outs of the industry. His topics revolve around how to
handle and manage projects, risks, stakeholders, sponsors,
strategies, benefits and training.

67. Project Management
Hut
[76]

PMHut is targeted at veteran project managers who need advice on
software and apps and how to accomplish certain tasks. There are
also software reviews and extras like tips on leadership tips, work
practices, and managing a team, among others.

68. How to Manage a
Camel
[77]

Don’t be misled by the title. This blog covers all aspects of
project management – from the basics to the more advanced topics,
and everything in between. It offers PM event news, software
advice, trending PM concepts, career guides, and many more.

69. Guerilla Project
Management
[78]

GPM was started by Samad Aidane, a certified PMP who has
provided international consulting services. There are guest
bloggers aside from Aidane but the general content is about
insights on how project management is evolving and how to manage
today’s complex projects.

70. This Digital
Adventure
[79]

The blog touches on digital marketing, project management,
eCommerce, and technology, both at work and in everyday life. Since
technology is an important component of project management, the
blog keeps you updated on new trends in project management software
and platforms.

71. Project Bliss[80]

This collection of blogs from Leigh Espy provides tools and tips
about building your confidence as a project manager, growing
experience, and expanding your client base. It’s a guide for
beginners wanting to have a solid start in the industry.

72. Easy in theory, difficult
in practice
[81]

Kiron Bondale’s blog offers “thoughts on project portfolio and
change management challenges.” Bondale has handled several
mid-to-large sized changed management projects, and worked in
various professional services project management capacities.

Online forums and communities are where you get to be with
individuals who have the same interest as yours. It’s the place to
learn and share lessons and experiences, and get first-hand
knowledge, news, and trends. Some of the largest and most engaging
online PM groups out there are hosted by social media sites and PM
software platforms. Here’s our selection.

73. The Project Manager
Network 
[82]
(851,961
members)

This LinkedIn group could well be the biggest online community
for project managers. PMN is affiliated
with ProjectManagers.net and helps members looking for PM jobs
and those researching PM certifications in the US, Canada, UK,
India, and Europe.

74. Project Manager
Community 
[83]
(346,664
members)

The group is connected with ProjectManager.com and is a leading
community site for programme and portfolio management professionals
seeking jobs, networks, and discussions on PMBOK PDUs, PMP
certifications, software development, and methodologies.

75. PMI Project, Program and
Portfolio Management 
[84]
(210,560
members)

PMI’s official group on LinkedIn is your go-to community
for career advancement. The global community aims is to support
fellow members through networking, idea sharing, problem solving,
and giving career advice and assistance.

76. The SAP Fan Club Forum
Total
[85]
(159,621
members)

Dubbed as the “most active SAP community in the net”, this group
is not affiliated with SAP AG, the third largest maker of
enterprise business applications. Without doubt, project managers
have used SAP industry solutions one way or the other, so this
forum is a helpful information source.

77. PMO – Project Management
Office 
[86]
(104,730
members)

Another big LinkedIn group is that of the PMO – Project
Management Office community which is the largest global association
dedicated to PMO matters and topics such as tools and services.

78. Planning Planet
Forum
[87]
(69,800
members)

Described as the “best planners, schedulers and project
controllers network”, the popular forum has over 20,000 topics on
planning, scheduling, programming, forensic claims, risk analysis
and resource usage, and many others.

79. @APMProjectMgmt[88] (17,000
followers)

The Association for Project Management at Twitter is stocked
with 876 photos and videos. The UK-based APM is the largest
grouping of professional project managers in Europe and boasts of
22,000 individual and 550 corporate members.

80. Engineering Project
Management Forum
[89]
(11,716
members)

Topics in this forum range from careers (aeronautic to
structural engineers) to engineering trends, strategies, and
methods. If you have project management queries related to
engineering, this forum may have the
answers. 

Podcasts & Video
Channels

Consider these 2017 stats – half of all US homes are
podcast fans
[90] and 40% of the US
population has listened to a podcast. In fact, 67 million listen to
podcasts at least every month, and 42 million listen weekly.
Podcast listening has steadily been growing at 10% to 20% every
year and has become a favorite information medium. The following PM
podcasts are among our favorites.

81. Project Management Institute Podcasts[91]

PMI doesn’t have a regular podcast show, but that may change
with its Projectified Podcast program launched only this October
2017. The podcasts share insights, perspectives and real-world
experiences to help individual project mangers meet today’s
challenges.

82. The 5 Minutes Project
Management Podcast
[92]

Ricardo Vargas has been publishing this podcast since 2007 and
has accumulated some 400 episodes discussing a whole range of
topics related to project management and specifically focusing on
practical ways to handle projects, portfolio, and risk
management.

83. The PM Podcast[93]

One of the most prolific PM podcast programs with more than 300
episodes to date, host Cornelius Fichtner talks with  noted
project managers, and partners with The PM PrepCast to help
individuals for the PMP exam and earn Professional Development
Units (PDUs) required for maintaining PMI-certified
credentials.

84. Project Management
Paradise
[94]

This podcast is presented by Cora Systems, a provider of PM
software. It delivers real project management insights from experts
around the world discussing PM methodologies, product management,
PM software, organizational leadership, and more.

85. PM for the Masses
Podcast
[95]

The show is already at its 101st episode as of
November 20, 2017. Podcast host Cesar Abeid taps experts for tips
to improve project management expertise, and also shares his own
personal experiences about project management successes and
failures.

86. People and Projects
Podcast
[96]

With new 30 to 60-minute episodes released every 3 to 4 weeks,
host Andy Kaufman interviews PM gurus, authors and personalities
for their take on leadership vis-à-vis project management,
providing insights on how to deliver projects and lead teams.

87. The Sensible Project
Manager Podcast
[97]

Host Mark Phillipy provides an insiders edge to project
management sharing experiences from his 15 years as PM. He also
interviews and gets insights from noted project managers and
business leaders.

88. Project Management War Stories[98]

Wayne Thompson shares lessons picked up from both successful and
failed projects, and gets the most seasoned and recognized PM
practitioners to provide solutions on industry-specific business
problems.

89. The Project Management
Debate Podcast
[99]

In this weekly podcast has Philip and Mary Elizabeth Diab
explore different topics related to project management,
transformation, strategy, and leadership. The 20-25 minute podcast
includes a key question that is debated by the hosts.

90. The
Lazy Project Manager Podcast
[100]

Host Peter Taylor is an author, blogger, and lecturer, and
has been tagged as “perhaps the most entertaining and
inspiring speaker in the project management world today.” His
lifelong mission is to teach people that it is possible to work
smarter and not harder and still be successful in life and
work.

Video of course is king. YouTube alone gets 30 million visitors
watching almost a billion videos every single day. As of 2017,
six out of 10 people
prefer watching online videos
[101] to live TV. When it
comes to project management, here are our go-to video channels on
YouTube.

91. Project Management
Institute
[102]

The largest membership association for professional project
managers started its YouTube channel in October 2009 and has
currently over 200 videos with 16,000 plus subscribers. Video
content include PMI news, special topics, and interviews with noted
project managers and business personalities.

92. ProjectManager.com[103]

Its series of Project Management Videos usually show a person
discussing PM practical tips, processes and principles all under 5
minutes. There are 320 videos with more than 100,000
subscribers.

93. PM Champion[104]

The channel began in 2010 and is from an e-learning and PMP exam
training company. It’s 21 videos deal mostly with descriptions of
project management professionals, the PMBOK, certification test as
well as practical guides on PM position.

94. iZenBridge[105]

iZenBridge Consultancy is an education provider registered with
the PMI and SCRUM Alliance. The company channel contains 433 videos
that present courses, webinars, and recorded Google Hangout
discussions on different project management topics.

95. Chris Croft[106]

Croft is a PM trainer and consultant to individuals and
companies. His channel began in December 2007 and has 112 videos
with more than 7,000 subscribers. Video content revolves around
project management, time management, sales, and other business
practices and principles.

96. International Institute
for Learning
[107]

IIL is a consulting, training, coaching and educational provider
for organizations and companies. Its channel has nearly 4,000
subscribers hosts over 300 short videos (mostly 30-second clips)
that contain advice from experts as well as practical PM tips.

97. Association for Project
Management
[108]

The channel is from channel is from APM.org.uk, the largest PM
professional association in Europe. It has some 3,700 subscribers
of its 333 videos pertaining to association news and
lectures/training on PM principles.

98. Scope Training[109]

The Australian training and consultancy firm specializes in
project management, organizational management, and workplace health
and safety. Its 94 videos include subjects on PM principles, goal
setting, project life cycle costing, and competency training, among
others.

99. Adept Knowledge[110]

Adept Knowledge Management, Ltd is a PM training and consultancy
firm. Although it only has 15 videos so far, it has already raked
in 82,000 views and 853 subscribers. Their videos are short
tutorials on specific topics like earned value analysis and
critical path analysis.

100. Bud
to Boss
[111]

The channel is based on the book From Bud to Boss co-authored by
Kevin Eikenberry and Guy Harris. There are 61 short 4-minute plus
videos that provide tips and solutions for new supervisors and
managers such as how to communicate with your team, handling a
difficult team member, leader’s role, coaching employees to the
next level, and many more.

There you go. The list, however, hasn’t even touched the tip of
the iceberg. And there may be so much more great sites that missed
our radar. If you got some suggestions to add to this list of
online project management resources, feel free to use the comment
section below.

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