If you hava any suggestion, please feel free to let us know,thanks.
My name is Emily and I head up the content department at ProjectManagementDegree.org. I’m writing to let you know about an article my team and I have published highlighting the 100 Top Sites for Effective Project Managers. You can view it here http://projectmanagementdegree.org/effective-manager
I was hoping you would take a quick look at our article. I feel it is great list that showcases resources useful for project managers and people looking to enter the field. The sites chosen for this list offer great advice and tools many project management approaches like traditional approach, PRiSM, critical chain project management, event chain methodology, process-based management, Agile project management etc.. I believe that the sites contained in the list can make even must seasoned project manager even better.
We’re excited about our list being a great resource for project management professionals. To that end we trying to spread the word about this list beyond our site’s readership. We are also looking for any potential additions to it. So, if you think that our list would be a good resource please don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions or feedback about our article or site in general.
I found one paper at this site (http://www.mypmhome.com/the-importance-of-daily-scrum/comment-page-1/#comment-6951) and found it is taken or rather copied from my below article:
You must mention the source of this article.
I would like to add a software tool:
how do I submit it?
pad file is: http://www.tasktrimmer.com/guidePAD.xml
Hi Sam, you can register as a contributor, then post the article, if the quality of it is ok, we’ll approve it. Thanks for your attention.
(Will not be published)
mypmhome.com is a site offering project managers access to a broad variety of resources to help them do their jobs more effectively.
It covers project management methodologies, project management certification, project management software, and project management best practice.