An interview with Pam Shergill, an Inspiring Women in Project Management.
Linky van der Merwe talks about project management in South Africa and her Success Stories Shared initiative.
Emma Seaton-Smith tells us about her path from jewellry making to project management and being nominated for the 2017 Rising Stars Award.
Kate Morris, MSP, MoP, CSM, is a practising project manager and an Inspiring Women in Project Management. She is the Conference Convener for PMI Australia Conference 2017. I spoke to Kate about her current role and what it means to be taking the stage in front of such a significant audience.
Today I’m interviewing Karen Chovan, MASc, PEng, PMP, who has dedicated her career to helping others deliver clean, lean and green approaches to project and programme management. Karen started out in heavy industry – mining – and is now Principal at Enviro Integration Strategies, a firm that helps companies get tangible value from doing the…
This inspiring woman in project management, Amy Hamilton, shares her experiences as a project manager in the US Army, for the government, and her Tedx Stuttgart talk.
An interview with Scrum Master and Women In Agile supporter Natalie Warnert, an Inspiring Woman in Project Management.
Today’s interview with Ellen Maynes shows that project management can be more than just building an IT system. It can also be used to broker world peace. Ellen is such an inspiration!
There’s a big project management community on Pinterest. I call out 12 of the best pinners to follow, all of whom are sharing great content about project management, change management, tools and collaboration.
Traci Duez has been inspiring women at work for years with her public speaking and consultancy work. Now she comes on to GirlsGuideToPM.com to talk about her journey into project management and beyond, and how her slightly unconventional career path was carved out as the perfect one for her. Traci also shares her tips for getting what you want from your career – go for it!
Jo Cox’s murder, and knowing that her children – one the same age as one of mine – will grow up without their mother, has affected me greatly. And at the same time I’m aware that the depth of my feelings is nothing compared to her friends, family, colleagues and those who knew her personally….
Christine Unterhitzenberger shares her experiences in industry and explains why she moved to academia (and why she’s going back to industry when her research is completed). Another inspiring interview in my series about women in project management.