PMP Project Management Blog is a blog from PM CAMPUS, an online warehouse of tips and advice on study materials in preparation for the PMP and CAPM certification exam, including a wealth of practice questions.
A relatively recent addition to the PPM Community, PMP Project Management Blog premiered in April 2011 and currently updates with three posts every week. “We started the blog to offer an additional resource for project managers, and project managers in training,” says PMCAMPUS founder Kahina Morriset, who doubles as the blog supervisor and a renowned e-Learning producer. “Our goal is to be a valuable resource to individuals in the project management field, offering our experience, advice and training.”
Kahina’s expertise and achievement is a big driving force for the blog’s potential. A 2007 MBA graduate from McGill University, Kahina has maintained her PMP credential since 2005. She has produced several award winning multimedia training CD and WebBased training products spanning a variety of diverse industries. Her peers have taken notice: her career recognition includes being the 2001 recipient of the esteemed “1001 Talent Award”, and a nominated finalist for the Multimedia Mobius Prize. Kahina is dedicated to leverage internet capabilities and find new ways to design, develop and deliver high quality and low cost eLearning solutions to promote learning and empower people.
Kahina puts the focus on the interest of her early followers of the blog, especially those by way of Twitter.
“The blog is a mix of project management advice on leadership techniques, study tips for the PMP exam, guidance for new project managers, and reviews on the latest in technology for all project managers and their teams,” she says. “Our Twitter followers are so great. Everytime we post, they are right there to read the articles, retweet and talk to the project management community about the content. There’s a lot of great project managers on Twitter, as well as project managers in training! They offer opinions, advice and feedback which helps to make our programs stronger. We’re proud to be a part of such a great community.”
That great community has devoured one particular post on PMP development as the most popular on the site, as well as one of her own favourites…
Other favourites include the following two:
Kahina Morriset and the PMP Project Management Blog can be monitored regularly on Twitter @PMCAMPUS.
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