There are countless project management experts in the Twitter-sphere who are tweeting cool strategies and awesome management tools right now.
Even if “project manager” isn’t in your title, chances are, at one point or another, you have been responsible for planning, executing and finishing up an project of some sort. When it comes to managing your project (whatever it may be), there’s always room for improvement. And if project management is actually part of your title (or career goal), then what are you waiting for? Joining in on the conversation is a must.
Learn from the pros about the best practices of managing a project by following these great project management tweeps:
- @RKelly976 – Not to be confused with R. Kelly the R&B artist, Robert Kelly is a fantastic resource for all things project management. He’s not only the managing partner of Kelly Solutions but also co-host of #PMChat every Friday from 12-1PM (EST).
- @RobPrinzo – Rob Prinzo is Kelly’s partner in leading the #PMChat. Prinzo is the author of No Wishing Required and founder and CEO of The Prinzo Group and senior consultant with the firm. You can definitely learn a thing or two about management from his regular updates via “Enterprise Tech Daily” tweets.
- @ThePMCoach – His twitter handle says it all. The PM Coach is the go-to resource for handling project pitfalls. Tweets are by Thomas Kennedy, a PMP certified project manager and founder of PMBookClub.com, a community of folks who are into talking about best project management practices.
- @thePMObox – Handled by Bernardo Tirado, PMP, you’ll fill your stream with a host of valuable resources, like links to project management podcasts, articles and more related Twitter chats. He often tweets links to his regular “Meet the Experts” episodes, where he introduces more experts in the field. He’s the project management expert that keeps on giving!
- @ProjectTips – This Twitter feed is run by the folks at ProjectManager.com. They tweet daily tidbits of advice and links to tools and advice articles, like “How to Use Timesheet Project Management Software.”