Are you spending the last day of most holiday vacations traveling, tossing, or turning? Well, boredom and monkey-mind be banished! Put your travel time to good use by catching up on what you might have missed in 2017, learn new ways to drive IMPACT in your organization and careers.

Here are the articles shared in 2017:

Project Management Day of Service® 2017 (It’s not too late to sign up for 2018!)

Fight, Flight or Freeze – Resistance to Implementing PM Practices

Are you owning the project management process, or are they?

The Project Doesn’t Start at Charter

Top 10 Mistakes PMO / PM Leaders are Making (and how to solve them TODAY)

Focus Driven Change: Change Management Lessons from Ordinary Life

Why You Shouldn’t Outsource Your PMO

What to Look for When Hiring a PMO/PM Consultant

The Project Doesn’t End with Closure

Are you doing progressive elaboration or perpetual elaboration?

Stakeholder Engagement

The culture made me do it!

Quick Tip: Explaining the value of Project Management to “non-believers”

Addressing Process Non-Compliance

What is a PMO and do I need one?

Because I wish I had me when I was you…

Are you a Project Manager or an IMPACT Driver?

Hot Topic: Process Discipline

What happens when you rescue your project team members?

5 Steps to Avoid Rescuing Project Team Members

From Project Manager to IMPACT Driver: Accelerating Your Project Management Career

Hot Topic: PMO

Even Planners Need to do Planning

Does a PMO need a charter? Probably not.

Hot Topic: PMO Startup

Top 10 Mistakes PMO Leaders Are Making and How to Fix Them

Quick Tip: Stop Calling Yourself a Project Manager

Did You Know That Project Management Can Change the World?

The Big Credibility Differentiator

Top 5 of 2017

The year 2017 came full circle, beginning and ending not only how to drive IMPACT in your organization and career, but also how project management can make an IMPACT in the community. Cheers to a bright 2018!

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