PM Happy Hour is the place for frank and honest discussion about real world issues in project management. We do it in a way that’s not too dry, though it may get a bit salty from time to time. Each episode, your hosts Kim Essendrup and Kate Anderson we will cover a problem faced in project management today, and share practical advice, real-life examples and the occasional project horror story. Not only that, but every podcast is also an online class! Our host is a PMI Registered Education Provider, who has structured each podcast as an easy-to-listen-to lesson. To get credit, go to our web site at PMHappyHour.com, purchase your class, take the test (based on the content from our podcast) and you get your PDU certificate instantly!
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Being a project manager is tough. You are assigned a team of people who may never have with each other (or you) before, and you need to lead them to accomplish a task, solve a problem, or create a new deliverable. And by definition, this is a unique ... more
It can be hard getting a project started correctly: getting the right executive and stakeholder sponsorship and support, getting them all to agree on the scope and approach, getting funding, approvals, and all the other things required to get a proje... more
Projects are hard. And a lot of them - maybe most of them - fail to live up to their expectations. Missed timelines, quality issues, budget overages, customer dissatisfaction - it seems sometimes like projects miss the mark more often than they hit i... more
This is a solid project management podcast with experienced hosts that know what they’re talking about. The topics are very relevant and timely. It took me an episode or two to get acclimated to the presentation style and format, but then I enjoyed it. I think some episodes degenerate into idle chatter and get off topic when they could be more organized and give listeners some anecdotes, mnemonics or adages that they can remember and apply at work.
SO GOOD. Fun, succinct, applicable project management advice in a laid back podcast between two friends who are super fun to listen to. Thanks Kate & Kim!
Kate and Kim are so insightful, and they keep content fresh with great interviews and helpful frameworks to make PM life much easier. The best episode is the D&D one!
(I’ve been managing IT projects since 1999. I got my PMP in 2014. I find the PMBOK and most webinars boring or a waste of time. ) more
Just found this podcast and have been bingeing. Excellent!
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Project Management Happy Hour launched 6 years ago and published 97 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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