We learned something very interesting when we released the Guide to Project Management recently. People want to learn about Project Management and are looking for a good place find quality instruction on the topic.
So far the Guide to Project Management has been read by over 60,000 people! We received an incredible amount of positive feedback with readers requesting more useful content like this. So, we put our heads together and have been hard at work on creating something special.
After months of hard work, we are excited to announce the launch of The Project Management Learning Center. This is being pioneered by the team here at TeamGantt with the help of Brett Harned. We even asked our friend Kevin Sharon to completely redesign the blog and to create this new learning center. So far, we have already primed the Project Management Learning Center with:
For over 5 years we have been committed to creating software that project managers love. The software has continued to grow in popularity with thousands of customers in over 60 countries around the world. Now, we want to extend that to also include educating and teaching people how to manage projects. There are so many techniques and best practices that can help smooth out your projects and make your life easier as a PM. So now, we don’t want to just create beautiful project scheduling software, we want to also serve the community of Project Management by providing killer content on a regular basis.
The good news is that all of this content will be completely free! We’ll pull in expert teachers, create the videos, write the posts and do our best to teach without this costing you a penny.
There’s two ways that we need your help to make get this community kick started.
1) Please tell others and help spread the word. Click here to tweet about it! ...please :)
2) Tell us what’s hard for you in project management. What topics would you like to see us teach? Do you like guides, videos, blog posts? Let us know in the comments below!
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