The PMI Leadership Institute Meeting this year was very active online. It was unlike anything I have ever seen. Here are my top picks for commentary and articles on the events.
Blog posts
The official PMI blog covered Malcolm Gladwell’s presentation. [link removed June 2020, since it’s no longer available.]
Robert Prol writes about work/life balance during a business trip.
Thomas Juli shares his experiences and offers insights from Congress via his blog. Slideshare has his presentation, The 5 Team Leadership Principles for Project Success.
Videos
Watch PMI’s interview with Roberto Toledo, winner at the PMI 2011 Awards Ceremony (link removed 26/5/15 as it’s no longer working).
Here’s a video on conflict management in projects, made at Congress by Dux Raymond Sy.
Photos
Global Knowledge’s photos are available here
Michele Sliger took a picture of teams participating in an agile planning exercise.
You can find official photos from PMI on Facebook.
Podcasts
Ricardo Viana Vargas has created a podcast about Congress.
From me
I also covered the Leadership Institute Meeting here at A Girl’s Guide to Project Management.
Video diary: Leadership Institute Meeting Day 1
Video diary: Leadership Institute Meeting Day 2
Video diary: Congress Day 1
Video diary: Congress Day 2
Video diary: Congress Day 3
Both Malcolm Gladwell’s presentation about Gantthead and Elyse Nielson’s presentation on Myths about Sponsorship were topics I wrote about. I also wrote about Gantthead’s idea of a Results Management Office.
PMTips.com:
I covered the new PMI ethics decision-making framework. This was discussed at Leadership Institute Meeting. (updated April 20,21, link removed because it is no more available).
I wrote about Kris Reynold’s presentation on workplace trends. (updated April 20,21, link removed because it’s no longer available)
David Davis spoke on inspiring your team. I was also able to attend the session. (Updated April 20,21: Link removed, it is no more available.
What other write-ups and photos have you seen about Congress or the LIM? Leave a comment below.