The Art of Project Management: Expert advice from experienced project managers in Silicon Valley, and around the world
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TwitterContentWho is talking about what. No not about Thanksgiving Turkey in the United States but about Project Management.

This post summarizes the Project Management content areas  and individuals that have attracted the most attention on Twitter over the week ending 24th November.  17,800 tweets were  archived using the Scraperwiki tool using the search term “Project Management” , #pmot and #agile over the period of 18th to 24th November.  Duplicates were removed using excel and text analysis of both content and hashtags was done using Voyant tools.

Figure 1 and Table 2 presents a word cloud and frequency table based on key terms discussed on Twitter. Team, leadership and personal development topics dominate the online discourse.  Is this what is on your mind?  Comments, I mean, tweets are welcome!

Table 2: Keyword Frequency

Keyword Frequency
team

384

skills

350

development

343

#pmp

328

training

327

best

299

work

293

senior

264

director

261

change

256

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About the Author

Rosemary trains IT project teams on delivering project success by improving business analysis and project management practices. She is founder of Project Management Perspectives LLC consulting and training in both the commercial and government sectors. She led many global software and hardware projects; created PMO's, and conducted project assessments. Rosemary speaks at conferences on the topics on Planning for Project Success and is a co-author of Unearthing Business Requirements, Elicitation Tools and Techniques and Organizational Project Management (June 2010) Rosemary received her B.S. from Oregon State University and M.B.A. from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California. She is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and implemented the Tools and Techniques initiative of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI).
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