My Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2015

I am on a mission to help project managers craft a life that they love out of what they do. Thank you for allowing me to serve you this year. Approximately 33,000 visitors came to my website this year, up from 20,773 visitors in 2014. Visitors spent an average of four and one-half minutes per visit.

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The top countries and the number of visitors were:

  • The United States – 13,623
  • Canada = 1,747
  • The United Kingdom – 1,649
  • India – 1,412
  • Australia – 1,241

Here were the top 10 posts and the number of visits:

  1. 10 Things Successful Projects Managers Never Tolerate – 3,538
  2. How to Develop a Project Charter – 1,853
  3. 10 Remarkable Ways to Build an Amazing Project Culture – 1,396
  4. Five Things to Start and Five Things to Stop in Project Meetings – 1,130
  5. 7 Ways to Treat Risks – 890
  6. Evaluating Risks Using Qualitative Risk Analysis – 847
  7. How to Determine Project Budget Reserves – 840
  8. 10 Mistakes Unhappy Project Managers Make – 745
  9. 50 Quick Risk Management Tips – 715
  10. How to Build and Use a Risk Register – 705

Greater Focus on Risk Management

Most of your project problems can be avoided or greatly reduced through risk management. In 2016, I will provide more resources on how to identify, evaluate, respond to, and control project risks.

Join me for the upcoming project risk management series. For the next five months, I will focus on the following topics:

  • January 2016 – Planning for Risk Management
  • February 2016 – Identifying Risks
  • March 2016 – Evaluating Risks
  • April 2016 – Responding to Risks
  • May 2016 – Controlling Risks

Please let your peers and friends know about this upcoming series by sharing this post!

Project Risk Management Survey. I would love to have your feedback on what interests you most about project risk management. Click here to complete a quick survey and be entered in a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card. I will share the results in an upcoming blog post. The survey will end Friday, January 15, 2016.

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