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Lindsay Scotthttp://www.arraspeople.co.uk/camel-blog/
Director of Arras People, the programme and project management recruitment specialists. Also blogging at How to Manage a Camel. Lindsay has also launched The PMO Conference

Over 70 project management bloggers came together on Wednesday 25th September at 1am GMT for the first ever Project Management Flashblog. The #pmflashblog was the brain child of Shim Marom, a project management blogger from Australia.

The idea of the #pmflashblog is to have a large number of bloggers post an article, in their respective blogs, on the same agreed theme and have them all publish their post at the same date and time.

Each PM blogger from around the globe each posted an article on the theme “What does project management mean to me” and all went live with their contributions at the same time.

The results of the #pmflashblog is an ecletic mix ranging from project management as a life skill; neurology; a Requiem for the Project Manager and the Swiss Army Knife of leadership.

To take a look at the full list of contributors – pmFlashBlog Contributors

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