According to PMWJ managing editor David Pells, “We are attracting more authors and contributions from more countries every month now. Since we are trying to create a truly global resource for continuous learning related to program/project management, and to encourage knowledge sharing worldwide, this trend is perfect.”
“Our readers are also arriving from many places,” he adds. “Average daily visits to the PMWJ website are above 2,000 now, with visitors from more than 60 countries in recent weeks. I’m sure that our language translator on the website is helpful to many.”
The Feb PMWJ includes featured papers, significant contributions to the literature on modern project management, by Pavel Barseghyan, PhD (Armenia/USA);
Advisory articles in February are authored by Alfonso Bucero (Spain); Raju Rao (India); Dianne Durkin (USA); Sujit Mishra (India); and Marge Combe (USA). Commentaries are included by Dirk Jungnickel and Mustafa Abis (UAE); and Ed Fern (USA). Second Edition papers, republication of previously published works, are included by Mehmood Alam, PhD, Prof Andrew Gale, and Mike Brown (UK); Ingemund Jordanger, PhD and Prof Ole Jonny Klakegg (Norway); and Prof Gilbert Silvius, Ron Schipper and Snezana Nedeski, PhD (The Netherlands)
The February PMWJ also includes eight reviews of new project management books, and 42 news articles from or about projects and project management in another 21 countries. The PMWJ also features a language translator allows translation of website contents into 57 different languages.
The PM World Journal (PMWJ) is a global online publication produced by PM World in the United States, but created by a virtual team of contributors and editors around the world. Each month, the PMWJ features dozens of articles, papers and stories about projects and project management in different countries and industries. PM World is a virtual organization reflecting the 21st century reality of a connected world where individuals and organizations worldwide can collaborate for the creation, sharing and application of new knowledge. Visit http://www.pmworldjournal.net.