An inter­view with Michael Luchen of Crema

Michael Luchen, Senior Prod­uct Man­ag­er at Cre­ma shares how PMs can be the autonomous project dri­vers that get out of the way so their teams can do their jobs.

Previously

Finding my power in PM

Reflec­tions on find­ing my voice and tak­ing up space in ser­vice of others

by Lina Calin

Lina Calin explores what it real­ly means to be a good” project manager.

Freelancing the smart way

Six lessons about learn­ing from your mis­takes (and my mistakes)

by Morgan Haines

Mor­gan Haines explains how to suc­ceed as a free­lancer by find­ing the lessons in her failures.

Teach your clients how to treat you

How to set an ace pace and tone dur­ing client onboarding

by Rachel Gertz

Client onboard­ing is a walk in the park if you have a flash­light and the right map. Loud­er Than Ten Co-founder Rachel Gertz lights the way.

Hannah McGregor

Project management insights—from the outside. A Coax Q&A.

by Marshall Watson

The next installment of our Coax Q&A series: project management insights—from the outside. This time, we talk to Hannah McGregor—Professor of Publishing and Podcasting Powerhouse.

Life after PM

Things to con­sid­er when mov­ing into management

by Tera Caldwell Simon

Tera Simon reflects on the ups and downs of her career path to offer lessons for oth­er PMs think­ing about mov­ing into management.

Wicked Questions

by Marshall Watson

Mar­shall Wat­son explores the val­ue of ask­ing ques­tions with inten­tion and offers ways to add some punch to your pur­suit of knowledge.

Experiencing imposter syndrome?

That’s prob­a­bly because you’re an imposter

by Reina Gattuso

Reina Gat­tuso argues that our imposter syn­drome is good for us and, rather than telling our­selves that we’re respon­si­ble for our own suc­cess, we should con­front the sys­temic dis­crim­i­na­tion and patho­log­i­cal indi­vid­u­al­ism inher­ent to west­ern society.

Rebecca Ataya

Project management insights—from the outside. A Coax Q&A.

by Marshall Watson

The latest release from our new Coax Q&A series: project management insights—from the outside. Featuring Rebecca Ataya, Director of Programs and Services at the Federation of Community Social Services of BC.

People are people

Thoughts on fos­ter­ing diver­si­ty and inclu­sion in tech

by Lina Calin

Lina Calin offers a map for get­ting out of the homo­ge­neous echo cham­bers that the tech indus­try has become known for. The first step is real­iz­ing that under­neath our dif­fer­ent titles and job descrip­tions, we are all just people.

On Productivity

Explor­ing the dif­fer­ence between being a pro­duc­tive per­son and a Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty Person

by Tyler Hellard

Tyler Hel­lard explains why Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty Peo­ple are no fun at parties.

Inclusive UX: The limits of empathy

Under­stand­ing what to do… when you don’t understand

by Ivana McConnell

Ivana McConnell maps out a sim­ple process for build­ing inclu­sive process­es by sim­ply acknowl­edg­ing our limitations.

Editor’s picks

Design machines

How to sur­vive the dig­i­tal apocalypse.

by Travis Gertz

A dystopi­an view of an inter­net designed by machines, and the mushy, emo­tion­al weapons we can use to fight back.

Late nights and early warnings

How unhealthy projects break your busi­ness and our plan to help you fix that

by Rachel Gertz

Rachel explains how dig­i­tal project man­age­ment, appren­tice­ship, and Loud­er Than Ten’s brand new pro­gram can trans­form your projects and your organization.

In Defense of Doing it Wrong

Why you should ignore social expec­ta­tions and start lis­ten­ing to your own desire

by Jessica Faulds

Why you should ignore social expec­ta­tions and start lis­ten­ing to your own desire

Most important to least

How I quit my job and found the career I craved.

by Larissa Scordato

Some­times what you see isn’t what you get. Laris­sa Scorda­to was stuck in a great job that had every­thing she didn’t want. This is how she start­ed over.

The most brilliant woman in the room

Cre­ative free­dom, gen­der jus­tice, and con­fronting the chal­lenges to female collaboration

by Reina Gattuso

Mod­ern soci­ety has gen­der inequal­i­ty built into its bones. Reina Gatus­so wants to dis­man­tle the bar­ri­ers to female cre­ative freedom.

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