10 women in project management to follow on Twitter
Absolutely delighted to be named in the GetApp.com top 10 women in project management.
To honor International Women’s Day on March 8th, we’ve highlighted 10 women in project management to follow on Twitter. Each leader has her own expertise, from implementing agile and PPM strategies to choosing the right project management software. But all of these women have one thing in common: they’ll help you excel at the art of project management.
“Like many industries, project management remains male-dominated. This is noticeable when reading project management thought leadership. That’s because projects are diverse by nature; project management in a digital agency looks very different than it does in a global IT research firm.
Yet the project managers who share their expertise online tend to be less diverse than the discipline itself. Specifically, they tend to be overwhelmingly male – even when research shows that project managers in some industries (like financial services) half close to a 50/50 gender split.
To honor International Women’s Day, GetApp highlighted 10 women who share their project management insights with the world. This knowledge-sharing plays a huge role in advancing the discipline. Belinda was included for her work advancing Agile project management as an author, business consultant, organizer, and digital writer.” Lauren Maffeo
Belinda is an Agile business coach, author of Being Agile in Business, and a Computer Science graduate whose book was shortlisted as the CMI Management Book of the Year. Her “Being Agile” approach is adopted by businesses across sectors such as tech, fashion, manufacturing, and marketing. Belinda is also on the organizing committee for the award-winning conference www.AgileontheBeach.co.uk. Finally, Belinda is an organizer for www.SoftwareCornwall.org, which is the UK’s second fastest-growing digital cluster. She often speaks at events and is active on Twitter. In both arenas, she shares her experiences adopting Agile within and beyond the tech sector.
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