My Blogroll

Bloggers and blogs that inspire my thoughts:
Age of Product:

Presented by Sefan Wolpers this is "Food for Agile Thought", to include downloads, webinars, videos, and a hand-curated newsletter that, in the United States, arrives every Sunday and starts my week on a high note of possibility.
The Practicing IT Project Manager:

Weekly roundup of interesting content for the IT project manager. Curated by Dave Gordon, this is a good resource for a resource for project managers, program managers, business analysts, and portfolio managers.
A More Beautiful Question:

The power of inquiry to spark breakthrough ideas – from author, columnist, and speaker Warren Berger.
Positivity Strategist:

Robyn Stratton-Berkessel mission is to enable people, whoever they are, to elevate and amplify the collective capacity in their organizations and communities, so that everyone feels empowered as co-creators of their own futures.
Authentic Organizations:

CV Harquail is a change advocate on organization relationship between identity, actions, and purpose and social technologies in the workplace that drive organizational change.
Project Management:

A collection of articles, covering the whole process to manage a project, from project initiation to project closure, including all the necessary templates, and written by one or more elite project managers.
Eight to Late:

Kailash Awati co-wrote a fantastic book, The Heretic’s Guide to Best Practices, his blog covers social aspects of projects, organizational theory; dialogue mapping; risk analysis; estimation; and probability with a flair for humor
The Human Workplace:

Reinventing work for people, this blog supports an idea, a mindset, and a set of practices led by founder Liz Ryan.
HR Capitalist:

Writings in and around the HR scene with business impact in mind, written by Kris Dunn, Chief Human Resources Officer. Blogging for community and ideas.
User Interface Engineering:

Jared Spool presents the art and clear science behind design and the human element trumping technical misalignment; form follows function is making a comeback.
Making Training Stick:

Barbara Carnes, PhD writes on how to make training stick and advice for learning and development business strategies.
Vivek Wadhwa:

An entrepreneur turned academic, visiting Scholar at UC-Berkeley, Director of Research for the Center for Entrepreneurship and Research Commercialization at Duke University, and Senior Research Associate for Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School.
Melissa Perri – Product & UX:

Terrific thoughts around product strategy, user experience (UX) design, and Lean startup methods through ProdUX Labs.

Please recommend blogs you read and why you read them, I would love to expand my thoughts.