You are a Twit

Or at the very least, you should.
Let me introduce you to Twitter, a great way to find great resources for project management.
This is Twitter. Meet?Twitter.
Twitter can be searched for any type of project management resource you are interested in.
Because they tweet great content, you’ll quickly notice the people you want to follow.
Looking for great resources for project management? Search for #pmot Search for #pmot?
Are you looking for tips and tricks that are specific to new project managers. #ftpm (first-time project manager) is a good search.
Are you looking for PMP Certification? Look for #pmp.
Are you looking for perspectives specific to Latin America and the Caribbean? Search for #pmlat.
Are you agile or do you want to be agile? Search for #agile.
Do you love Kanban? Want to be a thought leader in this area of thought leadership? Search for #kanban
As if that wasn’t enough, there are many great services that can help you find great Twitter content. Some even archive tweets for posterity.
For example, you could search for project management services on Listrous.
It’s a great way to find good twitter followers is to look at someone you like and see who they follow. You’ll notice that they are selective about who they follow on Twitter, especially if there is a small number of followers. You can check the ratio of followers to followers. If they are similar or they follow more people than they follow, it is possible that they just reciprocate-follow. You can check the people they are following if they have thousands of followers and only a few people they follow. ?Good stuff.
You could also follow people like @SPOTO. This nerd occasionally posts some decent stuff. ? 🙂