gannthead.com runs a series of columns written by Mark E. Mullaly. The series is vaguely titled "Project Management in Practice", but most of Mark's essays revolve around two recurring topics. First, it is PMP certification discussed in a practical "buyer's guide" style. Second, an attempt to precisely define project management, pinpoint its core and mark its boundaries. Looks like an interesting reading – by now I have only read a couple of recent columns and quickly skimmed the rest; however, I've loaded the columns from last two years into my PDA, so, hopefully, I'll be able to read them all over the weekend.