I originally got started with Cornelius’s podcasts as a PM PrepCast student (an awesome value for PMPs-to-be, by the way - excellent content at a fraction of the cost of week-long cram sessions). As my PMP recertification deadline started to poke its head over the horizon I rediscovered the PM Podcast, and it has been a great way to spend my daily commute. I’ve been able to quickly knock out my PDUs while listening to interesting, relevant interviews with folks who clearly know their stuff.
I sprang did the premium membership (definitely worth it!) and had the opportunity to go back and listen to the original episodes, when the format was still evolving, with various segments coming and going over time. Where he’s landed - shows focusing primarily on interviews at or around half an hour each - is right on the money, with just enough content to be useful without getting bogged down in the weeds.
The thing I like most about this podcast is that it isn’t overly role-specific despite its title. While I have managed projects many times in my career I do most of my work as a project team _member_ working in training and/or change management roles. That said, I still get a ton out of these episodes that I find applicable as a professional in general, not just for PMs (though obviously that’s the lens through which the content is usually presented).
I’d definitely recommend this podcast to anyone who works on or with project teams as a great way to get relevant, right-sized content and to start building a foundation for personal and professional growth.