I read a lot, and you should, too! People have asked me to provide more articles (as well as podcasts and videos). I think a Google search (or Google scholar search), professional society publications (like PMI’s PM Network, which I do skim every month), and many other sources provide great articles. I read daily news and watch news videos, search for specific topics, and talk to people to stay up-to-date in the field of project management. When I write new editions of my books, I try to take nuggets from multiple sources and use them as examples to make project management more relevant to readers. I also appreciate getting suggestions from users of my books!
Below are a few links to explore. I was surprised to find several sites that summarize the best/most popular PM articles! I am also listing PMI’s learning page link first. Read featured articles from PM Network, PMI Today, and PM Journal (under Publications) as well as several interesting reports (under Thought Leadership). I also continue to update links to good articles under the Agile and Leadership pages of my site as those are key topics in project management.
Projectmanagement.com has lots of resources, including articles, podcasts, and videos