I sometimes use this as a reference:<BR>http://www.pmi.org/<BR><BR>The Project Management org. They have a good set of guidlines for managing a project. I just take them as pointers and not a set of rigid guidlines. I rarely have a team of more than 5 developers but the techniques they developed help you keep manage small or large projects.<BR><BR><BR>I also like to visit http://www.xprogramming.com and http://www.extremeprogramming.org/ as I am not a project manager, but a lead developer and these sites apply directly to me. Extreme programming helps you in your time estimation, scheduling, risk analysis, and the actual coding itself. I don't subscribe to it rigidly though, rather i try to use it as a set of guidlines to keep the project on track and at the same time build better code.