Project Management Certification & Careers

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  • Do I Need a Degree in Project Management?
    There are a number of colleges that offer Bachelor's or Master's degrees in Project Management. Is it worth your time to pursue a degree in this field?
  • Tips for Writing a Project Management Resume
    When is the last time you looked at your project management resume? Or, are you new to project management and need to write the perfect resume? Jean Scheid offers tips for writing a project management resume.
  • What New in PMBOK 5 - An Overview of the Changes
    The new PMBOK 5 was released mid 2013 and contains some updates to the information found in the prior edition. PMP certification is also being updated to reflect the changes in this guide to project management. Read on for an overview of what's new and different.
  • Benefits of Becoming PMP Certified
    Are you considering getting PMP certified? Learn the many benefits to PMP accreditation.
  • CMMI vs CMM: Which is Better?
    Carnegie Mellon developed CMM as a process maturity model. Implementation of CMM raised many challenges that led to development of CMMI as an improvement. CMMI however does not replace CMM and the effectiveness depends on the specific area of application.
  • Interpreting Scatter Plots or Scatter Charts in Project Quality Management
    Ever wondered how your team’s motivation is influenced by compensation or training? How can you be certain that a change in a parameter will definitely lead to the desired effect. Scatter Plots (Scatter Diagrams) are there to help you.
  • Today's Project Managers: Challenges of the 21st Century
    Project management is an evolving field and it seems there are more and more methodologies and best practices offered on a regular basis. What are some of the coming challenges facing project managers in the 21st Century?
  • PMP Training Programs: Classroom vs. Online
    Before getting your PMP certification, you must complete 35 hours of training. But where to go to get that training? Is the traditional classroom better than learning online? Here we examine the pros and cons of each method. The choice is up to you.
  • Why You Need to Change Your Personal Project Management Goals
    With your project management degree in hand you burst out into the world! And, while earning that degree you dreamed about the American Dream! Is the dream still there? Should you change your goals? Jean Scheid takes a look at why you may need to step aside and reassess and dare to dissent.
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