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?
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.
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.
If you want to become certified as a project manager or you need re-certification, you’ll find this guide to be an invaluable resource. Here is information on the different types of certifications, practice questions for PMP exams and so much more.
Are you indispensable as a project leader? If you think you are, it’s time to think again. The path to staying on top of your game may not be what you think it is anymore and, in fact, doing everything perfect is no longer the way to impress.
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.
Want a career as a project manager? Its future outlook is one of the most important things to consider. After all, you want to work in a field that grows steadily and can weather a bad economy. Read on to find out what the future outlook for project managers is and how you can stay competitive.
As project managers, we all started at the bottom, worked our way up and throughout tried to remain true to our leadership styles and management methods. Once we got some years under our belts, have we really changed, and are those changes good or bad?
Maintaining your project management credentials involves earning Professional Development Units. You can report one PDU for every hour spent in a planned, structured activity using the Project Management Institute’s Continuing Certification Requirements website.
Adequately preparing to pass your Project Management Professional exam involves studying the Project Management Body of Knowledge published by the Project Management Institute. The PMBOK provides comprehensive information about effective project management processes and knowledge areas.