Leveraging PM Skills to Be an Investor You might not think of it first thing, but being a seasoned project manager has provided you with skills that are transferable in many ways to being a good project investor. Having a keen eye and disciplined approach for determining good projects versus bad is a valuable skill.
Leveraging PM Skills to Be an Executive This article explores some situations where project management skills provide a very sound skill base. These include opportunities to run small businesses, pieces of larger businesses or things outside the commercial sector such as opportunities in non-profit organizations and even volunteering.
Leveraging PM Skills to Be a Consultant Project management skills are broad and foundational. They can be leveraged in a wide variety of situations and in the private sector for-profit, non-profit, and public sector worlds.The consulting arena is a natural place for people with PM skills, for consulting is all about projects.
Cross-Certification: How Important is It? Individuals who obtain certifications primarily do so to be more valuable for the job market. This article shows, through case studies and through logic, that obtaining certifications will make one more valuable if the certifications show a knowledge of different (yet interrelated) knowledge areas.
Get Project Management Certified Without Going into Debt You may have looked into getting certified before, but shied away after viewing the price tag. But it is possible for you to get certified without spending a fortune. Find out how to get certified while saving yourself (and your company) money in the process.
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.