Creating and updating your LinkedIn profile is essential to your personal brand--and can help you in that next step of career development. Can people find you on LinkedIn? And when they do, what will they think?
In this webinar, you will learn key calendar habits to stay on top of your work. You will learn when and how to review your work and how to keep your focus. You will also learn about apps and software to manage your calendar.
In this webinar, you will learn how to apply project management techniques to career advancement. You will learn goal setting (project planning), tracking systems (monitoring and controlling) and stakeholder management (finding allies to help you).
In this webinar, you will learn how to work effectively with your project sponsor to achieve success. You will learn how to interact with the sponsor through the project lifecycle: initiation, execution and closing.
Learn the benefits of the PMI-PBA certification, understand the preparation and requirements needed for the credential, and get tips for passing the exam.
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Thinking of getting your PMI Professional in Business Analysis certification? This PBA application worksheet helps candidates organize their experience and education hours for applying for the PBA. It is practical and valuable for candidates to compile their hours before applying.
Whether you're a part of the gantthead Leadership Interest Group or not, this self-assessment will help you evaluate your skills--and find areas for improvement.
Use this form to prepare and organize more useful feedback for team members and other people involved in your team.
Use this outline to help build a successful alignment and allocation of your team for your project and its initiatives.
Communication is a vital tool that any candidate for employment must demonstrate. Use these questions and suggestions to help evaluate candidates' written and oral communication skills.
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One of the many challenges that we face as we develop professionally is the vexing question of the pursuit of our dreams versus paying the bills. That's because many of us have yet to discern the difference between our occupation and our vocation.
All project managers have physical, mental and emotional limitations. Yet not everyone recognizes that. The net effect is a collective belief system that project managers have no known physical, mental or emotional limitations. This belief can, when not corrected, lead to the self-fulfilling prophecy called burnout. How can we combat this?
For new PMs, the learning path can be steep and daunting. The concept of making it your own can assist your development as you look to learn and grow as a project manager.
There are many misunderstandings about project management as a profession, as well as about what project managers actually do. Let's explore a few common misconceptions about the expectations of our role...
Becoming a seasoned PM is a journey with many milestones. It pays to know where you are going as you hone your PM skills, which apply just about anywhere.
New PMs are certain to be leading individuals who are far more knowledgeable on the project than they are. This creates an intimidating environment that can easily go wrong. Here are some ideas to help ensure it goes right.
Interviewing for a new job is a lot like leaving your own planet and embarking on a ride into outer space. Thankfully, you don’t have to be an astronaut to land yourself a stellar job at your current company. You just have to think like one!
Muchas veces se contrato o asigna a un PM como la única garantía de éxito del proyecto... pero la vida real no funciona precisamente así.
Given that one PM's challenges are unlikely to be someone else's challenges--and everyone’s circumstances will be different--are there any truly universal suggestions we can provide for the new practitioner project manager? How do you know what tips will be useful and which will be redundant or misinterpreted?
For years you have performed duties as an Action Officer, Training NCO, Operations Officer, Planner, Commander and Platoon Sergeant. Do you know how closely these jobs relate to commercial project management?
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