It’s time to make way for new training tools and techniques…or get run over. Old methods are fast becoming obsolete, but the replacement tools have not been fully tested and will not be immediately acceptable to all organizations. Use these tactics to move more quickly toward faster project workforce development.
As seasoned IT professionals, we are in possession of a vast and increasing knowledge base. Seminars, lectures and training sessions are a good start, but the hands-on assistance of a mentor is something that provides lifelong lessons and guidance for real-life application.
Are you treating the attainment of your PMP as a project? When you view the PMP through a project lens, it will help you stay focused on the end objective and ensure that you get your certification sooner rather than never. Join us as we have a look at the key phases...
There are not a lot of presentations that actively engage the advanced project manager. If only there was course that dealt with a project management topic from an advanced perspective, one that allowed for real application with course attendees...something like a PM game!
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