A failing result on the PMP exam is devastating. What you do next tells more about yourself than flying through the exam and passing with ease. What should you do? Get back on the horse!
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Overwhelmed by how technology is transforming project management? Looking to increase your productivity and learn new tech tools but don't know where to begin? No matter what your focus—medical, manufacturing, product design or otherwise—this virtual day of learning will deliver years of enduring value, with exclusive insights on how project managers are using new technologies.
With in-house project management capability again overall increasing maturity during 2016, differentiating yourself as a consultant Project Manager will require an ever evolving skill set in order for you to survive.
The Webinar will provide an overview of StrengthFinder 2.0. In today’s fast paced world our natural talents go untapped. From birth to death we spend more fixing our shortcomings than to developing our strengths. We need to focus more on our natural strengths and talents. StrenghtFinder 2.0 lets you discover and utilize your strengths.
There are many risk identification techniques that we can use to identify risks and yet brainstorming is the most commonly used technique. Latest research studies into decision making and predictive capabilities give insight on additional techniques and practices which could improve our risk identification rates. What quantitative and quantitative methods should we use to achieve the best results? The focus in this interactive Q&A based session will be on how to improve risk identification rates from around 60% of identified risks to 85% of identified risks.
Microsoft Excel is remains one of the world's most popular business applications for good reason. You can use it to analyze data, create budgets and even build databases. In this webinar, you will learn over a dozen tips and tracks to boost your Excel productivity. This webinar is best for beginner to intermediate Excel users.
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Use this practitioner-contributed guide for help studying concepts presented in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) explains process inputs and outputs in a graphical representation, but shows this individually for each process without connecting the processes in a knowledge area in one diagram. This collection of maps not only achieves this, but also has connected all project processes (except the integration processes) in the same diagram with a minimum number of lines crossing. This collection of PDFs includes a diagram of each knowledge area that shows all of the internal connections, and then all are put together in one map. Also included is a Project Integration Management Diagram. Collectively, they serve as a great study aid or a nice refresher for experienced PMs.
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.
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What if you used CRM principles and tools to grow your project management career? If you’re interested in career growth—promotions, more interesting projects to work on or new consulting assignments—read on.
The “know-like-trust” factor is known for creating content for an audience you want to grow. If your audience knows who you are, likes who you are and trusts the information you are sharing, it becomes more receptive to what you present.
For project managers and organizations alike, it’s crucial to know what 2017 has in store. In this article, you will learn about the top project management trends that will create a splash. Let’s look into the crystal ball and predict what's in store...
Building a network pays dividends far surpassing career development. It brings resources together from different backgrounds, helps put out fires and continues to grow with the right plan of attack. This article delves into identifying who is in your network and how to use those connections to grow.
The PMP exam—consisting of 200 questions to be answered within four hours—is definitely a prolonged mental effort. Stamina is a variable many prospective PMPs fail to address in their exam preparation.
Do your team members really believe they can trust you? If this doesn’t strike you as important, you may want to examine your leadership skills. As this practitioner reflects on her actions (and the actions of colleagues that have earned success and failure), she has noticed a pattern....
Organizations whose senior leaders make an effort to coach others achieve higher business results. Project managers should implement coaching methods by improving the four skill sets highlighted in this article: active listening, powerful questions, direct communication and creating awareness. These tools help to solve problems effectively and serve to empower each team member.
How do you become a recognized and respected internal consultant? The answer is not simple due to an organization’s culture, its utilization of external consultants and its project management approach—as well as how the project managers themselves impact how (and if) they are viewed as an internal consultant.
Over the years, this practitioner has found that when working on long-term initiatives or on multi-phase projects that never seem to come to fruition, it is worth doing a few things to stay on track.
HR management is a very complex topic these days. While staffing has always been challenging, acquiring the needed staff with the hot skills in demand today—and with the ambition to stay current—is becoming extremely difficult.
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