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How about program management, portfolio management, business analysis and change management
I fully agree with Mayte, what interests you most? you can continue to progress in Project Management space Agile, Program Management etc, or move to something different space like Information Security, Service Management etc. Think on your career path and move on. All the the best!
That's enough for a lifetime
Yes further certifications is exciting
We can keep learning and implementing and discover our passions
Can you please share more on this change management qualification as said - Prosci , AdKar
Certifications for next level up could be : ACP, RMP, or if you are getting into/plan to middle level or strategic management roles, PgMP, PfMP
You could consider taking basic courses in subjects related to your programs. For instance, intro statistic courses to better understand design, jargon, and stat decisions.
As a manager you could consider an orientation I to finance and accounts basics
"First, have a definite, clear practical ideal; a goal, an objective. Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends; wisdom, money, materials, and methods. Third, adjust all your means to that end." ~ Aristotle
Looking at work profile of your organisation, I suggest to allocate money in parts as follows
Part - I: Agile.
Part - 2: Program Management (for identified eligible candidate)
Part - 3: Portfolio Management (For identified eligible candidate and organisation requirement)
By this way you will be able to lift the knowledge base of your organisation by one level up and it would be utilisation of allocated funds.
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