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Agile is where the world is going so it might be a good next step.
As my background construction and electrical, should I learn Agile though?
Thank you Mr.Rami
to learn about agile is a good suggestion.
Another would be to deep dive into areas of project management that are of relevance for your job. Like estimating, contract management, BIM, and leadership skills like negotiating, presenting.
While you have read about these while preparing for the PMP exam, I guess you are not yet considering yourself an expert in them.
With deep dive I mean not only learning more ( and getting PDUs) but also practicing them on your job, or if you want a sandbox in a PMI Chapter project.
Well noted and thanks for your suggestion ??
What are YOU interested in doing? What are your career aspirations? Answer those questions and you might find it easier to identify your next personal development target.
Perhaps you have to learn how run faster than your stakeholders when things go wrong...jejejeje. If you ask me, is not about getting certificates. That´s will not help you to improve. My recommendation is taken a closer look to all related to business analysis, starting for the practice guide. This is the key role to understand. We are creating solutions not projects.
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