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Cool topic, Mayte.
Skills can certainly get stale, so as part of our professional responsibility, we should continue to strive for excellence, whether through active engagement, professional development, continuous improvement, etc.
I would say yes because while there are fundamentals you have to keep up with what is happening or your skills will be outdated in some areas. Managing projects today is a lot different than it was 20 years ago.
Never. Why? Because the defintion of project management. While projects exists project management skills will exists too.
I am glad to see the level of engagement in this discussion.
Thank you all for participating, and not just answering yes or no.
I've never added the clarification to the discussion if I was referring to hard or soft skills, nor if I was referring to tools or techniques. So, each of you shared your own challenging and fair comment.
So this discussion very entertaining and enriching.
Keep participating and sharing your thoughts!
I do agree with Kiron.
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