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Topics: Agile, Change Management, Organizational Culture
Are the badges over in this community?
I had the opportunity to watch the event online: "A Deep Dive in Organizational Agility: Adaptability, Resilience, and Learning"
Is it planned to give a badge to those who watched this event online?
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Hello Luis - and thanks for participating in our 9 September Virtual Experience Series. The new monthly series are not hosted on ProjectManagement.com, so registrants will not receive a certification/badge for attending. I hope this clarifies your question.
Dear Kimberly
Thanks for the clarification
I'm sad about these changes
Do badges serve any real purpose beyond adding vanity value?
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1 reply by Luis Branco
Sep 21, 2020 3:23 AM
Luis Branco
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Dear Anton
Thanks for your comment
These days, badges have come to replace certificates (which were usually awarded to us at the end of attending training and / or other events associated with our personal development)
Is having a certificate a sign of vanity? Or is it the validation, by an external entity, that we have received training?
Why do you display and the badges "PMPVerified by PMI, PMI-ACPVerified by PMI, PMI-PBAVerified by PMI, Certified Scrum Product Owner" on your profile?
For vanity?
Sep 21, 2020 1:10 AM
Replying to Anton Oosthuizen
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Do badges serve any real purpose beyond adding vanity value?
Dear Anton
Thanks for your comment
These days, badges have come to replace certificates (which were usually awarded to us at the end of attending training and / or other events associated with our personal development)
Is having a certificate a sign of vanity? Or is it the validation, by an external entity, that we have received training?
Why do you display and the badges "PMPVerified by PMI, PMI-ACPVerified by PMI, PMI-PBAVerified by PMI, Certified Scrum Product Owner" on your profile?
For vanity?

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