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What next after PMP ?
After PMP there are various certification but which one is best and where to get simple and ready information for all courses ?
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Sahil -

"Best" is an individual determination. What are your career objectives, what roles do you aspire to, and what certifications are held by folks in those roles? Until you can answer those questions, it will be hard to pick a suitable certification...

Kiron
HI Sahil,
Kiron just answered you so well. Wishing you the best Sahil
Sahil,

people will not hire you for your certifications but for their trust in you to be able to help them, practically.

With PMP you learned about a lot of techniques and ideas. I think the best is to spend some time to practice these and become an expert in some. At least that was my path years ago, I implemented EV in a company, I established risk management, improved estimation techniques etc.

This practice will lead you to your next step and once you understand what is best for you, you can chose the next step. As Kiron states. And this is agile too.

Be patient.

Thomas
Kiron and Thomas gave you some good solid advice which I totally agree with. You are the best person to determine what’s next based on your:

1- Experience
2- Career Path and Plan
It depends, however, generally Rami made good points.
I agree with Tomas. PMP gives you a lot of knowledge to put in practice, and in this professional development path, you encounter some areas in which you show expertise, that could be risk management, portfolio supervision, etc. This will indicate the next certification goal.
Sahil, the process of PMP preparation highlights those areas where you may have the relevant experience. Look there and see if it resonates with you and if it is aligned with your career path. For me, that led to PMI-RMP and the ACP.
Hi All ( Kiron , Kwiyuh , Thomas , Rami ,Abolfazl , Venonica , Darren ) Thank you for the valuable inputs based on that , i can focus on current practice and excel in skills of PJM , Look for carrer path and decide the next step which mentioned by @Darren @Veronica @Rami @Kiron
I got some good idea to implement the EV in estimation from @Thomas

I am working with R&D and manufacturing where need to sync both of them if any suggestion on both would be really appreciated .
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1 reply by Darren Paladino
Sep 23, 2020 7:23 AM
Darren Paladino
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You're welcome Sahil, I am also experiencing this process. For me, I decided to proceed down dual paths for the project management methodology aspects and then the complementing IT or cloud computing piece. Best Wishes and please update the group!
Sep 23, 2020 12:37 AM
Replying to sahil arora
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Hi All ( Kiron , Kwiyuh , Thomas , Rami ,Abolfazl , Venonica , Darren ) Thank you for the valuable inputs based on that , i can focus on current practice and excel in skills of PJM , Look for carrer path and decide the next step which mentioned by @Darren @Veronica @Rami @Kiron
I got some good idea to implement the EV in estimation from @Thomas

I am working with R&D and manufacturing where need to sync both of them if any suggestion on both would be really appreciated .
You're welcome Sahil, I am also experiencing this process. For me, I decided to proceed down dual paths for the project management methodology aspects and then the complementing IT or cloud computing piece. Best Wishes and please update the group!
Not much more to add to what has already been said, except I am sure you will be successful at the path you chose.
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