A survey by Keller Graduate School of Management on project management training and education trends finds PMP certification and other advanced PM degrees are becoming increasingly important to employers.
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Project management credentials have proliferated. This creates problems for project management professionals and hiring managers alike. How can they compare or rank one over another? And what does this mean for our future development?
The certification debate continues within the project management community. What is the return on investment of certification? To answer that question, let’s look at opinions and opposing sides from various experts.
What value does gaining a project management certification really give you? The salary surveys are relentless and seductively appealing, but statistics can be misleading. Like most things in life, the true value of certification is difficult to fully evaluate and will vary from person to person.
The PMP is no longer the only certification available from PMI. What does this mean for the project manager, and what does this mean for the organizations that are looking to hire project managers? Are certifications of value as a differentiator, or have they become a commodity?
As a PMO, do you have a view on project manager certification? When people join the PMO from other areas of an organization, there is often an expectation that they will follow a certification path. So what are the options, and what should you be thinking about in determining whether your PMO should require certification?
The IT community is hurting itself with a flood of certifications. In the dumbing down of the requirements, being "certified" is losing its impact.
You want to expand on your knowledge and professional credential; you are thinking the certification route is the way to go. Which will best add value to your career?
Perhaps—like 500,000-plus other people—you have some form of Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) credential and are looking to distinguish yourself and continue your learning journey. For credential seekers, this article explores some common paths.
This paper is a "lessons learned" from a successful certification of organizational project management practices to the ISO 9001:2000 quality management standard in 2007. It provides an impression of the challenges and approaches taken to achieve certification to the standard.