Everyone knows project managers are supposed to be masters of time management, even if different cultures have different perceptions of what that “time” actually means. To find out if you really have what it takes, take this quiz developed for PMI’s Career Track by Neil Fiore, Ph.D., a Berkeley, California, USA-based psychologist, coach, speaker and author of Awaken Your Strongest Self: Break Free of Stress, Inner Conflict, and Self-Sabotage [McGraw-Hill, 2006]. Find the time-management attitude that best fits your style and we’ll tell you what to do.
The Project Management Institute does not claim the PMP certifies skill or experience, nor should any credible interviewer make this assumption. But experience requires a framework in which to compare its relevance. The real issue is: “How to interview and select good project managers.”
The first Thursday of November is upon us again...which brings the celebration that is International Project Management Day. One writer reflects on "our" time of the year, focusing on the people that make it all possible.
PMI is deeply saddened to report the passing of one of its founders, J. Gordon Davis, PhD, PMI Fellow. Dr. Davis was member number four in PMI and was a former vice president of the Institute. Read more about his legacy.