Question: Recently, the Project Management Institute adjusted its Talent Triangle®. I’m not sure how I can quickly adjust my finances to take classes for extra PDUs. After working so hard to earn my certification, I don’t want to lose it. Any clever ideas for how I can meet the requirements with little or no associated costs?
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The project economy is here to stay—and if you’re curious about a career in this field, now is a great time to start learning what it takes to land a project management role, and if it’s the right path for you. This is a follow-up to the successful webinar, where the presenters answer more of your questions.
Organizations have had to shift their ways of working—and we have had to adapt both professionally and personally. What does it mean to be a virtual knowledge worker today? These six tips can help you successfully navigate our new normal.
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PM skills are in high demand and there’s a supply shortage that’s driving opportunities. In the current working environment, project managers have more ability to control their careers than ever before—and they need to take advantage of that opportunity to achieve everything they want.
In celebration of International Women’s Day and in recognition of Women’s History Month, PMI recently led a diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) discussion on how women in leadership are shaping their organizational environment, building effective teams and impacting positive business results and performance.
Women in healthcare face unique challenges and stressors in their roller coaster of a career. This professional gives tips from her experience that we can all learn from regardless of our industry.