Organizations are focusing on individuals with project management certifications to increase their odds of picking the right candidate to lead their most critical projects.
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We will be hosting Priya to get an update from her on how the PMI-ACP (PMI Agile Certified Practitioner) has been going. We'll ask her about the feedback PMI has been getting on this new exam and what the future looks like! So plan on attending if you’re considering taking this exam and you will have an opportunity to ask live questions to Priya via the webinar session or via twitter with the #pmiacp or #pmiagilecert. Please note that this webinar is not eligible for PDUs.
Project managers have no shortage of certification choices -- multiple certifying bodies offering multiple certifications each. How do you choose the right one for you? Do you simply follow the crowd, or would you do better to stand out from the rest? Is one qualification enough or do you need several? Should you be a generalist or a specialist? In this presentation, Andy Jordan tries to disentangle the jumble of letters and offer some practical advice.
The processes and deliverables associated with project management and the Research Project Management (RPM) role within the Pfizer Pharmatherapeutics Research Unit (PTxRU) have been mapped to the PMI PMBOK (4th Ed.) knowledge areas and process group framework in order to understand how current project management practice within the group align with accepted PMI practices and to identify potential gaps. Key project management activities and tools associated with project initiating, planning, executing, monitor and controlling and closing will be discussed. The process and tools and their role in scope, time, cost, quality, HR, communication, procurement and risk management will be described. Areas where the RPM role and responsibilities differs from PMBOK framework are noted