You can achieve small wins with your seminars by improving awareness with attendees about important topics in your community and industry. Let’s look at some trending topics that are perfect for exploring through professional development seminars—and the seminar wins this practitioner experienced through his local PMI chapter.
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In the latest installment, our nomad explores how to extend the lifestyle for longer than just a short-term holiday by reviewing the monitoring and controlling process—with lessons that may prove valuable to everyone even if they aren’t unanchored.
An increased emphasis on talent management and the demand for adequate staff must be aligned with and integrated into the organization’s business and operations strategy and model. Are you prepared to craft a tailored talent management strategy?
Since the advent of project management, there’s been a lot done in terms of education, training and skill development in the field. We should be getting it right by now. We're not.
The rise of the independent worker is changing the career landscape for many of us. Have you considered becoming your own boss? Where should you start?
The corporate training and learning market is evolving, and that has implications for project managers and the organizations that employ them. Are you ready?
We are a generation who stand with one foot in the outgoing industrial era and one in the knowledge-based future. Training and education that prepared us well for careers in the past will not work in a faster-moving future. Now, we need to be not just lifelong learners, but engaged, active lifelong learners.
According to PMI, your personal development plan should cover the strategic and business management portion of the Talent Triangle™. But finding useful information in this area can be difficult.
With growing demand for IT talent comes competition for that talent. This usually means a lot of IT pros will be changing employers as they seek to find better pay and/or to pursue career growth opportunities. Here we look at some trending jobs.
More and more people are leaving school and college with some form of project management education. But how do you really teach people to be ready for the world of projects?