Congratulations! You've passed the PMP exam! But your work isn't finished...now you need to shift your focus to earning the 60 PDUs required to maintain that credential you worked so hard for. If you follow this six-step plan of attack, you'll be well on your way.
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Who said the economy is falling apart? Don’t believe everything you read (well, believe this article…)
Forget everything you've read about the long-awaited turnaround never happening and that the economy is still in miserable shape. Just blot it out of your mind, because brand new statistics and projections say things are looking up. If you were down about February's numbers, you'll feel a lot better when you take a gander at what's ahead. Read on and get the latest take on the job market. (And it's okay if you're a tad confused...)
You've read a PM book. You've taken an introductory course. Your PMP is firmly in hand. What's next? The challenge for project managers at this point is that there isn't a really good answer. In fact, there isn't really any one answer. The most honest and truthful answer is probably, "It depends." But what, exactly, does it depend on?
Anticipate. Influence. Elevate. These were the themes of PMI Global Congress 2016—North America. Words of contemplation listed on a wall, blasted on screens, without context. Until we started the program and it all became clear.
Privacy went out with the telephone. Read on to find out why you should think twice about what you say in an e-mail.
For many people, being laid off carries a stigma--and that simply shouldn't be the case. Here, we try to provide some practical thoughts on how to deal with job loss when you are applying for new positions. When you are looking to rebuild your career, hold your head high and have a good story.
The end of the year often represents closure on projects and a mini-break before the start of the next year’s projects. How should a new PM (and all of us!) take advantage of that?
The demand for disaster experts has never been stronger. Here's more on the niche industry--still in its infancy--surrounding preventing disaster of every imaginable kind.
Emotions have great consequences in project settings, and emotional intelligence models and tools can be helpful resources to project leaders. But in order to move beyond theory and concepts, we need direct applications that deliver value, structure and real insight. Here, the author of a two-year study on the subject shares his findings and recommendations.