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Regardless of whether it’s a holiday, celebration, moment of reflection, corporate event or some other occasion, the reason to have a party should be one where attendees should make an effort to create an atmosphere of collaborative enjoyment. Here are some tips on having a memorable (but not too memorable) company party.
Lots of studying. Lots of practice exams. Lots of stress. Studying for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam? Find out how one motivated project manager achieved his goal.
Do you have a realistic career path? Read on for more on how to redefine it in a world of frenetic change.
You may have heard that the PDU Category Structure is changing in December, but are you clear on what it changes from and to? This article illustrates those changes, contrasting the current structure to the new structure and discussing some of the implications.
Have you ever felt like what people perceive you do isn't a fair representation of what you actually do? Although the industry has made some progress, there is clearly still a problem in some organizations with a lack of understanding about how project managers are contributing to the company's success. Here's some help in measuring project management.
Enough already with all this talk about the perfect job! How about we ditch that myth and settle for a great job?
One of the great impediments to the development of new project managers is the need to succeed above all else. A little success early on is nice, but sometimes it creates bad habits. A little failure often teaches more valuable, enduring lessons.
Creating and updating your LinkedIn profile is essential to your personal brand--and can help you in that next step of career development. Can people find you on LinkedIn? And when they do, what will they think?
As project managers, our role is all about relationships with people. But some of our greatest growth comes when we look inside ourselves.