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PM Tip, Week of 9 December

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PM Tip, Week of 2 December

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You Know You are the “Knighted” Project Manager When ….

With the widespread recognition of Project Management as a valuable corporate core competency, the current economic client, and the continued challenges of doing more with less, I continue to observe more and more project managers that have been bestowed the title (either by themselves or their managers) without the proper support and training to truly […]

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The PMP Exam and the PMBOK® Guide, Fourth Edition

A PM Hut reader wonders if it is possible to pass the PMP Certification Exam based on the Fourth Edition after having studied using the Third Edition. While I guess this is always possible depending on the knowledge of the exam candidate, the best way is to be prepared. A possible mitigation strategy would be […]

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Project Success

Last week I wrote about the value of the PMP® Certification. During the week I received an email asking me if there was a survey which showed this value. Obviously one source of information which was not a survey but a series of case studies, was the Value of PM study performed by the University […]

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PMP® Credential: The Chicken or Egg?

Fellow blogger Fadi El-Eter contacted me this morning to let me know an article on earning a PMP credential which I had on his site, PM Hut, had a question in a comment and invited me to provide an anwer. For those of you who are unaware, the Project Management Institute has been raising the […]

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Don’t Wait for 20 Years! (Part II)

I’ve had some further questions about last week’s article, so thought I would continue the story in this week’s post. Once you receive your certification, CAPM, PMP, or PgMP, there’s no need to wait another 20 years to continue your professional growth as a Project Manager. In fact, you will have to put in some […]

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Don’t Wait for 20 Years! (Part I)

There is absolutely no reason to wait 20 years as I did to get your PMP®! Although PMI was founded in 1969, it was virtually unknown when I embarked on my Project Management training in 1980. I had on-the-job training from my managers, seminars from IEEE and ACM, and formal classes from the GE Management […]

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