Ensuring you meet the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification requirements is the first step to becoming PMP certified. PMP eligibility is based on academic education, project management experience, and project management professional training.

Famous Project Managers – What we can learn

Before anyone invented the name “project manager”, in fact, before anyone had invented the English language, there were people in the role of project manager who oversaw projects we can…

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Failed the PMP® Exam? – What to do now

Failing the PMP exam is frustrating, but there are lots of reasons to take it again. Need some encouragement? Here it is.

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Top 3 Ways Project Managers Encourage Collaboration

Successful project managers embody many similar character traits. Whether you are managing an oil rig, hospital, or software product, you will see that successful project managers have one character trait…

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PMP® Certification – 9 Reasons to Get Certified

Project management is a nearly universal career regardless of the industry. Every business, from the smallest to the largest, will have a project working at some point. Many of those…

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6 Reasons to Take The PMP Certification (Backed by Research)

In 2008, the Project Management Institute (PMI), in conjunction with Anderson Economic Group (AEG), conducted and assessment of project management employment and industry, projecting the growth of need in project…

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