Are you still hesitant about taking that leap to attend a boot camp in preparation of obtaining a certification in Project Management? Doing so will certainly enhance your skillset and career in more ways than one and PMTI is here to help you embark on your journey. In a recent interview with Ann Campea of The Everyday PM Podcast, our Founder and CEO Yad Senapathy discusses how he's committed to his mission of helping you have the most successful journey of obtaining your certification and becoming the best project manager. The discussion may also include answers to many lingering questions to build your confidence in getting started today! Listen to the episode here:
Yad Senapathy, MS, PMP - PMP Jedi Master, CEO of Project Management Training Institute writes “The Project Management Professional (known as PMP, which has been registered) certification exam, though not mandatory, is a crucial tool for prospective project managers to test and showcase their ability to perform their duties as a project manager. Administered by the Project Management Institute (known as PMI, which has been registered), it often affects the ability to secure a career in the field thanks to the merit the certification holds.”
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“Even for those with years of experience, being a project manager is no easy task. Project managers need to have an incredible amount of on-the-job experience and knowledge, from developing leadership skills and learning to be an effective communicator to goal setting and execution.”
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“One of the most effective ways to improve customer retention — and thus improve your business — is by being empathetic and asking your customers what they truly think of their experience with your company. When you understand their likes, dislikes, concerns, and comments, you better position your business to deliver a more refined product or service designed to solve their needs.”
Government agencies impliment large multi billion projects. Strong project management helps to ensure that these programs are cost-efficient and beneficial for taxpayers. This article outlines role of project management in government programs, examples of successful implimentation of large projects, pro tips on overcoming the challenges within government to achieve success.
Agile project management methodology has greater adaptability. More government organizations are embracing the Agile methodology in developing their information technology software programs. In this article you will find the information about how to scale the Agile framework in government projects, a checklist on how to implement agile methodologies, some case studies showing success of Agile projects, and some challenges of using Agile practices and how to overcome those in government projects.
Information technology projects have different challenges than traditional projects, say for example construction projects. Those challenges include changes in scope of the project. To address these challenges, Project Management Institute (PMI) has made several changes to the traditional project management practices and came up with Agile project management methodologies and Hybrid methodologies. Agile practices are of wide variety, to name some - Scrum, Kanban, XP, Crystal and Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM). People often use Agile and Scrum interchangeably. This article outlines the differences between Agile and Scrum and addresses the other Agile methodologies.
COVID-19 has impacted the personal and professional lives of many people. It also has affected the employment status for many in a negative way. This article outlines five ways to stand out among the job seekers and market yourself.