Earlier this month, I took the PMP exam and passed it on the first try, scoring above target in every […]
Recently I was approached by a professional struggling with what her next career position should be. Her background was in project management, but she could go back to school and get her MBA. She should start something on her own, or she could stay exactly where she is and focus on her PMP certification. She could take her transferable skills and move into operational management for the executive level. She could do this or that or the other. She was continually flip-flopping among all these options that she was stalled.
Programming managers have typically had years of training in programming… And no training in management. I’ve been taking a fascinating
Project Management is a very difficult line of work to describe in terms that every person can understand. The quickest answer I can usually come up with is “I get all of the work done on projects without doing any of the actual work”, which is the best description I have of what I do.
Cisco was a client we wanted to work with. I’d gone with my project management course coordinator, Kimberly Wiefling, to
Recognition is always key. What’s the role of recognition in developing project managers?