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Should I become PMP Certified or PMI-ACP Certified?

Are you wondering whether you should spend time studying for the PMP® Exam or concentrate on studying for the PMI-ACP® Exam? This is a question that many project managers are asking themselves, especially with the increased popularity of Agile Project Management. To answer this question you really need to look at the benefits of both Waterfall Project Management and Agile Project Management and how these fit into your specific project management career goals. Read on for some insights to help you make an educated decision.

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Why should Project Management Software be adopted in todays age?

Project Management Software is essential this day and age when it comes to managing your projects and keeping ahead in your market.

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How Michael Hart Revolutionized the Internet

Michael Hart is the oft-ignored father of e-books and much else in our Internet culture besides.

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PMP Bootcamp online is the certification for you in 2021

As learned in the PMP Bootcamp, Project Management Planning is a crucial part of managing projects. Mentioned in this write-up is the importance, definition, and purpose of the Project Management Plan.

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Critical Path Software Training

Creating a realistic schedule is a key responsibility of any project manager. This schedule must be updated regularly throughout the duration of the project to ensure that the project manager is aware of any issues or delays that might affect the product delivery date. Too many delays can lead to additional expense, customer dissatisfaction and project failure.

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Project Management Training

Project management is a very specialized and often complex task, and requires more training than the average programmer or executive might expect in very specific organizational tasks. To meet this demand, professional groups such as the Project Management Institute (PMI) were organized to set standards for the training of project managers.

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How to create your “Project Charter”

One of the greatest critical measures in the Project Life Cycle is the existence of the Project Charter. Without this papers, your project is same as a ship without a rudder. You have nothing to lead you in the right direction. So read this article to learn...

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How to Succeed As a Project Manager

A project manager is the person responsible for accomplishing the stated project objectives. Key project management techniques include creating and attainable project objectives, building the project requirements, and managing the triple constraints for projects, which cost time, money and quality.

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The Perfect Project Manager

I've been working in the computer industry now for over 23 years. ... time, I've had the ... ... to work under ... project ... I don't mean the word ...

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All Change: Getting into Project Management

Nobody stays in one career all their life nowadays. Some go from teaching into law. Nurses enter the police force. Actors become politicians. Project Management offers the greatest opportunity for a career change. Demanding and rewarding in equal measure, it draws on transferable skills rather than industry specialisation.

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Distinguishing Portfolio Management, Program Management, and Project Management

There is often a misunderstanding, and hence a mixed and overlapping use of terms, when it comes to program management. Sometimes a program is called a project. Sometimes a project is called a program. In addition, sometimes project portfolio and program are mistakenly used interchangeably. This article is intended to clarify the main differences and to distinguish the unique aspects of project portfolios, programs, and projects.

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Manage Project Risk & Empower Your Workforce for Better Project Delivery

Risk management is a vital project management practice that validates the project standards that are fit for execution as well as takes care of the potential risks during execution that weren’t visible during the planning phase. Also, addressing the risks works in two ways i.e. resolving the risk when it occurs suddenly or preparing a contingency plan for the probable risk.

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