You need to commit solid study time before you’re ready to take the test for the coveted Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. But you’re busy with work, and the last time you took a test was when you were in school (with that regrettable hairstyle). Study? Study?! How can you possibly do that?!
Everyone studying for the PMP exam wants to know where to spend his time. These study tips may help you approach the test with confidence.
What’s the best advice project managers got when they were starting out—and what made it so valuable?
For many of us, asking for the boss’ approval is no small hurdle. Here’s a step-by-step way to ask for a training budget.
If “Tracy” were on your team, how would you handle her?
Ethan Hunt has it easy in Mission: Impossible. He merely needs to stop bad guys in a series of explosively-implausible yet entertaining ways. You, on the other hand, have inherited a project. And the safety of the world – I mean, the project – is at stake.
Busy project managers want the latest industry information and tools at your fingertips. But who has the time to go looking for it? Instead, have those tips and tricks come to you. Follow these 15 project managers on Twitter accounts for inspiration and useful suggestions.