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  • Over the past decade, the project management professional (PMP) credential has become one of the most globally respected and coveted marks of professional distinction. This article discusses the factors driving the PMP credential's rise to prominence, as well as the reasons why companies around the world are encouraging--and even requiring--their employees to obtain PMP certification. This article discusses the factors driving the PMP credential's rise to prominence, as well as the reasons why companies around the world are encouraging--and even requiring--their employees to obtain PMP certification. The article also explains why the PMP credential improves the project manager's market value and outlines PMI's efforts to help project manager's in countries such as India and China--in countries that are growing economically--obtain PMP certification.
  • This paper examines possible PMP performance problems that may exist locally, regionally, and globally. In doing so, it overviews the purpose of practicing project management and the significance of obtaining a PMP credential, discussing--as well--why more project professionals are pursuing the PMP credential. In doing so, it overviews the purpose of practicing project management and the significance of obtaining a PMP credential, discussing--as well--why more project professionals are pursuing the PMP credential. It also identifies the pitfalls of the PMP's rapid growth and the way in which the PMP credential is impacting global projects and the global marketplace.
  • This article discusses the current changes that are now taking place to the PMBOK document and explains how these proposed changes will affect the PMP exam and PMP exam preparation courses.PMI's PMBOK document and PMP exam are effective tools for helping project managers develop their knowledge of managing projects and gain professional recognition that qualifies their ability to manage projects.
  • Over the past decade, this certification has evolved into a highly sought after credential that officially recognizes seasoned and knowledgeable project professionals. This article discusses the merits of obtaining the PMP certification. In doing so, it overviews the PMP certification's framework, noting how it has affected the professional practice of project management; it explains the factors driving this credential's evolution, identifying why it is viewed as a strategic advantage for project professionals. It also describes the skills involved in--and the value derived from--acquiring this credential. It then defines the knowledge areas comprising the PMP test and the advantages of becoming a PMP.
  • PM Network interviews Carla Catalano, PMP, senior project manager at Microsoft.
  • PM Network interviews Jerzy Filatow, PMP, technology manager with ANZ (Melbourne, Australia).
  • The Project Management Professional (PMP®) is the universally accepted project management certification standard, although professional associations in England and Australia also have certification programs.The PMP is offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) of Newtown, Pennsylvania, which started establishing standards in 1978, and has been offering certification since 1984.The last few years have seen a sharp increase in those seeking PMP certification (18,000 in the year 2000), most in the fields of construction, information systems, and technology.The article discusses the benefits of certification, offers study tips for taking the PMP test, and explores the future of PMI certification. The Project Management Professional (PMP®) is the universally accepted project management certification standard, although professional associations in England and Australia also have certification programs.The PMP is offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) of Newtown, Pennsylvania, which started establishing standards in 1978, and has been offering certification since 1984.The last few years have seen a sharp increase in those seeking PMP certification (18,000 in the year 2000), most in the fields of construction, information systems, and technology.The article discusses the benefits of certification, offers study tips for taking the PMP test, and explores the future of PMI certification.
  • In early 2000, the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), a multipurpose laboratory, owned and operated by the United States Department of Energy had no project managers with the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential, no one actively pursuing the PMP credential, and a workforce largely uninterested in -- and confused about -- certification of project managers. In early 2000, the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), a multipurpose laboratory, owned and operated by the United States Department of Energy had no project managers with the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential, no one actively pursuing the PMP credential, and a workforce largely uninterested in -- and confused about -- certification of project managers. Today, almost 30 percent of the NETL project managers have earned the PMP credential, and many project managers are training for the certification test. NETL is on track to reach the goal to have 90 percent of its project managers certified by the end of Fiscal Year 2006.
  • PM Network interviews Jason Bilbaeno, PMP, Technical program manager at Google Fiber.
 
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