Project Management is not just a career path. It is a strategic competency necessary for the growth and future of a company.
Over the years, I have seen project management grow from a part-time assignment to a dedicated profession. There are two ways of learning project management practices: from your own mistakes and from the mistakes of others. For companies that have not yet realized the ROI on project management education, their employees will learn from their own mistakes, and that can be costly. If you believe that the cost of PM education is high, think of what the cost of PM ignorance is worth when mistakes are made. Need I say more?
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by Dr. Harold Kerzner, Ph.D. You have been a project manager for more than three decades. You have received numerous awards and promotions for the many successful projects you have managed. You are certified in project management, program management, risk management, and almost every other certification known to humanity. Obviously, you can apply the principlesRead more