Project management certification can be a useful tool to advance your career, whether or not you’re a formal project manager or aspire to become one in the future. But it’s not right for everyone. If you’re considering it, this video will help you make an informed decision.
3 Project Management Practices to Improve Your Daily Work
One of the reasons I love Project Management is because it’s just so darn useful. A lot of project management practices have broad application; they can be used for managing many aspects of work, far beyond projects. These project management practices are techniques every professional can benefit from knowing, and they have the power to dramatically improve your daily work life.
The Basics of Flexible Planning
Planning is an essential part of success, and it’s a popular topic this time of year. But, as we all know, life is anything but predictable these days. So how can we create plans for the future when everything is fluid? In this session, you’ll discover the power of flexible planning and how to integrate it into your personal and professional goal setting process.
Task vs. Project: What’s the Difference?
This video is an excerpt from a live training webinar hosted by Chrissy Scivicque, Career Coach & Corporate Trainer. The full video and worksheet are available in the Career Success Library. The topic of this webinar was, “How to Speak the Language of Project Management.” In this excerpt,...
Future-Proof Your Career by Developing Project Management Skills
Did you know that the typical office professional spends about 80% of his or her time working on projects? Research suggests this number is only going to increase in the future. If you think about it, you can quickly see why. Tasks (or single-step operational to-do items) are easily automated....
How to Speak the Language of Project Management
Join us for this month’s free webinar on the topic of How to Speak the Language of Project Management Project management is an entire field of study in and of itself. But many people, in many roles, manage projects in an “unofficial” capacity. Even if you have no formal project management...