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PMP Training and Certification

adminbmt December 28, 2013

Introduction PMP Certification stands for Project Management Professional and it is a global credential offered by Project Management Institute.There are now 583,806 active PMP certified individuals and around 300chartered chapters active in 193 countries worldwide. PMP Certification is one of the best recognized accreditation for managers and senior executives which stands guarantee for their professional… Continue Reading »

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Product Managers and Startups

adminbmt November 30, 2013

Marty Cagan describes in his book “Inspired”, the job of the product manager as “to discover a product that is valuable, usable and feasible”. In relation to a startup a discussion with Pinkesh Shah  went like this – A start up looks for the very clichéd type “Go – Getters”; but a startup looking to… Continue Reading »

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Getting the Best Resources: A Fight to the Death?

adminbmt November 8, 2013

I am often amused when I hear project managers say that they will fight for the best resources they can get when assigned to a new project. This comment happens most frequently with new or inexperienced project managers. I then ask them, “Why do you believe that you need the best available workers?” The answer… Continue Reading »

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My Most Important Project Management Best Practice

adminbmt November 8, 2013

During the almost five decades I have spent in the project management arena, I have collected many best practices that eventually end up in my textbooks. Most of these best practices revolve around continuous improvements to the project management methodology and result in updates to the policies, procedures, forms, guidelines and templates used for managing… Continue Reading »

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The Secret to Grabbing That Desired ROI: Dinner Team Meetings

adminbmt November 8, 2013

There are two things that strongly motivate workers on project teams: money and food. While project managers may not have any control over money, either through salary or bonuses, there is some degree of control over food. My experience is that the return on investment on the salary that people earn is often questionable but… Continue Reading »

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PMP: Necessary but not sufficient!

adminbmt November 8, 2013

Every day, there are hundreds of individuals either attending PMP training, or becoming a certified PMP. However, when these individuals try to apply the concepts that they have learnt in the PMP training, they realize that there is a gap between theory and practice. Being a PMP does not help them address these real life… Continue Reading »

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