Category Archives: PMP Training

Equal PMP Training and Certification for All

    The website Project Management Tips recently published an article consisting of five reasons to immediately pursue PMP training and certification. Most of the information contained within it was generic and fairly obvious. It pointed out that such a certification would make IT professionals more attractive to current and prospective employers, and would likely lead to

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    PMP Training – the First Step to the Most Lucrative IT Careers

      Last week, PC Mag published an article on a topic that should be familiar to anyone who is pursuing a career in information technology. Although the Canvas Info Tech blog has made a concerted effort to call attention to some of the non-monetary aspects of information technology careers that might make them appealing, we can’t

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      PMP Training: Before or After Taking on Projects?

        Last Friday, CIO published an article focusing not on any particular project management topic but rather on the general question of when and how to go about building a project management infrastructure in one’s own workplace. Interestingly, phrases like “PMP training, “agile training,” and “scrum” do not appear anywhere in the article; but of course

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        MBA Programs and PMP Training and Certification

          On Monday, an article appeared at NorthJersey.com which primarily served as a sales pitch for a Masters of Business Administration degree. More specifically, it concluded by describing a combination MBA and PMP training and certification program that certain New Jersey-area professionals might pursue. Rest assured, though, that the general advice is by no means specific

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          How to Learn Balance as a Project Manger

            Last week, an article at CIO brought up a topic of great value for project managers and anyone who is concerned with the culture and group process of an organization or a project. That topic is the notion of balance, and how to achieve it by compiling one’s personal knowledge about his own role and

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            Modern Project Management Calls for Flexibility

              Just ahead of the New Year, the Huffington Post published an article focusing on the very modern risks and opportunities facing project management in the coming year and beyond. While the author of that article writes from the perspective of banking and finance, but the observations are relevant to our own areas of expertise as

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              Job Descriptions: Training and Development Specialist

                As promised in our previous post, this entry is the first in a series that will look at some of the categories of jobs that might be available to be searching for IT placements in the Bay Area and that might utilize some of the information learned from our online IT training consultancy. It seems

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                IT Training to Fill Gaps in Educator Training

                  A recent article at the Huffington Post has recalled attention to the issue of the too-slow integration of technology into K-12 education in the United States of America. It is a refrain that we have been hearing for years. Parents and politicians want the education system to reflect the different ways in which we acquire

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                  Where Your Company’s Going, That’s Where You’re Going

                    When it comes to planning your training in the IT field – whether it’s business data analyst or project management training, or specific software training courses – it is obviously important to maintain sharp focus on the current status of your career and how that measures up against your long-term goals. But it’s also important

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                    Who Benefits from Scrum Training?

                      At first glance, it might be obvious what sort of person needs to seek out certified scrum master training. You might not immediately think that it’s worthwhile for any member of a scrum team, much less for people who don’t work within the framework of scrum methodology. There’s a specific job title right in the

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