Once a certified PMP®, you need to earn 60 PDUs throughout 3 years to maintain your certification. This article suggests 10 easy ways to earn 60 PDUs. These rewarding ways will be categorized into 2 main areas: Education and Giving Back following the 2 PDUs categories of PMI®.
Once a certified PMP®, you need to earn 60 PDUs throughout 3 years to maintain your certification. There are some points to keep in mind to ensure a smooth process of certification renewal.
Have you passed the PMP® exam to become a certified project manager? Now, you may be wondering how to maintain your certification. This article will explain what PDUs are, how to get them without spending too much money on certification renewal.
The role of a project manager is to assist them in doing their job as effectively as possible. At all costs, you should provide them with the necessary resources to thrive and stay away from any unwanted frustrations.
Inspired by the must-read “The 7 habits of highly effective people” by Stephen Covey, this article will guide you through the 7 habits that a project manager can have to be more successful.
Project Managers cannot carry out the project on their own, but with team effort. Their team can provide collective knowledge or perspectives to move the project forward. Listening is a great technique not only for the growth of the project but also for the communication between individuals involved in the project.