In January 2021, the PMP certification exam changed more than at any time in its history. Our next chapter meeting will feature a panel discussion with PMINYC members who successfully prepared for and passed this new exam version.Read More and Register
Have you been surprised by unplanned events during your projects or programs? Are you and your project team frequently fighting fires? Well, you are not alone. Uncertainty exists in any project environment. While it’s impossible to predict project outcomes with 100% certainty, you can influence the outcome, avoid potential risks, and be ready to respond to challenges that arise.Read More and Register
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by Joseph Russell, courtesy of ProjectManagement.com
Image: Campaign Creators, courtesy of Unsplash
One of the main tenets of project management is that it’s about the people involved in a project just as much as delivering a product or service to the market. Often, leaders get so wrapped up in what they bring to the table that they forget to take time to deliberately develop those on their project team. I believe this is a critical misstep in our roles as project managers.Read More
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