pmp®

Eligibility for PMP

My designation is not Project Manager – AM I eligible for PMP® Certification?

Few days back I received a call from a PMP® aspirant, Bob who is having 4 years of experience as Technical Lead. He told me that he handles technical end to end project management. He is not involved in managing and developing resources. Actually his main concern was - Am I eligible for PMP® certification as my designation is not Project Manager? I clarified to Bob - YES! You can take the PMP® exam even if your title is not…
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PMP Sample Application

How To Fill The Work Experience Details In PMP®Application Form? (PMP Sample application included )

How to record 36 months of experience in the PMP® Application Form?” Today, I am addressing this frequently asked question by PMP® aspirants. Before getting started on PMP® journey by enrolling in a PMP® program, the question of eligibility criteria is of utmost importance. If you have 36 months of experience in last 8 years in leading and directing, you can do PMP certification. You need to provide this experience by providing a typical description of projects in the PMP®…
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how to earn leadership pdus for pmp renewal

Earning Leadership PDUs for PMIs Certification

Leadership PDUs are a valuable asset to embrace your leadership skills. These PDUs raise your ability to motivate, guide, and lead the team to achieve a goal. Once you earn these leadership PDUs, you can apply them to PMP® certification or any other PMIs certification renewal. In this blog, I am sharing tips to earn PDUs for all PMIs certificates under the Leadership category. Leadership PDUs are one of the categories of the Talent Triangle. The PMI Talent Triangle represents…

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Learn How To Realize Positive Risk Response Strategies (Opportunities)

Taking care of opportunities is one of the antidotes to the project success. And, sometimes cautious responses to project risks help in realizing opportunities. But, many of us believe that risks create an adverse impact on projects; it is not always true.  Risk can be positive also. Now the question is – what is a positive risk? It is something like an opportunity is there, but we have some risk to realize it.  If these risks occur, you will get…

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use of histogram in quality control

Histogram as a Component of Seven Basic Quality Tool

Having been in the project management, training and coaching for over last many years, I witnessed that- The histogram is one of the powerful Quality planning and control tool to understand preventive and corrective actions. In a given situation, it shows the different causes of problems.  It reflects these frequencies in tabulated adjacent rectangles. The height of the bar or adjacent rectangles analysed further to discover corrective or preventive actions. As per the PMBOK® Guide Histogram is Define as  A specific…

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