To Certify or Not to Certify – That Is the Question

Understanding Which Project Leadership Career Path is Right for You

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To Certify or Not to Certify – That Is the Question

Understanding Which Project Leadership Career Path is Right for You

Project management has undergone a change in recent years, largely in part to the preponderance of project-based work that is not treated like traditional projects. Because of the considerable impact effective project management teams and offices have on their organizations, companies are increasingly elevating skilled project leaders to management positions where they can allocate resources, streamline projects, and save money.

To Certify or Not to Certify — That is the Question discusses:

  • Project leadership training options open to you, regardless to your current position
  • Applying leadership best practices to every facet of your job
  • A graphic that can help you determine which career options and training paths are the best fit for your experience and goals

Project management certification may or may not be right for you, but either way, there are leadership training options that can help your career.

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Project Management Training

Tackling a crucial initiative for your organization can mean the next big step in your career. Our project management curriculum can help you broaden your skill set, elevate your business acumen, and give you the tools to solve complex business problems strategically.

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Getting Certified

Taking steps toward certification can make a huge difference in your marketability and can also help you advance your career.

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