In the recent years Project Management crossed the IT barrier and became a role that is feasible to be found in all departments in an enterprise. Even though, Project Management is still a skill which is best developed with practical experience, Project Manager certifications are extremely popular and required for most of the job opportunities in this field. The certifications are also a safe route approved by the industry and well know among the companies. So, if you are looking for either a career advancement or a global position, these certifications can be a differentiating factor and a great starting point.
A competitive world requires professionals ready to deal with all the complexity of the new era, each day a new word is added to the glossary, digital transformation, project management 2.0, virtual reality, etc. The work environment is no different, technology brings new features and tools to the workplace and processes are constantly evolvng. Project Management is one of those affected areas. In the past it was mostly IT related activities associated with these changes, but nowadays more and more professionals are affected.
Join us on International Project Management Day as we discuss the discipline of project management, it’s rapid evolvement and what this means for the project manager. At a recent conference, Dr. Harold Kerzner explained that the discipline of project management must grow and evolve into “project management 2.0” and beyond. In this webinar, we will explore how his observations have implications for the role of project manager.
In today’s fast-paced environment, where cycle times are dramatically short and technology supports everything we do, project managers should ask themselves: “Am I prepared for project management 2.0 and, indeed, project management 3.0?”
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