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Introduction to Quantitative Risk Analysis for the PMP Exam

Understanding how to gather, interpret, and act upon risk-related information is crucial for any project manager. Therefore, it’s crucial to learn how to perform quantitative risk analysis before taking the PMP Exam. This Project Management Academy resource will review what it is, why it matters, and how to perform quantitative risk analysis. Prepare for the …

Continuing Education in Project Management

It is common for professional fields to encourage or require continuing education. In project management, continuing education is crucial for maintaining the professional certifications you earn through the Project Management Institute (PMI). Use this Project Management Academy guide to make it easier to pursue continuing education in project management and maintain your hard-earned PMI certification. …

The Importance of PDUs: What Happens If You Fail to Earn Them?

Once you have earned a Project Management Institute (PMI) credential, maintaining your certification is a crucial next step in furthering your professional development. To maintain your certification, you must earn a certain number of Professional Development Unit (PDU) credits every three years. The real meaning behind earning PDU credits is to ensure that certified PMs keep their …

Earn PDUs as a Project Management Practitioner

Earning a Project Management Institute (PMI) certification is a professional achievement. To keep that hard-earned PMI credential, you must know PMI’s Professional Development Unit (PDU) requirements, including how many PDU credits are needed, how to earn PDU credit, and how to report each PDU claim. For most professionals, the “Work as a Practitioner” PDU is …

Continuing Education: Improving Your Project Management Skills

There is no limit to where you can apply project management skills. Construction, manufacturing, information technology, operations, finance, insurance, and health care – to name a few – are filled with professionals using project management skills in their day-to-day work regardless of formal titles. Some may be obtaining formal certification credits (e.g., PDUs, CPEs, or …

Earning PDU Credits from Six Sigma Courses

Earning additional professional certifications can be a sensible and efficient use of your time. Not only does this investment help you maintain your PMI certification, but it also helps you gain or hone skills that are relevant or even crucial to effective project management. Six Sigma courses are an excellent example of certification training courses …

Earn PDU Credits from Scrum Courses

The Project Management Institute (PMI)® and the Scrum Alliance® are global professional organizations managing skill certifications in Project Management and Agile. For example, the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification and the Certified ScrumMaster (CSM)® certification are managed by PMI and the Scrum Alliance, respectively. Project Managers may have multiple certifications from different organizations, each requiring …

The Agile Mindset and its Importance to Running a Successful Project

What is an Agile Mindset? The Agile mindset is the ability and willingness to be flexible, adaptive, and open-minded when it comes to project management. An Agile mindset allows for a quick response to change and embraces the need for change to achieve the project’s goal. Remember that it’s important to have an Agile mindset …