"education is empowerment" ‘Organizations need to adapt and provide both conventional & technology enabled training’ – one of my contacts emphasized with a brute force to reiterate the corporate expectation of ‘we want a knowledge center, and expect the workforce to be fully equipped, and armed to engage in professional combat.’ The certification is no assurance of a ‘job in waiting with wings spread wide’. Surely and certainly, PMP® does equip you with the knowledge considered essential and emboldens with a positive spirit to take the ‘corporate bull by its horn’. Given a choice would you want to flaunt your certification or your crazy pay check with incredible numbers? My take? Simple: a judicious mix of both. It’s left to the discretion of the individual in the given circumstances to highlight which but there have been compelling circumstances with dire straits in trying to cloak the pay over post. Market sentiments reek stronger of the smell that emanates when one reads headline as like ‘Certified PMPs earn 25% more than non-PMPs’. It can be dismissed as subjective bereft of substance but the market seems to buy by gorging the plate dirt clean with no leftover. Such is the frenzy with respondents react in this space that any such comparison is lapped up and when numeric data are inserted to drive home the message, the market feeds on it and never dumps. Possessing a certification is not just a cosmetic facelift; it’s all about cognizance. It stamps your understanding of PMP concept in measurable data good enough for interpretation and thereby allows validation of your profile that’s close to correct. Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP® certification course as an accreditation clearly demonstrates your experience, education, competence and confidence to lead, manage and direct projects. PMP is a definite differentiating factor to distinguish you from peers. Very seldom an advertisement these days is placed without mentioning PMP as a mandate of skill and talent acquisition. A certified professional, on an average earns 10k per more year dollars as compared to an uncertified one. You are better with it than without. In this blog of ‘What’s about PMP Certification’, let’s begin with the lifecycle of project process groups on a high level Initiating Defining the scope of a new project, or upgrade that of an existing or ongoing project. Planning (Plan) Confirming scope, identifying objectives, plan the course of action by setting up milestones Executing Completing the project as per the specification in satisfying all the stakeholders involved. Monitoring and Controlling Tracking, reviewing, monitoring, fixing and regulating the performance in ensuring the success of the project. Closing Handing over the project to Client in a completed state after sanitizing from any bugs and get set for the support phase. In all, there are 5 Process Groups, 10 Knowledge Areas, and 47 Processes. The lifecycle of project can be broken down into five distinct phases or process groups. These five PMBOK Process Groups describe and organize the project from start to finish. So how do you get trained and clear the coast as PMP can be a School of Hard Knocks? Think iCertGlobal If you are willing to give what it takes, you must enroll in a knowledge center that embodies your spirit of giving everything in getting out a PMP certified professional out of you, and here is the juncture where you pause in your path in selecting THE center that will complement your profile and complete with the sought certification. Enroll in iCert Global LLC. But why iCert Global LLC? Why not some other name in the business? Well, that’s fair to ask as to why we zero on iCert. In an unbiased analysis, giving equal weightage on various factor with the competitors, iCert emerged as a favorite amongst its peers with its · Vantage Point: Head office in US, and strategically located all over the world, iCertGlobal is the professional center that better understands YOUR needs and accordingly advises on further course of action. · Customized approach in coaching – the tutor assesses the class profile before picking on the case studies and examples best suiting as the ‘ideal sample’. · Course material prepared by our expert and experienced trainer, who was a panel member and contributed to the contents in rolling out the fifth edition of PMBOK. · Consistent pass rate of 98% - deemed high in industry standards, batch after batch we have maintained this pass rate and so far created 100,000 PMI certified professionals thereby addressing the salient feature of identification - the psychological need for most people is recognition. And that’s how the engagement shifts from a ‘YOU’ to a collective ‘we’ [read you and iCert Global]. It’s not just all about certification – care for a closer scrutiny – and it’s all about YOU qualifying as a certified professional!
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