Make sure that you keep good information on all of your projects so that completing the application for the PMP exam is easier to do. Have you looked at what information that PMI wants you to document in the application?
So far I think that getting my 6 – Sigma green belt was a good compliment to my role as a Project Manager. I always believed that ‘continuous improvement’ was apart of being a good PM. 6 – Sigma has helped give me the tools and knowledge to ‘prove’ that a process needs to be improved. Once a process is re-engineered it can help you prove the benefit.
I have read about PRINCE2 a while ago. I don’t recall much. Do you think that it has been helpful in your work as a PM? If so how?
Nice to see such young people in this network who are interested to connect, share, learn and get certified.
I am almost the same age and working as a Project Manager for P&G Balkans on a regional assignment.
Would love to connect to understand more about how PM is evolving in your region, how is the job market etc
At 12:47pm on September 21, 2008, NagaSuresh said…
All the best as you develop your career as a professional project manager. As you move forward I highly recommend becoming a member of PMI which provides another opportunity to network as well as providing current PM information in their monthly PM Network magazine and quarterly Project Managment Journal.