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International Project Management Day

Today is International Project Management Day – happy celebrations to everyone but I suspect a large majority of project people will be heads down and getting on with delivery today. Prehaps you could buy a cake for your team or a round of drinks on you. I would love to be a fly on the wall when you tell your team its a day for celebrating the all round brilliancies of project managers In the UK today, the PMI celebrate International Project Management Day with their one day conference – PMI Synergy. If you weren’t able to make it there today there will be plenty of tweets via Twitter so you can keep up to date with what’s going on – just following the hashtag  #PMIUKSynergy or follow me @projectmgmt This year’s celebrations have the theme – The Power of the Profession and there are a number of events happening around the world – check out the International Project Management Day website There’s also a virtual celebration happening over at IIL too – a free event that they hope will attract 50,000 PMs online, find out more at: The Power of the Profession   The Power of the Profession No Related Posts Read More »

The September Winner of Ten in Ten is…


…Chris Duffin of London!!! Chris was selected from a collection of hundreds of participants in the premier edition of the Prize Draw commemorating the latest monthly edition of the 10th Birthday Celebration from Arras People . As was the case last month, hundreds took part in the September contest, with several repeat participants from the first four months of competition. As our grand prize winner, Chris has won a free place on an Agile Project Management course, delivered by the highly acclaimed training staff at TCC Training & Consultancy. Thanks to our sponsors this month, and as a courtesy to those of you interested in this annual celebration of project management achievement, click here to learn more. Well done to Chris – and as ever, many congratulations as always to all of our Ten in Ten winners and participants. OCTOBER SURVEY FORMALLY OPENS TODAY The next grand prize on offer comes from our sponsor for the month of October, PMI Synergy 2012 . Read More »

Project Management Tweet Round Up

Today, I’d like to highlight some recent, great tweets (plus one I did) from the leading personalities on the #PMOT hashtag. In addition to being top personalities on the premier Twitter hashtag for project management, these people write from a position of authority, expertise and unrivalled experience. They speak well of things that need to be said about project management and its many layers and elements these days. It’s what makes having Twitter around such a good thing for project managers, as well as a good showcase of just how Twitter democratises the wheat accounts from the chaff accounts. Hope there’s things in here that’ll prove beneficial to you as well. Projects Are the New Job Interviews — donniemacnicol (@DonnieMacNicol) May 29, 2022 Loved this blog piece about project management being a disease! #pmot would make a good #pmchat session — Lindsay Scott (@projectmgmt) September 5, 2022 Great PM resource: Also worth subscribing to their weekly newsletter Read More »

6 Easy Ways to Earn PDUs for your PMP

Are you up to date on your PDUs? Is your renewal deadline fast approaching? Here are some ideas, in ease to earn order, to help you get your PDUs in time for your certification renewal. Full detail for categories is available in the PMP Handbook . Refer to your copy for additional information to plan for and record your PDUs. Category F* – Working as a Professional In Project Management You can earn up to 5 PDUs per year, 15 per certification cycle, for working full time as a project manager. Your 25% on your way to re-certification! *Subject to maximum of 45 credits combined in categories D, E, and F. Read More »

How To Find The Correct Answer On PMP Exam Questions

You have studied the PMBOK® Guide and numerous additional materials; you believe you have a solid understanding of project management theories and the application of those theories; and you have taken the steps to schedule your PMP Exam, there is just one lingering question…how can you make sure you are able to identify the best answers when it comes time to take the PMP Exam ? The PMP Exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions that need to be answered in four hours. For each question you are provided a scenario along with four answers to choose from. Your job is to choose the correct answer, which can be difficult when more than one answer may look correct. One thing to remember that no matter your personal experiences or even other project management training, the PMBOK® Guide is the basis for answering PMP Exam Questions . Remember the exams you sweated out as a kid? Through rules like leaving questions you’re unsure of blank and coming back; or eliminating answers you know to be false, working out the right choice in the PMP Exam often involves the same principles as with multiple-choice exams of your earlier days Read More »