Tag Archives: PgMP

Are the PMBOK Guide 6th edition volunteers listening to us?

I struggled with writing or starting this blog since I honestly did not know what to say. Is “I told you so” appropriate? Is it good that some of the PMI volunteers are finally waking up, appropriate? Continue reading

Is Business Analyst a Project Management Role or Specialist Role?

In recent years, the Project Management Institute (PMI) has launched many certifications. These certifications were in addition to the PMP (Project Management Professional), CAPM and PgMP. The recent certifications (last 5 years or so) include:

  • PMI-RMP: Risk Management Professional
  • PMI-SP: Scheduling Professional

Continue reading

How would you like to get a PgMP Degree?

This is an old article that was published about training providers and some of the “_____” they share …

You can fill the blank with “lies”, “partial truth”, “misleading information”, etc.

Below is a sample misinformation from a message that came to me via LinkedIn

Continue reading

Interesting Statistics about PMI in West Asia

I have recently been looking at some data on PMI membership and certifications in the region (West Asia). These statistics are quite interesting and raise so many questions. I will just show some numbers and without comments.

The data below is recent – a couple of months. Continue reading

What are the values and limitations of project management certifications?

Through this blog post we share a presentation on project management certifications, what are they, who issue them, what values do they offer the individuals or hiring managers, and what are their limitations.

PMP® certification – natural or manipulated growth?

This would be a very short article and specific to those who are interested in PMP certifications.

For those not familiar with ‘PMP” this refers to the Project Management Professional certification, one of the Project Management Institute (PMI) certifications. Continue reading