The PMP exam is tough, but rewarding. According to the PMI 2015 salary survey, US-based respondents with PMP certificates earn $20,000 more than those without the certification (pg. 12). If you want to reap the benefits, make sure you follow these tips so you can join the prestigious PMP community.
PMP® and PRINCE2 are both highly recognized credentials. Many project managers want to know what the differences are. Others want to know which one is worth investing in. It turns out that PMP and PRINCE2, while being different, are actually complementary. They actually share many of the same values. They’re both built on best practices … Read more
Project Management Professional (PMP) is a certification of competence and best practice knowledge. PMP-certified project managers reportedly earn on average 16 percent more than their non-certified peers. As of 2016, 716,000 project managers are PMP-certified. For decades, this certification has been the gold standard in the United States. How did PMP become so dominant? First, … Read more
The Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is, according to global trainer Arvind Rongala and management consultant Moira Alexander, the most sought after project management certification in the world. But what does this mean for certification holders? Here are the top ten benefits of earning a PMP credential. 1. Higher Base Salary In the … Read more