Episode 3: Work Breakdown Structure

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Episode 3: Work Breakdown Structure

NICK WALKER:  Welcome to Manage This, the podcast by project managers, for project managers.  It’s a chance for us to get together every couple of weeks and have a conversation about what matters to you as a professional project manager.  We’ll cover subjects such as project management certification, doing the job of project management; and […]

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Episode 2: Exam Strategies – How To Guess

NICK WALKER:  Welcome to Manage This, the podcast by project managers, for project managers.  It’s a chance for us to get together every couple of weeks and have a conversation about what matters to you as a professional project manager.  We’ll cover subjects such as project management certification and hear some real-life stories from folks […]

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Episode 1: PMP Exam Changes Effective January 11th, 2016

NICK WALKER:  Welcome to Manage This, the podcast by project managers for project managers.  Today is Tuesday, January 5th, and every couple of weeks we’re going to get together to talk about topics related to project management certification, but also about things that matter to you as a professional project manager. I’m your host, Nick Walker, […]

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Heath Brothers Feature

A message from Velociteach: We wanted to share our excitement and gratitude from a recent newsletter that trickled into our inbox a few days ago. Chip and Dan Heath are bestselling co-authors (Made to Stick, Switch, and Decisive), brothers, and a duo with an immense amount of respect from many readers (including us). Their latest […]

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PMI’s Updated Requirements for PDUs

As you may have heard, PMI is changing up the details of their Continuing Certification Requirements. This is the program that classifies how you earn your 60 PDUs to maintain your certification. The general process isn’t changing; there are just new limitations in the different categories. It varies per certification, but I’ll focus on PMP. […]

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PMP Certified? Here’s How to Keep Up With Your PDUs!

So you just became PMP certified? Hey, congrats! I’m sure the last thing on your mind right now is planning your required 60 PDUs for the next three years. Don’t worry; I’ll break it down for you. I would suggest bookmarking PMI’s page on Maintaining Your PMI Certification. This has all the appropriate links you’ll […]

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The Handy-Dandy PMP Boot Camp Preparation Checklist

As you are probably already aware, the road to PMP can be quite the lengthy one. In instances like these, the best tool to get me through the process is creating checklists. There’s that amazing sense of accomplishment that comes from noting a completed task. So, in effort to make things easier (and to give […]

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Why the Right PMP Boot Camp is Worth It

A couple days ago, I posed a question to our social media audience: What is holding you back from taking a PMP boot camp? I was curious, and this curiosity stemmed from a blog I happened to stumble upon. The blog listed The 5 Reasons Not to Take a Boot Camp. I should mention first […]

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Achieving Your PMP Goals: New Year, New You!

With Christmas not quite here yet, it may seem a bit overzealous to start talking about New Year’s resolutions. Call me spirited, but let’s address it anyway! I love this time of year, because there is this change in the air that promotes positive change. We’re thankful in November, celebrating in December, and soon setting […]

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The Online PMP Prep Course Experience: Breaking the Myths

I can almost guarantee that you’re either horrified by the idea of an online class, or you’re ready to jump on board. There is rarely an in between, mostly because people learn in different ways. Some thrive when they’re at a computer, while there are those that need a traditional classroom environment to be engaged. […]

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