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What Do Companies like Apple, Amazon and Google Look for in Project Managers?

Epicflow Blog

It’s rather difficult to define what makes a project manager worthy of a dream position. So what are the main aspects that make project managers competitive? It’s a great plus for a project manager to have a formal qualification and receive a certificate demonstrating their proficiency.

When to Use Waterfall vs. Agile

iZenBridge

When you start a project, the one of the most important discovery is to select a life cycle approach. Let’s clarify the most important reasons for selecting a project life cycle approach -Especially between waterfall and Agile.

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Project Management Tools and Services to Consider for 2020

Brad Egeland

The world of project management requires leaders and doers and shakers to make it happen. To make project successful, keep teams cohesive and collaborating toward a great final solution or product or successful implementation. The product is ONEPOINT Projects.

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The 11 Best Project Management Certifications to Consider in 2019

Teamweek

A certificate in project management is a great way to sharpen your skills and bring valuable credentials to your employer, while also increasing your own earning power in the process. The project management industry is growing rapidly, with many opportunities for advancement.

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Review Agile Governance and Audit

Henny Portman

The author follows a project life cycle from idea towards a usable product including governance and control. Conclusion: This easy to read book focusses on projects with an agile delivery team using Scrum, Unified Process or XP.

Risk Management Resources

Herding Cats

Information about key project cost, (technical) performance, and schedule attributes is often uncertain or unknown until late in the program. Risk Management is Project Management for Adults - Tim Lister. Management of Novel Projects Under Conditions of High Uncertainty,” A.

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