PMI Credential Passport - your passport to career growth December 2010

This issue contains several features to help you improve your project results, from better serving international customers to a superior assessment of your project schedule. Plus, learn how to claim PDUs for your professional project management work.

Knowledge Zone

Three Tips to Improve Your Project ResultsThree Tips to Improve Your Project Results Today across multiple industries and geographies, project managers are increasingly asked to deliver more top-line business value through project results.
Get Better Results from Your Project ScheduleGet Better Results from Your Project Schedule A properly constructed, project-specific schedule model is the key to planning and executing a successful project.

Deliver Better Results for International CustomersDeliver Better Results for International Customers It's not easy to deliver flawless project outcomes, especially for international clients in markets or geographic locations that are new to you.

Expert Advice From Around the World

Four PMI credential holders share their strategies for handling new and emerging project risks.
Markham, Ontario, Canada São Paulo, Brazil Safat, Kuwait Mumbai, India Learn to Maintain Your PMI Credential

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