Project Management Institute

Do you have what it takes?

Finding a higher level position in project management requires more than a desire to advance one's career. Today's project managers must learn to develop and use their professional skills in ways that help them compete against an ever-increasing body of candidates. This article suggests how project professionals can gain the skills they need to distinguish themselves from their competitors and promote their ability to successfully manage projects.
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