The secret of their success

An economic power shift is taking place worldwide. The United States, United Kingdom, and Japan are still slowly recovering from recession damage, while other countries like Greece and Portugal have slipped into chaos. This turmoil has caused much damage, but also has made room for a new class of fast-growing economies--including Taiwan and Singapore. This article discusses how fast-growing economies need to invest in project management and training opportunities to meet the demands of global competition. In doing so, it cites how Taiwan's gross domestic product (GDP) has grown and relates the importance of project management to maintain this accelerating economy. It reveals how this country has made Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification part of its workforce's training. Singapore's economy, much like Taiwan, has grown as well, and this article details how the country requires employees to hold project management certifications. These certifications instill confidence in project delivery. Not a
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