Above and beyond

Obtaining a Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is an important milestone in a project manager's career. But without a commitment to--and opportunities for--continuous learning beyond certification, project managers will often lack the knowledge they need to perform as well as they can on future assignments. This article describes the current state of project manager development within the Asia Pacific region. In doing so, it suggests two methods that Asia Pacific-based corporations could implement to create internal project management cultures that value the importance of continuous learning.
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