High Performing Business – Learning – Collective
Michelle LaBrosse, CCPM, PMP, PMI-ACP, RYT
Everyone does projects – each individual, every organization, and every company. When people share a collective understanding of common project management processes, tools, and techniques, they can more easily integrate their project management efforts. Think electrical outlets here. For anyone who has traveled, they know first hand the challenges of having different electrical outlets in different countries. Working together on projects, it’s the same way. When people share a standard for doing their projects, they work together more effectively and efficiently, without having to have layers and layers of translational efforts on how to implement projects.
It is for this reason, Cheetah Learning has hundreds of corporate clients who get a large cadre of their staff who work on projects, Project Management Professional (PMP) certified. This insures they have a mass understanding of the globally accepted principles and practices of Project Management as created by the world wide team of project management experts through the Project Management Institute. If you’re serious about being a contributor to efficient and effective projects within your company and with those companies external to your organization with whom you collaborate, it’s imperative you have sufficient staff cognizant of the standard practices of project management. The way to insure this happens is to have them become Project Management Professional (PMP) certified.
“Maintaining a team of certified Project Managers is a critical success factor in our competitive strategy. We hire some of the smartest and most talented people in our industry and we need to make sure any external training we use hits the mark consistently. And this is why we keep sending our folks to Cheetah Learning to get and keep their Project Management skills top notch. With Cheetah, the best of the best get even better.” – R.P., PMP
At Cheetah Learning, we are ramping up for an exciting year of onsite training with new PMP trainers to accommodate onsite training requests, but even so our 2017 calendar is filling up quick.