Earn the CAPM: Certified Associate in Project Management
Making a career in project management is like many things - experience creates opportunities. But what about getting that experience? Versatile offers project management training online and onsite for people who want to earn their PMP or who just want to build their skills.
If you have taken project management training and think you've discovered a career field, why not hit it hard and study for the Certified Associate in Project Management? The CAPM may not carry resume clout, but earning the certification will build your knowledge and make you more effective on the job.
Learn more about project management training that applies to the CAPM at www.pmi.org.
"Which Tool Should I Use?"
The two most common questions we hear in Versatile's project management training in Seattle, online, and onsite are:
"Did you tell my boss all this?"
"Which software tool should I use?"
We'll talk about your boss another time. At Versatile, we like Microsoft Project, because it is full-featured, designed according to project management best practices and is widely available. But there are other options.
Take a look at the resources at www.project-management.com to see what tools they have found.
Confusion About Agile and Scrum Continues. Project Management Training Answers!
One of the most common questions in our project management training is where agile and scrum fit into the picture.
Here is the simplified answer:
Agile is a software development approach that emphasizes incremental delivery.
Scrum is a team management method that applies the agile, incremental approach.
Project management techniques as they have been traditionally understood, seem at odds with an incremental approach. However, the primary difference is that a critical path schedule is not very useful for managing agile projects.
This video attempts to explain it. Thanks www.ProjectManager.com!