A SUPPLEMENT TO PM NETWORK® PUBLISHED BY PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Intellectual Property as a 3
PMI and INCOSE Align To 7
Help Organizations Improve
Events Calendar 8
Conference Focuses On Project 11
Management in Cloud Computing
Region 3 Leaders Exchange 12
Ideas at Summit 2011
Region 15 Leaders Share 13
Chapter Links 14
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hen you engage in pro-
activities to stay current
on new techniques in the profession,
you do more than earn PDUs or build
up your resume. Professional devel-
opment allows you to increase your
understanding of project management,
refine your skills and ultimately, grow
as an individual.
By Sandy Farnan
Beyond personal progression, these
undertakings can also lead to career
advancement or career opportunities
by allowing you to maintain or obtain
professional credentials. You can participate in professional development
activities at any age or career level. PMI
makes it easy by providing classes, conferences, seminars, online simulations
and courseware to fit your schedule,
budget and learning style.
the years from the long-running
eSeminars WorldSM to the new
e-learning on-demand products.
If you are new to project management,
learn the basics with Introduction to
Project Management: Project Movie.
This web-based self-study course
teaches processes and techniques
through an interactive movie scenario.
Applying the Fundamentals of
Project Management teaches the
basic project management concepts.
You will serve as a project manager of
a 60-minute documentary film. Many
participants use this web-based self-study course as an additional resource
when preparing for the Certified
Associate in Project Management
Both of these e-learning courses
are now offered in Spanish.
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