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Fundamentals of Program ManagementFundamentals of Program Management

Strategic Program Bootstrapping for Business Innovation and Change

Strategy-program disconnect can be a source of project failure. Based on a popular book in Japan, this title brings program managers deeply into the realm of business strategy, and sees it as one with program management.

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PMI credentials certify your knowledge and experience in project management so you can be more confident at work and more competitive in the job market.

Several different certifications including the PMP® fit a range of experience levels and needs. Find out more or get started now to apply.

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Learn more about project management

Customer Centric Project ManagementCustomer Centric Project Management

By Elizabeth Harrin and Phil Peplow

Customer centricity is important for project performance. This book provides a straightforward guide to moving your business to a customer-centric way of working. It can help you ensure that customer centricity is sustainable and supported in the organization.

Tapping the Talent PipelineTapping the Talent Pipeline

Organizations are challenged to identify, recruit and nurture top talent. Some sources to tap are internal candidates, industry events, university campuses, social media and word-of-mouth. icon pdf [467 KB]

Three Reasons to Dim Project Stoplights

Blogger Kevin Korterud reports recurring instances of “stoplight overkill.” A “red” status can mean many things, and stoplights can be “gamed.” Share your thoughts — best response will be published as a post.

Pulse of the Profession Manage Risks in Complex Projects

Dealing effectively with risks in complex projects is difficult and requires management interventions that go beyond simple analytical approaches. This is one finding of a major field study into risk management practices and business processes of 35 major product developments in 17 high-technology companies. icon pdf [183 KB]