In addition to graduates and early career professionals, we also see interest from people who not need the PMP® as a career requirement but want to gain the foundational discipline.
To execute on their projects because of their understanding that improving your project management skills increases your ability to get things done. These audiences include entrepreneurs and professionals from non-technical sectors. For this pilot, we will refer to them as the ‘alternative’ audience.
PRINCE2 is a process-based method for effective project management, and this qualification will equip you with the fundamental skills needed to be a successful project manager. The PRINCE2 framework is used all over the world, and can be tailored to suit any project you are managing.
As of 1st January 2020, AXELOS (the PRINCE2 accrediting body) has officially changed the name of ‘PRINCE2 2017’ to PRINCE2 6th edition. This is to ensure that the PRINCE2 language is aligned with that used by other frameworks in the project management industry. The new naming also reflects the legacy, heritage and authority of PRINCE2 best practice.
Scrum.org has created these Professional Scrum Competencies to help guide an individual’s personal development with Scrum. Building proficiency with Scrum starts with the fundamentals, Understanding and Applying the Scrum Framework, and it is the foundation for personal growth. The competencies and underlying focus areas apply to the Scrum Team (Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Development Team Members) and to other roles in the organization such as Agile Leaders.
Organizations can benefit from the use of a common understanding of the competencies and focus areas that they use to evaluate and balance their team’s proficiencies based on their unique needs. View how Scrum.org Professional Scrum Training Courses cover the Focus Areas.
There’s a reason project professionals in more than 200 countries have earned and maintained their PMP certification. It delivers real value in the form of professional credibility, deep knowledge and increased earning potential.
And those benefits have staying power. It’s not only a matter of higher potential salaries across the arc of a career. The PMP is about getting credit for what you already know and honing your skills. It’s about pushing yourself to excel—and then being recognized for excellence.