If projects give you the willies, you’re not alone. More often than not, the project train ends up on the figurative snowbank beside the tracks. In fact, projects get derailed (pun definitely intended) mostly because of a lack of direction, resources, communication, and information.

Fear not, however, these things can be easily remedied with the help of a PMP, a project management professional. Their job is to make sure that the project stays on course and gets finished as smoothly as possible, and they really know their job. The most globally recognized certification for project manager, it’s opening up more than 1.2 million new jobs for the next ten years.

So what are you waiting for? Take a look at this infographic from Villanova University and see what your projects are missing!

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The Problem With Projects


Brian Wallace

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