I heard about PMP a lot, so got interested to go for the certification. I am in the HR department, will it be beneficial for me in upgrading my career?
Project Management Professional (PMP) // Question by Akram | Jan 13, 2019
MyLearningKey- Jan 17, 2019 - 11am
I believe all the roles in any company should receive training in project management.
As PMP, you have to take care of core aspects of the deliverables and tasks, such as Scope, Time, Cost and Quality.
In fact, HR is one of the knowledge areas of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).
So, adding this mix of knowledge together, you - as an HR manager - will hopefully select candidates not only by reading their resume, but by digging deeper into the background of the person taking into consideration what really matters in any job: how the person has taken care of the tasks assigned to him/her, the time invested, and the quality of the deliverable.
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