Success in project management rests heavily on the Project Manager’s ability to run what one would describe as the ‘perfect’ race. Though it is important to reach the finish line within the prescribed time while satisfying the needs of the client, it is equally important to ensure the budget is not widely exceeded. Here are a few strategies to keep that budget intact:
The corporate jungle is becoming increasingly complex and as its complexity increases, so is the demand for project managers with the right skills necessary to get the job done quickly and more effectively. There is no reverse in this business; it’s all about the green light. But before you turn right on that highway of project management, here are a few must have skills.
1.Communication- Project leadership calls for clear communication about goals, responsibility, performance, expectations and feedback. Through effective communication, project leaders support individual and team achievements by creating explicit guidelines for accomplishing results and for the career advancement of team members. Which means no one should stumble at the starting lineup; the finish line should be clear cut.
According to recent salary surveys by ZDNET’s Tech Republic organization, PMP® certification is the highest paying credential.
Here are a 10 highest paying IT certifications for the year 2011 which are best in demand. You can opt for any of them depending on which matches your career path.
1. Project Management Professional (PMP)® — At the top of highest paying IT certifications list is PMP certification with a salary ranging from a minimum of $90,428 to a maximum of $117,252 in the US and many other European Countries. One can get this course done at Project Management Institute (PMI) organization and get employed as project managers in leading companies.