When I was a PMO leader, I felt like I was constantly in hiring mode.
I learned a lot about what to look for in the hiring process and could tell a lot about a candidate by asking the right questions like, “How did you study for the exam?”
Having my PMP since 2004 and leading many PMP prep study programs, I knew a lot about the process of preparing for the exam, and every single time someone told me that they took a boot camp style course to cram the content, they would fail the PMBoK questions I asked. Every time.
If your goal is to become more valuable to your organization, boot camps don’t work!
Learn what you need to know to not just have PMP after your name, but know how to apply what you know to all of your projects. That’s how you become more valuable, marketable, and high-IMPACT!