Monday, May 7, 2012

Learn more (and earn more PDUs) with PWWCBA: New Webinars Released

In anticipation of PW&WCBA 2012 this coming September we've relaunched our industry resources page with fresh content.

Now you can view Project World live event videos and photos as they're released for a preview of the experience or to refresh your memory of last year's event.  Our Ready to Use Templates section remains for your convenience, plus, you can see what we're up to on Facebook & Twitter.

Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, we've released 12 of our PW&WCBA web seminars to the general public. Visit the resource page here to browse topics and view.

A perennial PW&WCBA favorite, the Year-Round Learning PW&WCBA Web Seminar Series is only open to event attendees and allows our attendees to earn up to 36 PDUs/CDUs total between the event and the on-demand seminars.

Topics covered include, but aren't limited to:
• Agile Methodology
• Managing Stakeholders Expectations
• Collaboration
• Enterprise Business Analyst Responsibilities
• Mind Mapping
• Enterprise Business Analyst Integration in the Business
• Facilitation Skills - PowerPoint & Story Writing
• Critical Chain • Managing Virtual Teams
• What a BA Needs to Know About IT
• Portfolio Management
• Moving from a Manager to a Leader
• Motivating Teams & Increasing Team Performance
• Building an Excellence Center
• Risk Management
• Enterprise Architecture

If you are interested in earning or maintaining your PMP certification, join us at PW&WCBA 2012 for your chance to earn up to 36 PDUs. All readers of our blog receive an exclusive 15% discount off the standard registration rate with code PW12BLOG.

1 comment:

cer1projectmanagement said...

The Project Management Professional (PMP) degree is given by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and has existed for a significant amount of time. It basically certifies you as an expert in project management. The benefits of getting a PMP include potential salary increase as well as better professional recognition and better potential in general. It also looks great on your resume, making it stand out.