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3 Certificates to implement in your project

At the end of a project, you want to have generated added value with a new product, an innovative process, or a new service. In my mind, this is just part of a successful project. Only when the process has been efficient in terms of cost and time can I say that a project has been a success.

That is why I have undergone further training over the last few years as:

PMI certified project management professional

The Project Management Institute is an organization that has aimed at a qualitative and structured approach of project management since 1969. The Project Management Professional (PMP) certificate released by the Institute has become a worldwide standard for project management.

It is awarded only to project managers complying with the severe criteria who are able to prove their advanced professionalism in this field.

At least 3 years and 4.500 hours of proven experience as a project leader in all domains of the project management, such as scope definition, planning, risk analysis, quality control and project communication.

Projects coached by a PMP certified project manager have more chance to remain within the budget and to be completed in due time.
I obtained the PMP certificate in 2015.

Scrum Master

Scrum is an Agile methodology that was initially only applied in software development, but for some time no longer exclusively. The main focus is on a self-managing team of experts that works towards interim objectives. Scrum maximises the quality of the project by optimising checking, flexibility and return on investment.

As a Scrum Master, I am a supportive coach, ensuring that all conditions are met to implement Scrum, and enabling the team to function within deadlines at a high level.

PRINCE2 Project Manager

PRINCE2 is a project management methodology intended to optimally organise and manage a project in a controlled environment. As project manager, I am responsible for the day-to-day operation.

The method revolves around 7 principles:

  • Continuous business justification in order to prevent a project proceeding endlessly without added value.
  • Learn from experience.
  • Establish roles and responsibilities at the outset.
  • Divide the project into manageable phases.
  • Only escalate in exceptional circumstances.
  • Plan and steer according to product requirements.
  • Scale the method up or down as necessary.

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