PMP, Surely and more lately, you will have heard this term on many occasions when business or project management refers and it is that, it seems, that the Project Management Professional is a figure that is not only on the rise and in fashion but apparently He’s here to stay at least some time.
Well, the acronym PMP corresponds to Project Management Professional
even if we think otherwise, it is not only a professional position or a job, it goes much further.
It is in addition to a professional career so to speak, an Official Certification that, never better said, certifies the person who owns it with the ability to perform this role and develop their career more optimally also thanks to the project management program.
What is the purpose of being certified as a PMP?
At this point surely this will be something new for you already had their accreditation.
Therefore, you may be thinking that with your CV, experience and training are more than necessary but, truth be told, it is not a course nor does it represent such an on the contrary, what comes to just certify and give greater “official” validity is everything you have worked on so far and that, compared to a new professional option, this is more than validated and corroborated.
What does PMP stand for?
PMP is a methodology of planning, organization, and management of resources that seeks to successfully meet the goals of a project, understanding as a project, a coordinated effort that extends over a limited period of time to achieve a certain objective under certain specifications and resources.
The Project Management lets achieve a goal (usually highly complex) through compliance with a series of goals; This allows the project to be completed within the pre-established limits of time and money, with more efficient use of resources.
PMP eliminates intermediaries minimizing bureaucracy getting to accelerate the realization of the project by building an efficient matrix work. Said work structure is separated into different phases (technical and economic-financial feasibility assessment, planning, implementation, closure, and control) to optimize the use of resources while reducing risks. In this way, you get the most out of both the work factor and the capital factor, speeding up the effort of workers and maintaining high motivation and healthy relationships.
The general objective is to plan in advance the way forward, identifying risks, and being clear about the final objective of the project. In this way, an effective and efficient structure can be built that minimizes expenses and ensures that our project will be carried out in the best possible way.
PMP certification is one of the most prestigious in the world in the business project management sector. Having it is a pledge of guarantee when endorsing knowledge and experiences in any of the areas that the Project Management Institute (PMI) identifies within a process, regardless of its nature or the organization that executes it.