Program Management Professional credential

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Project Management Institute

Program Management Professional credential

Project Management Institute (PMI) is the advocate for the profession, guiding its growth by building global consensus on roles and defining competencies through its credentialing program. With eligibility competencies that reflect the knowledge and experience of entry-level practitioners through to seasoned executives.

In 2007, PMI adds to its credential family – the Program Management Professional (PgMPSM). This new credential provides distinction to individuals who demonstrate, through their knowledge, skills and job experience, the competence to manage programs.

Program managers typically function at the strategic level – with direct access to the executive suite and the responsibility to provide strategic direction for one or more projects. The prominence of individuals with this credential increases the value of project management offices (PMOs) by:

  • Aligning multiple projects to optimize achievement of program goals
  • Providing a more comprehensive approach to resource allocation
  • Increasing support for accomplishment of organizational project management maturity

Learn more: www.pmi.org/PgMP

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