Jul 01 2015

Get 20 PDUs in the New CCR Program

Leadership Training 20 Pdu

The Talent Triangle is the heart of the new Continuing Certification Requirement (CCR) for PMI credential holders. To maintain the PMP certification, you need to get 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) in every 3-year cycle. 1 PDU is equivalent to 1-hour of Project Management (PM) engagement. The new CCR program encourages more PM education with …

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Jun 30 2015

PMP® exam is changing in 2015


The exam content outline is now final for those interested in writing their exam after November 1st – only the new version of the exam will be administered. Why the change? A Role Delineation Study (RDS) by Project Management Institute (PMI), provided an updated description of the project management professional role. The RDS captures perspectives …

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Jun 29 2015

6Sigma Interview: Solomon Grande


Every sustained successful change must be altered from the root cause of the identified problem. The root cause of every problem that a corporate entity faces, can be traced to their everyday process in achieving their varying objectives – whether hiring of staffs, creating reports, producing goods or delivering services to their customers. This is why a …

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Jun 25 2015

Emergency Job Opportunity for PMP Certified


An indigenous company is seeking for experienced RIG MANAGERS with good Project Management experience and PMP certification. The candidate will be working in Port Harcourt and remuneration is in accordance with international standards. Kindly forward CVs to “oluwole.aiyela@gmail.com” before C.O.B tomorrow (26/06/2015)

Jun 23 2015

Project Jobs @ Energy Companies


The first commandment that God gave man is to have a career (Gen 2:15). The Project Management jobs to tend are available in the following gardens – Project Manager at General Electric (GE), Planning Engineer at Eni Saipem and Project Coordinator at FMC Technologies. All jobs are sourced from Linkedin so you may need to …

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Jun 18 2015

6Sigma Interview – Green or Black Belt?


Certification is not an end in itself – it is simply a goal setting tool for personal development and capacity building. Through experience, I realized that applied skills are developed through “doing” NOT “reading”. However, sustained expert-level skills are not gained solely through “trial and error”; it requires a strong theoretical mastery to act as …

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Jun 16 2015

Business Analyst – Process Mapping and Modelling


PMtutor would be holding a practical Business Analyst Workshop this Saturday with focus on process Mapping and Modelling. Our aim is to meet corporate demand on problem solving using process mapping. We will explore case studies that will provide insight into how Process Mapping and Process Modeling can enable the highest degrees of productivity and …

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Jun 14 2015

PMP Exam Schedule in Nigeria


Since January 2014, we have had 100% pass at first try on PMP and Lean Six Sigma Exam. Every time, I meditate on this achievement, my first thank goes to God for giving me the wisdom to come up with a fool-proof system to ensure guaranteed success. Secondly, I realize that 90% of delegates that …

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Jun 02 2015

Who is a Black Belt?


The concept of Black Belt as a ranking was first used in the martial arts called Judo in the 19th century and has since spread to fields of martial arts to denote an “expert” in the field in question. Although Lean Six Sigma (LSS) has nothing to do with martial arts, there is a parallel …

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May 26 2015

50% Discount on SAP to celebrate Democracy Day


There is so much expectation regarding the handover on the 29th of May 2015 – A new party is taking over the government after 16years of the same party hence change is expected. However, true change comes with responsibility and accountability on the path of everyone especially the citizenry. To celebrate Nigeria’s Democracy Day, we are …

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May 18 2015

Building Predictive Models – Basic to Advance


“All models are wrong but some are useful” – George Box Can you tell the future? One important advice I give to all Career Managers or Entrepreneurs seeking to remain relevant in their chosen field is to always remain indispensable to their boss or customers. With increase globalization and systematization, comes the demand for excellence …

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