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John P. Reiling, PMP: Three Triggers Reveal Whether You Need a Certification

It’s a New Year. Time to set some new goals. Maybe there is a job you want…or a particular role, set of activities, or work environment…or maybe you just want to earn more money!

In all cases, you want to advance…and would like to take control and do something about it.

And one task for you is to assess whether your situation warrants the effort and expense to pursue a certification – whether PMP, CAPM, Agile/Scrum, Business Analysis, MS Project, or any other.

As you think about it, here are three things to consider:

  • YOUR FOOTHOLD IN THE FIELD:  If you are well-established and known in the field, whether through your position in the organization or industry, or some other credentials, then you may not need the certification. However, if you are making any kind of move and feel the need for a resume boost that will put you over the top, then the choice is clear that the certification will do you some good.
  • BREADTH AND DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE IN THE FIELD:  If your knowledge indisputable, and you have already achieved a high level of expertise in the field, have a bread of exposure, experience, and knowledge that clearly establish you as a guru, then you may not benefit from the certification. However, if you are feeling that you fall short in terms of knowledge and expertise to complement your experience, the certification will probably help to fill any gaps and elevate your status.
  • CERTIFICATION AS A CONDITION FOR THE JOB: Is the certification a condition for the job, and how long will it potentially serve you? If the job does not require the certification, that could be a flag about the job. But don’t react too strongly, as the certification could still help you either get the job or perform more effectively. Think about how important the certification is to entry into the position, keeping the position, and maintaining your status a while down the road.

 

Think carefully about the benefits of certification in terms of these three considerations, and you’ll be sure to pick the right certifications and move forward efficiently and confidently.

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John Reiling, PMP

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