According to a recent PMI estimate, 'by 2027, companies will need roughly 88 million people in project management-oriented professions.' Demand for project managers over the next 10 years is expanding faster than the need for employees from other occupations.
Looking for a strategy to beat the competitors in today's cutthroat and global economy in chaos, businesses across all industries are including project management in their organizations. This means the requirement for project managers is at an all-time high. Since project management is still an upcoming and flourishing field, the majority of organizations aren’t demanding highly experienced project managers.
So, if you’re a strong communicator, good at planning, can make decisions quickly under pressure, and build an effective team, you’re likely to be a suitable candidate.
In this workshop I of the Project Management Series, Ish Sachdeva will guide you on how to become an entry-level project manager.
Ish Sachdeva, PMO Set Up & Project Management Consultant
He is a Project Manager and a PMO with two decades of experience. Currently, he is using his decades of experience to consult businesses and organizations on how to set up project management for successful deliveries and closures of projects. Having worked with organizations like Wipro he has led, motivated, coached, and mentored a team of 150 IT Infrastructure Resources spread across various technologies for effective and efficient program delivery to ensure business benefits are realized.
As a PMO and consultant, he believes in building a bridge between strategy and execution so that projects deliver business benefits while ensuring it's on time and within budget. He helps organizations sort out complex projects by guiding and mentoring their way to successful projects.
“I have been trying to get into project management for a while. This session helped me to understand how should i progress towards my goal.” Charu Bhatia, Client Success Manager
“Having done my certification with google for PM, I was lost on how should I proceed further. Ish's points were clear and concise which are applicable across continents.” Abhishek Singh, Digital Alliances
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This is a 60-minute Virtual Instructor-Led Program conducted by Ish Sachdeva, PMO Set Up & Project Management Consultant
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