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Integrated PM Certification

Integrated PM Certification

“If I become certified in using Integrated PM, then others will know my capabilities, but more importantly, I will have verified my capabilities, and know my readiness.”

You may have wondered about this logo, it represents pmNERDS approach to Integrated PM. The center illustrates Venus- the Morning Star. Every morning is a new journey for those involved in continuous improvement. The feet, connected in one round represents the community effort in change. The seven points on the star symbolize the seven pillars of certification. There are three certification types; the Specialist, the Governor, and the Planner. All three types certify Integrated PM on different mixtures of the Pillars.

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Requesting a Community Coach

Requesting a Community Coach

"If I participate in the coaching program, then I will get more value from the community, but I am afraid, don’t have time, lack the commitment, don’t have the energy, …, there is no real issue, just do it!"

It shouldn’t be a surprise that very few things in the community are activities for the individual. PM is a team sport, and shouldn’t be attempted alone.

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Coaching Others in the Community

Coaching Others in the Community

“If I coach new members, then I will develop friendships, but I need to know the best way to quickly create a focus on change and goal accomplishment.”

Short-term coaching is particularly useful in certain PM situations: The learner is a temporary assignment to your PM team. The learner is someone that has been outsourced and will be providing a temporary service. The coaching goal is sufficiently precise and narrow in scope that it can be achieved in a short time period, or the learner has a limited window of opportunity in which to develop in the agreed-upon coaching area. Short-term coaching will not be useful if the coaching goal is beyond the scope of what can be achieved in a short time frame, or if the learner is either too low in self-mastery or has insufficient skills and/or on-the-job experience to achieve the coaching goal within the allotted period.

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The Volunteer Coaching Program

The Volunteer Coaching Program

"If I join the pmNERDS’ Community, then I can share information assets, learn, and collaborate on real Integrated PM issues to improve performance, but it’s difficult and time consuming to learn how to do everything."

It’s true, our community website is a complicated web application with many features designed to make our community more effective.

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Action Research

Action Research

“If I look for better ways to manage projects, then I can increase competitive advantage for our entire organization, but it’s hard for organizations to learn from their activities.”

Whatever way you look at Action Research, you’ll find it the favorite of project managers, and by the way, the most valuable part of being in a community. The purpose of action research is to develop new skills or new approaches and to solve problems with direct application to your project, Integrated PM methods, or within the working PM setting.

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