The PMP certification is international,, and its theories are common in the international arena. Foreign companies, of course, prefer a project manager with an international certification. It can be said that the PMP certification is currently the most prestigious certificate in the project management community and is highly recognized in over 190 countries and regions worldwide. Fortune Magazine once asserted, “The 21st century is the century of the Project Management Professional rmp because all business activities can be turned into projects.”
PMI initiated the PMP in the USA and has registrants in many countries worldwide. And the PMP management theory is highly influential internationally. Foreign companies and large enterprises are gradually recognizing the PMP management approach and project-based management model. They have also adopted the PMP theory and the PMP mindset.
According to a fall 2014 survey of the US IT industry by a US IT training company Global Knowledge and a magazine Windows IT Pro, the PMI (Project Management Institute) sponsored PMP certification (Project Management Professional) qualification ranked 4th out of the 15 most valuable professional qualifications. The PMP certification is also the number one non-IT security technology certifications. The three certifications before the PMP certification are all IT security technology certifications.
The PMP is available in over 200 countries and regions worldwide. The PMP is recognized in all industries and companies in China and by state agencies. Naturally, it is valued by all sectors in China.
In China, well-known organizations that have sent their staff for PMP certification include IBM China, Microsoft China, Motorola China, Lucent Technologies, HP China, Nokia, UTStarcom, Nortel, Siemens, ABB China, Procter & Gamble China, Shanghai Bell Alcatel, China Construction Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Telecom, China Unicom, China Netcom, China Mobile, PetroChina, Sinopec, CNOOC, Baosteel, Huawei, ZTE, Lenovo, Digital China, Neusoft, China United Engineering Corporation, China Yangtze River Three Gorges Corporation, Jiangsu Transportation Research Institute and many others.
These organizations attach great importance to project management certification. Many companies require senior project managers to be PMP certified. PMP certification is listed as one of the priority hiring requirements in the recruitment requirements of the top 500 companies and well-known organizations for project managers.
The PMP certification has established a high enough status internationally to be recognized by many large international companies. Without a PMP in a corporate project,, working better with partners is impossible.
In addition, in some large projects, the bidding process needs the PMP to be used. PMP holders have more advantages, which is one of the reasons why companies prefer PMP certificate holders.
This is because the PMP® is consistent in its management approach and thinking. The presence of a PMP in a company means that the company has particular strengths and can take advantage of the competition between companies and seize the initiative.
Secondly, the benefits of PMP for the company internally are as follows.
- Cultivate the company’s staff to be highly professional, proficient in professional knowledge, and read the industry.
2. Teamwork is more efficient and conducive to communication. Employees will develop the habit of learning from each other and complementing each other’s strengths in learning PMP. Managers will be able to mobilize and coordinate internal and external resources and consider the overall situation.
The PMP certificate is a ‘hard product,’ but we need the ‘soft product’ that others can see but not touch, which is professional knowledge and efficient project management skills.
While obtaining the PMP certificate, we will first learn the process group of project management and project management knowledge, including a variety of project management professional deepening methods.
This will help us improve our ability to operate in a complex and changing project environment, manage and coordinate project members’ communication, and anticipate project risks.