Career Development




According to PMI, Professional development isn’t a one-time thing; it should be a continuous part of your project management career. Make it a priority to assess and improve your skill set, and you’ll increase your value to your organization and enhance your future career prospects.

While technical skills are core to project and program management, PMI research tells us they're not enough in today's increasingly complex and competitive global marketplace. Companies are seeking added skills in leadership and business intelligence - competencies that can support longer-range strategic objectives that contribute to the bottom line.

According to PMI, the three main categories included in the Talent Triangle are as follows:

DSC0171What this means to project and program talent — what this means to you — is a focus on developing the additional skills you need to meet the evolving demands on your profession. But in doing so, it also means new opportunities to elevate your value as a strategic partner in business success.

PMINEO is there to help and support you every step of the way in your career journey with:

We are constantly expanding and updating our list of Career support services, so check back frequently for additional updates.