Keeping Your Projects In-Check

People have said, for many years now, that ‘the best things in life are free’.  While this may be a true statement with many things in life, it should not be taken to mean that these “best things” come easy or without proper planning. A good project manager knows this, and with any project, is concerned with meeting a project’s budgetary and time constraints, legal and procurement methods, initial scope requirements, etc … not to mention requirements from a resource allocation perspective.

As practices and trends in project management develop and evolve, proactive
project managers, event producers, product managers – and many others find
great value in formal study of the discipline.

Whether it’s studying for the PMP Exam or the CAPM Exam, learning the
basics of Microsoft Project 2010, or taking a class on Project Communication
skills – you can rely on providers like Medhira to train for excellence.  From short, virtual sessions to extensive, onsite training, you can count on us for all of your project management training and coaching needs.  In fact, our PM Landscape Certificate courses start next week in NYC for those looking to find PM study inspiration between the office and the beach in August.

Current PMs should also know that, according to PMI, approximately 30% of the PMP exam content will change on August 31, 2011. Medhira has updated our PMP/CAPM Exam
Prep course and online mock PMP test materials to comply with the new test. This
preparation material has helped more students than we can count, and if it could
help one of your friends or colleagues, encourage them to try it out today!

Whether it be travel, beach, or fun – the team at Medhira wishes you a fantastic August!

About medhiraenterprises

Anita Dhir, PMP®, President/CEO Medhira Enterprises,, is a lead consultant and trainer providing project management and operational best practice solutions to her global clients. She has over 25 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies where she has successfully planned and implemented strategic quality and project management initiatives such as project office, training, and process improvement for organizations. Anita has conducted over 500 plus workshops across the globe and shared her expertise with over 4000 students. Anita served on various PMI Chapter Boards between 1998 and 2008. She is an Adjunct Professor at NYU. She has degrees in Computer Engineering and Physics. Anita can be reached at
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