Every project has risks—events or conditions that, if they occur, have positive or negative effects on a project’s objectives. And project managers are risk managers, some better than others. If you want to improve your project success through better risk management, consider getting certified as a Risk Management Professional.
There are several reasons you might pursue this credential. First, you may simply want to improve your ability to identify, evaluate, respond to, and control risks. These skills can translate into greater project success.
Second, if you wish to perform a specialized risk management function for organizations, programs, and projects. The PMI-RMP certification process greatly enhanced my knowledge and skills and prepared me to better serve as the Director of Enterprise Risk Management for a large property and casualty insurance company.
Third, if you desire to complement your Project Management Professional (PMP) credential with another credential, you may choose the PMI-RMP. Think about it—you’ve already studied many of the knowledge areas that you would see on the PMI-RMP exam. Why not take advantage of what you know to gain further distinction and enhance your career?
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