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Project Manager Training?
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I was wondering if anybody out there had a formal or informal PM "break in" or training program. The PM programs that I've looked into don't really apply to landscape architecture. There's got to be…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner Jan 11.

 

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J. Robert Wainner replied to Colter Sonneville's discussion 'Project Manager Training?'
"I tend to agree with what Keith has suggested here. Colter, you didn't mention if you were currently working for an LA firm or how many yrs. of experience you have as an LA. Normally, I have found that "Project Managers" get this job…"
Jan 11
Keith A. French replied to Colter Sonneville's discussion 'Project Manager Training?'
"Someone once told me that if you want to be an expert on anything read 10 books abount the subject and you will be in the top 80 to 90 % of experts on the subject. Reading about Project Management is one of those subjects. Find every bloody book you…"
Jan 10
landscapeplanner replied to Colter Sonneville's discussion 'Project Manager Training?'
"I am currently working on a Project Management Professional (PMP) designation.  I'm not a landscape architect but I'm an AICP planner doing subdivision design.  The PMP is a general project management credential that is found…"
Sep 13, 2016
Tosh K replied to Colter Sonneville's discussion 'Project Manager Training?'
"In small offices you're forced into it; larger ones may send you through a program (PSMJ a consulting firm offered one).  Yes, engineering/architecture PMing is all the same - I'd say engineers tend to have a smoother process as they…"
Sep 13, 2016

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