FXUA is proud to announce that our MBA Student, Ricardo Abella has earned his Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI). Consequently, Ricardo becomes one of the two students at FXUA who are certified as a PMP. PMI is known as a dominant organization with over 600,000 members and operates in approximately 185 countries in the world. FXUA is honored to congratulate Mr. Abella on behalf of our student body for his demonstrated experience, knowledge and performance in achieving this certification.
Many people ask me if the process of earning my PMP Certification was difficult – the answer is yes! It was hard, costly and challenging. Earning the certification was not only costly in terms of money, time, or effort, but was especially taxing in terms of discipline, resilience and attitude. I have successfully managed projects for more than 10 years and had significant experience in dealing with projects, people and constraints. Throughout my career I had learned to combine my experience, my instinct, and my networking skills. However, I believe there are several reasons people should consider getting their PMP certification.
Your decision about taking this test will depend on your personal motivations, professional goals and career objectives. First and foremost, if the term “project management” is involved in your career, getting your PMP Certification should be on your must-do list, for numerous reasons:
And yet, if project management is not your career path, I would still suggest that you consider getting your certification. By doing so:
Ricardo Abella Sarmiento
Alumni, International Business Management
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