Zyad Alhasan is a Project Management Trainer and Consultant with more than 11 years of experience in the field of project management. His field of expertise includes project management, project planning, process management, telecommunications, and business analysis. He also knows GSM and Primavera P6. Zyad holds various certifications including:

  • Mini Telecom MBA
  • PMI Scheduling Professional 
  • PMI Agile Certified Practitioner
  • Business Development Manager 
  • PRINCE2 (Foundation & Practitioner)
  • PMI Risk Management Professional
  • PMI Professional in Business Analysis
  • PMI Project Management Professional
  • Business Development Manager (PMD Pro)

He has reviewed the uCertify PMI ACP course and provided his valuable feedback. Please read it here:

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The uCertify PMI ACP course includes the complete syllabus of the PMI ACP certification exam. This course contains pre and post-assessments, practice tests, and Lab to provide hands-on learning on the PMI ACP certification exam objectives.

The course is well organized and discussed on all the exam topics. I strongly recommend this PMI ACP course to anyone interested in preparing for the PMI ACP certification exam.

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Johnny Monges is the CEO of Monges BIM. He has more than 12 years of experience in the field of project management. He is skilled in strategic planning, cost control, advanced concrete, building information modeling, and more. Johnny can work with tools and technologies such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project, BIM 360, and AutoCAD Civil 3D. He is also a partner of the company Visual Emotion and works with the technology of Point Cloud, Photogrammetry, 3D Surveying, GIS, Infrastructures, Virtual Tours 4K, and Surveys with unmanned ships (Drone).

He has reviewed our PRINCE2 course and provided his valuable feedback:

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I have enrolled in the uCertify PRINCE2 course and was very much impressed by the platform and the course. The course comes with comprehensive chapters and lessons for certification exam prep. Learning resources such as flashcards, quizzes, and practice tests gave me enough practice to be prepared for the certification exam.

The UI of the platform is simple and easy to navigate. The course and lab cover every topic covered in the PRINCE2 certification exam. I recommend this course to candidates who are preparing for the PRINCE2 certification exam.

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Our 2020 hindsight vision for project management is seeing project leads focusing not on the projects themselves, but rather the people who make up the team. In 2020 we’re predicting that: 

  • Project teams will have a more varied makeup
  • Project leads will work on developing soft skills
  • Getting a better idea of the strengths and weakness of your team
  • Working with unrelated projects and fields
  • Flexibility in your managerial philosophy

The upcoming decade will usher in a new age because it’s going to focus on the personal development of everyone involved in the projects you work on. By focusing on the people and building them up, you’ll be able to provide clients with a better product, and that will instill pride in your team.

Project Teams Will be More Diverse

Society is changing in big ways, more often than not for the better! We’re seeing more representation from various groups that historically are known as visible minorities in a variety of fields.

It doesn’t matter what age you enter the workplace, your degree level, if you’re apart of the LGBTQ+, a racial minority, or someone with a disability, these differences will be more commonplace. Rather than head for the hills, sort of speak embrace these differences.

Each person on your team will have different life experiences, due to a variety of factors, which means that you now how fresh and varying perspectives when it comes to tackling a variety of issues.

Besides personal traits, the workforce is changing in terms of employee makeup. The days of office workers being either salary or hourly are long behind us. This is partial because, with jobs and tasks shifting towards a heavy technological aspect, some companies are taking advantage of freelancers and remote workers.

Freelancers are great for short term needs and projects, and if they impress, they receive another project brief. Remote workers are taking traditional office jobs and allowing people to work from a home office, which reduces stress and boosts productivity and happiness. You could find freelancers on the portals like WriteScout and Subjecto.

Fostering Collaboration Between Unrelated Field and Projects 

We’re also predicting that previously related fields and projects will begin working together to save companies not only time, but also money when researching creative solutions, and developing products.

One instance of unrelated related fields coming together was Sociology and Myrmecology, a branch of Entomology focused on the study of ants.

Project Managers Will Need More Refined Skill Sets

Besides the technical skills a manager has, they’ll also need solid soft skills because colleges do a great job at teaching people industry knowledge, but don’t develop skills that businesses are looking for. Soft skills are the interpersonal skills that make people love or hate their manager.

A couple of examples of soft skills that managers need are the ability to accept feedback, creative and critical thinking, being flexible, and being a good communicator. A quick note on communicating, it’s more than talking, it’s also dependent on listening.

In 2020 we also think that tech will continue to trend as it has, and AI will become more important to businesses in 2020. Skills related to fields like robotics, computer science, and data analytics will be more important to companies.

Analyzing Not Only the Results But also Your Team

One thing that should be apparent to all project leads is that not all team members share the same skill sets. Each person has different skills that they offer, and as the manager, it’s your job to set up the team for success. However, the challenge lies in figuring out how to distribute tasks.

Managers Becoming Less Dogmatic With Their Management Philosophies

This is important because as the world changes around us, it forces management styles to be more flexible. By being able to alternate between different management styles, you can control things like decision making, job allocation, and you’ll have a defined leadership structure.

Conclusion

We hope you’re just as excited as we are for the dawn of a new decade. The future looks bright! Whether your a manager, a seasoned employee or a trainee, we’re all going to gain new skills. By developing people and setting them up for success, you’ll create a better product, and help shape the future.

Andres Mendez has more than 13 years of experience working in different IT projects related to the Utilities Sector and Algorithmic Trading. He is currently working as a System Analyst at Verizon. He also has hands-on experience in Java 7/8, NodeJS, Angular 6/7, JSP, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, SQL/NoSQL databases, and Math Programming. Andres has a Master’s degree in Computer Science.

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“The uCertify PMI PMP course and lab has good, relevant material that will help you understand all the key concepts asked in the PMP certification exam. 

The course has several practice tests that contain questions identical to the PMI PMP certification exam. There are knowledge checks added in the course to give you a real exam experience.”

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Mamoun Wedyan is an Information System Consultant with more than 22 years of experience in the field of information technology. His field of expertise includes project management, project planning, databases, management, and troubleshooting. He is also knowledgeable in tools and technologies such as SQL, servers, operating systems, Java, Linux, and many more. He holds various certifications including:

  • Project Management Office Certified
  • PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner Certificate
  • ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management
  • PRINCE2 Foundation Certificate in Project Management
  • PRINCE2 Practitioner Certificate in Project Management
  • P3O Foundation Certificate in Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices

Mamoun has reviewed our PRINCE2 course and provided his valuable feedback:

Mamoun Wedyan Reviewed our PRINCE2 Course

I took the uCertify PRINCE2 course for the PRINCE2 certification exam preparation. The course comes with pre-assessment and post-assessment practice tests. The course includes lessons, performance lab, and real-exam based practice questions. I found this course very helpful for certification exam prep.

The course is detailed and easy to understand. Overall, I will give uCertify 5 out of 5 stars and would recommend it to anyone who wants a self-paced study tool to prepare for their PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner certification exam.”

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