Take-up of the PMP project management certification will continue to accelerate, but is no longer enough.
With 400,000+ holders, the PMP project management certificate will continue to be the most popular project management credential in the world, outpacing every one of its rivals as the "credential of choice" among practitioners. While most organisations will continue to support their project and programme managers in earning the credential, the value of proven experience and demonstrated competency will take on even more relevance beyond having the certification.
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