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Career Progression for Project Managers
by Hélène Pielmeier
December 22, 2017
December 22, 2017

 
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Summary
After a few months or years on the job, even the best project managers can feel like they reached a career dead end. Some leave for a better job, others experience a slump in their performance. This reality poses a challenge for businesses to retain and motivate PMs. Investing in training project managers only to see them fail or leave because they see no future with your company means that language service providers lose a significant investment and the institutional knowledge that lets them provide consistently great client service. 

To understand how LSPs provide proactive career management for the PM function, CSA Research surveyed more than 250 heads of project management groups. In this report, we present the logic behind career paths for project managers, the triggers and criteria that play into promotion discussions, typical timeframes for career progression, and advice for developing career management programs.


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Pages: 12
 

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