Prices increase March 21. Get your PDU’s now

After 9 years in business and for the first time ever, we will be increasing our prices significantly on March 21. We are making this change in order to continue offering the highest quality support around. We consider you one of our valued customers so we wanted you to be one of the first to know.

This past year, my team and I personally spoke with over 30,000 of project managers just like you to answer questions and plan for the PMI CCRS changes that went into effect December 1.

Through these candid conversations, we learned a great deal about the value our programs have provided our customers to maintain their certification credits easily and cultivate their leadership skills quickly providing them new opportunities to transition up to executive positions.

In an effort to maintain the highest quality to inspire and elevate people, we must raise our prices – the first time ever in 9 years.

With only a few days remaining until March 21consider purchasing courses *now* to support your self-development path. 

Please note that every course promoted on our site has been aligned with the *new* PMI Talent Triangle and has been approved by PMI for PDUs. You will find the *Skill Areas* that each course satisfies at the top of the detailed product page on our site. You can see find courses in each area of the Talent Triangle by clicking the links below:

I highly recommend the 60 PDU courses as they remain our top sellers and the price will increase significantly.

My team and I are here to support you so please contact us if you have questions on the right courses for you.

We appreciate your business and continued trust as your PDU partner.

jennifer Signature Commemorates Four Years as a Leading Resource for Project Management Professionals


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Jennifer Bridges

404.815.4644 Commemorates Four Years as a Leading Resource for Project Management Professionals

ATLANTA, GA (August 1, 2011)—Today, celebrates its fourth birthday, a period during which it has transformed the PMP (Project Management Professional) certification industry. The site, which launched with two core courses, has become an internationally recognized productivity enhancer offering over 300 Portable & Affordable®, self-paced courses from recognized industry professionals, speakers, published authors, and thought leaders.

“When I launched in 2007, I knew that busy PMPs needed a better way to earn and maintain their PMP certifications,” says Founder Jennifer Bridges. “It was a very freeing concept, the idea that PMPs could download self-paced courses to their smartphone, iPods, or other portable devices and follow the curriculum when and where time allowed. I am sure many PMPs still remember with dread the long hours they spent in classrooms or online training, away from family and business, earning their required credits.”

The first two courses Bridges launched, Optimize Your Thinking® and the now-legendary Pizza Party® are “greatest hits,” not only on the site but also with Bridges’s corporate clients from before she launched Today on the site, PMPs can purchase single and bundled courses with PDU values ranging from one PDU upon completion to over 300 PDUs (enough for five certifications).

During these four years, has also built a reputable community of PMP-certified project managers intent on assisting others improve their skills. This has been accomplished through the dissemination and publication of project management resources through’s Blog, LinkedIn

Discussion Groups, Twitter, and cutting edge technology such as the Mobile PMP Club™ on the iZigg mobile marketing platform. 

About is the Portable & Affordable® market leader and mobile learning provider for Professional Development Unit (PDU) credits toward Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification renewal as accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®.  This simple, fast and flexible system provides Project Managers on the Go® with an easy way to complete their self-paced, downloadable courses anywhere, at any time.

This site has become the “iTunes® for Project-Management” and allows students to gain access to world-class project management-centric authors with credible and applicable content and receive downloadable (vs. streaming) content toward PMI-accredited project management training and development. For more information about, please visit or call 404-815-4644.

Seeking QUALIFIED Job Candidates for a Senior Sales Executive Position

Our client is growing and is looking to add to a Senior Sales Executive to their team. This company architects and builds business processes that integrate sales, marketing, finance and operations data for SMBs ranging from $10M to $250M. This company was founded in 2003 and is growing rapidly to meet their customer’s needs. Because of their proprietary methodology and technology expertise, they are well-equipped to deliver real-time analytics and reporting capabilities that are guaranteed to boost their client’s productivity, efficiency and profitability.

JOB TITLE: Senior Sales Executive


  1. 10+ years experience selling B2B technology solution
  2. ERP or CRM experience a plus, but not required.  Microsoft Dynamics experience even better.
  3. Consultative selling to Small Businesses (SMBs)


Must be willing to travel up to 25%


Competitive salary and commissions package, no cap, plus benefits.


Office located North of the Perimeter in Atlanta, Ga.

If (and, only if) you meet these qualifications and accept the requirements in the job description, please email your resume to as the referral source.
NOTE — If you become a candidate, you will be contacted.  Otherwise, you will not.
DISCLAIMER: Inc does not receive any compensation for this referral.  This is a benefit that we provide to our community of PMPs.

Cox Communications Hiring Sr. Level Program Manager

Cox Communications is seeking a Senior level program manager with positive “can-do” attitude. Focuses on relationship building in Voice & Data telecom subject matter. Capable of maintaining synergy among diversed, matrix organization while driving hard timelines. Communicates effectively at all levels of a politically charged business environment. Understands basic PM concepts, tools & techniques as well as how & when to apply them.

If (and, only if) you qualify for these qualities and skills in the PM job description below, please contact Dana Dawson at as the referral source.
Disclaimer: Inc nor Jennifer Bridges gets any compensation for this referral.  This is a benefit that we provide to our community of PMPs.
Project Manager II

REPORTS TO: Director, Cox Business Product Technology


This position is a primary point of contact for technical project activities for Cox Business projects within Product Technology of Cox Communications.  This individual manages project resources, scope, schedules, quality, issues, and risks throughout the initiation, planning, building, implementation and closure phases of assigned projects.  The position duties involves defining and achieving project objectives, creating SOWs, developing project plans, corresponding with the project sponsor and delivery teams, managing adherence to production standards, and participation in the change management process.


1-Develops detailed project schedules, project estimates, resource plans, and status reports; tracks key project milestones and adjusts project plans and/or resources to meet needs of customers

2-Initiates, plans, executes, and controls project efforts that utilize technological solutions

3-Establishes and implements project management processes and methodologies to ensure projects are delivered on time, within budget, adhere to high-quality standards, and meet customer expectations

4-Develops and executes management plans for time, cost, scope, quality, communications, risk, human resources, procurement and integration

5-Translates project requirements into project objectives and tasks

6-Reports on project progress throughout the project lifecycle

7-Identifies and gains allocation of project team resources; obtains business and information technology sponsor approvals; and coordinates the resources necessary to successfully complete the project

8-Communicates major milestones and identifies potential project risks; conducts regular status meetings to review project activities; manages prioritization procedures

9-Sets and manages client expectations, managing and escalating issues and changes

10-Measures progress toward goals and revises project objectives; documents applying change control procedures;

11-Evaluates the impacts and risks of changes from multiple perspectives, assigns tasks that are necessary to reduce or eliminate those considerations, determines tentative implementation dates, and tracks results of the implementation;

12-Develops methods to measure customer satisfaction; obtains feedback at critical milestones and at project completion to ensure that project efforts meeting customer expectations for time, cost, and results

13-Anticipates and identifies tasks required to support change processing including performing change impact analysis, assigning tasks to project team members, verbally communicating complex issues, verifying that tasks are completed, and communicating implementation status

14-Takes responsibility for changes to applications software and systems environments to ensure that changes to the environment have been properly analyzed and adequately coordinated and do not adversely impact the company¿s ability to meet published customer service level agreements;

15-Contributes to implementation success and technical system stability by using change methodologies that assure the reliability of business and operations information management systems;

16-Anticipates and identifies tasks required to support stable change processing including performing change impact analysis, assigning tasks to project team members, verbally communicating complex issues, verifying that tasks are completed, validating production readiness, and communicating implementation status;

17-Creates and applies project control techniques that reduce risk from changing technological infrastructure, hardware, automations, systems software, or applications systems

18-Reporting and communications typically occur with team and key stakeholders

19-Planning of resources for tasks, allocation, estimation, & scheduling

20-Project cycle of typically 6 to 18 months


  1. Bachelors degree
  2. 5+ years project management experience managing multiple projects simultaneously.
  3. Demonstrated experience leading medium/large and/or moderately complex projects
  4. Ability to support multiple projects within tight project schedules
  5. Experience working with application developers, quality assurance analyst and engineers
  6. Solid documentation skills
  7. Proficient with MS Project, MS Office, Visio, PowerPoint, and Outlook
  8. Excellent verbal and written communications skills are required.
  9. IT Experience
  10. Strong leadership and planning skills
  11. Ability to work with limited supervision and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  12. Ability to work closely with a diverse group of individuals
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