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How to be indispensable at work: Become a project manager

How to be indispensable at work: Become a project manager
From Mashable - March 19, 2018

Earning a black belt in Six Sigma project management wo not help you defend yourself with sweet jiu-jitsumoves, but it will certainly be useful when it comes to your career. Like most martial arts practices, Six Sigma uses a belt system to gauge your mastery of its project management methodologies and prove that you have amassed all the knowledge and training to propel a company forward.

Those with black and green belts are deemed indispensable and can demand a hefty take-home from their respective employers. How hefty, you ask? Certified black belters can make up to $99,000 a year (on average), while those with green belt training can make $83,000.

In the field of project management, Six Sigma is one of the most popular methodologies because it effectively eliminates defects in a workflow, resulting in increased efficiency. Want to know why companies like Amazon, Ford, and GE are wildly successful? It's because Six Sigma is embedded in their methodologies. If you wish to improve the process within which you work and become a well-compensated member of your company, the Six Sigma Green & Black Belt Certification Bundle is here to arm you with the knowledge and tools you need.

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