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iWorks Reflects on New Heights Reached in 2021

Compiled By: Jenna Harrity

For employees and executives at iWorks Corporation, 2021 was a year of both personal and professional growth. We earned certificates and diplomas, picked up new skills and hobbies, and our own President and CEO, Jothi Radhakrishnan, was elected to the PSC Board of Directors. 2021 also introduced a new era of cybersecurity risks, which inspired our community to share personal security practices and implement new measures throughout the company. Join us as we reflect on 2021 and revisit the most popular articles written by iWorks employees that showcased our biggest themes of the year.

Personal and Professional Growth

  1. Three Things I Learned Taking the PMP Exam

Curious about what it takes to pass the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam? Here are three things I* learned studying for – and passing – the PMP exam.

  1. New Year, Continued Opportunity for Growth

2020 brought changes and challenges to us at iWorks, including adjusting to a fully remote workspace. Yet, with change came opportunities for growth – and iWorks rose to the occasion.

  1. iWorks President and CEO Elected to PSC Board of Directors

iWorks Corporation is excited to announce that Jothi Radhakrishnan, President and CEO, has been elected to serve on the Professional Services Council (PSC) Board of Directors.

  1. So You Want to Be a Project Manager?

Chances are if you are reading this article, you have already done project management. The truth is that we apply project management skills every day, albeit unknowingly, whether it’s preparing a meal, completing a DIY project, or planning a vacation.

  1. Recent Hobbies of iWorks Employees

While many of the iWorks Media Room articles highlight our employees’ work expertise in topics ranging from project management to technical writing, today we’re featuring a different side: our employees’ hobbies.

Information Security

  1. Personal Security Practices Vol. 2

Keeping our data safe at home is just as important as keeping it safe at work. Here are some more tips on how to keep yourself and your information out of the hands of those who would take advantage of it.

  1. Why Information Security is Critical to an Organization

As more information is available to us online, it also becomes increasingly important to protect and secure it. There is a rising need for everyone to understand the importance of information security and to take proactive steps to address it.

Which article did you find most interesting or helpful? Let us know by tweeting us @iworkscorp!

*Please note, “I” refers to the author of “Three Things I learned Taking the PMP Exam”

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