Posts Tagged ‘ Pmbok ’

Developing the Team

March 11, 2010
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Despite all the high technology tools, material and and other resources you have available, it is the human resources that makes all the difference to a project. Thus their skills and other competence they have and how well they fit are important considerations prior to their induction into the team. Having been inducted into...

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Being proactive

March 10, 2010
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A project management portfolio of responsibilities for the project manager includes just about everything about keeping the project on track. That needs very accurate planning of actions that are required over the life span of the project. Thereafter you need to continuously monitor the actual performance for any significant deviation from the baseline as...

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Being Ethical

March 8, 2010
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Being Ethical

A quick reference was made to ethics and for the project manager to be ethical when discussing the professional responsibility of integrity and professionalism. Ethics is a strong component of being a professional. A project manager is under tremendous pressures to meet is diverse responsibilities in a project. It will be easy to be...

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PMBOK® 4th Edition..Changes from PMBOK® 3rd Edition

March 19, 2009
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In a global, widespread and widely used project management standard like PMI’s PMBOK®, its only natural that all the impacted stakeholders would look towards it in anticipation. Therefore I just thought of documenting the changes, from PMBOK® 3rd edition and PMBOK® 4th edition.  Before getting into details: Lets remember that, PMI’s PMBOK® has been...

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Break Your PMP Studies Into Small Pieces

February 28, 2009
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Cornelius Fichtner Taking the PMP examination is one of the biggest steps you’ll take in your career as a Project Manager and one of the most daunting. There seems to be an endless parade of information to stuff into your brain but don’t be discouraged! By careful planning and structure, you can pass the...

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PMP Certification Study Help

February 26, 2009
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Jacquelyn Donner A good PMP simulation program should be the next step in studying for a candidate for the PMP examination. Next, consider studying more using a pmp exam simulation program to practice in the same environment as the actual test. The questions developed for the PMP simulation program are based on the official...

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A PMP Simulator Can Help you Assess Your Readiness for the PMP Certification

February 24, 2009
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Jacquelyn Donner A PMP simulator can help you assess your readiness for the project management professional examination. Candidates for the exam can now maximize their study efforts and time. The interface of an actual exam simulation that is similar to that of the actual test given by PMI is more dynamic than just using...

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PMP Practice for Project Management Professional Certification

February 23, 2009
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Jacquelyn Donner If you are considering taking the PMP exam for project management professional certification, consider using a pmp simulation program. By preparing in the exact environment that you will be exposed to on test day you are maximizing your study efforts. Candidates become accustomed to the official PMP exam through taking as many...

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An 8 Point Plan for Passing the PMP or CAPM Exam

February 15, 2009
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John Reiling Any good Project Manager knows the importance of having a good plan. So, if you are preparing for the PMP or CAPM exam, wouldn’t it be a great idea to build a plan? As in life, many procrastinate, can’t find the time, and myriad other excuses, and do not get where they...

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Distinguishing Portfolio Management, Program Management, and Project Management

February 3, 2009
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John Reiling There is often a misunderstanding, and hence a mixed and overlapping use of terms, when it comes to program management. Sometimes a program is called a project. Sometimes a project is called a program. In addition, sometimes project portfolio and program are mistakenly used interchangeably. This article is intended to clarify the...

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