Posts Tagged ‘ Pmp Exam ’

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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Certification Crazy?! Check the 'other Side of the Coin'

March 11, 2009
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Author: John Reiling I recently encountered a woman who was repatriating back to the US, having spent much of the past 15 years in Europe. She had extensive project management experience and had her own consulting company in Europe. She said that, as part of her ‘re-integration’ to the US market, she needed a...

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PMBOK – PMP Project Management

March 5, 2009
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Author: Cary Franklin Quality Management Facts The cost of quality is the money spent investing in training; in meeting requirements for safety and other laws and regulations; and in taking steps to ensure quality acceptance. The cost of nonconformance is the cost associated with rework, downtime, lost sales, and waste of materials. Some common...

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The Big Day – A Stress-Free PMP Project Management Professional Exam

February 18, 2009
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By Joan Williams It’s well recognized that the more stress you feel on your Project Management Professional Exam day, the more you risk failure. After all, you’ve paid good money and proven your expertise as a project manager by your experience. Don’t let nerves get the best of you on exam day! You deserve...

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Make a Project Plan to Study for the PMP Exam

January 16, 2009
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Passing the PMP exam is challenging, but several hundred thousand people have done it! What is the secret? One of the keys is to put into practice the discipline, practices, tools, and frameworks that are the subject of the exam! Make a plan based upon the many structures, terms and concepts that are part...

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