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PMP Material NOT in the PMBOK® Guide

If you are studying for or plan to study for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam you have likely heard you need to read A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) at least three times. But, did you know that reading the PMBOK® Guide is not

The Three R’s You need for Your PMP Exam

As part of the process of preparing to take the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam you have most likely read about the use of a Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM), Roles and Responsibilities, and the Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS). Each of these tools & techniques are discussed within A Guide to

PMI and ISO

A commentary from Daniel Hendling about the ISO Standard “Guidance on project management” from a PMBOK 4 perspective. Introduction Now it is here, the ISO standard "Guidance on project management" in its final version. I took a closer look and put together the parts which seemed most relevant to me. As with any

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