The PMBOK Guide is considered one of the most essential tools in the project management profession and is the de facto global standard for the industry. Project Management Professional (PMP) is an internationally recognised project management certification administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
The first edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge was published in 1996 followed by the second edition in 2000, third edition in 2004 and fourth edition in 2008. The fifth and current edition became available late December 2012. PMI is currently developing the sixth edition, which is expected in Q1 2017.
What's the difference between the PMP and PRINCE2 certifications? Which one should I choose? Which one's better for my career? This article will help you make a more educated decision.
The Project Management Body of Knowledge is a collection of processes and knowledge areas accepted as best practice for the project management profession.
Which one of the five process groups in the PMBOK Guide has the largest number of processes? Yes, you have probably answered correctly; it's the planning process group.
The PMI offers two levels of project management certification, Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and Project Management Professional (PMP).
Taking the PMP exam is one of the biggest steps you'll take in your career as a Project Manager. With careful planning you can pass with a minimum of stress.
This article discusses some keys for building an effective project plan to pass the PMP exam. Writing down the goal, which presumably is to pass the PMP exam, is a great first step.
There are many ways to satisfy the PMI requirement of 35 hours of project management training. Here is a survey of the ways PMP aspirants can satisfy that requirement.
One of the most common challenge questions I get when teaching PMP Exam Preparation courses is, 'why doesn't PMI make the test more real-world?'
Tips for gaining all the PDUs you need for PMP recertification in just a few months.
Project management is project management. Does it matter what approach you take to complete your projects, as long as you complete your projects.
The process of becoming a Project Management Professional (PMP) involves a number of steps and eligibility criteria in one of two categories.
A ten-fold increase in membership of the Project Management Institute is a significant indication of an increased interest in project management.
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