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Software Extension to the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition- Exposure Draft

The Software Extension to the PMBOK® Guide is now open for public review by PMI. The Exposure Draft of this standard will be open on 10 December 2012 and available until 10 January 2013. I have read most of it so far and it has some interesting content specially the Project/Product Life Cycle. Soon I will be posting some more details. […]

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Memorize PMP Processes – The Easy Way

In this Article I will try to give some insight on how to memorize PMP processes, and how to relate them to the correspondent Process Group, and Knowledge Area. We will be using the famous Project Management Process Groups and Knowledge Areas Mapping table from PMBOK guide, which is shown below, to demonstrate how we […]

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How to Pass PMP® Exam – Part2

In the first part of this article we talked in general about the PMP exam and how to prepare yourself to pass it, in this part we will try to cover the most important processes and what formulas we need to memorize. In total there are 42 processes all of them are important, and you […]

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How to Pass PMP® Exam – Part1

Project Management Professional (PMP)® is one of the most recognized and respected certificate in the project management field. In order to apply for the exam you should fulfill all PMI’s requirements, details can be found here PMP Requirements. Facts about the PMP Exam: Multiple choice questions. 200 questions. Questions Distribution Domain Percentage of   Questions […]

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PMBOK ® Guide Fifth Edition Review

PMI just released the draft version of PMBOK® Guide 5th edition for review; and I had the chance to go through it. There are some changes in the new Guide, the biggest change is that they introduced 7 new processes, one new knowledge area “Project Stakeholder Management“, and removed 2 processes “Manage Stakeholder Expectations, Report […]

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